Ya’at’eeh Shi’ei’ LaDawn Kay Medicine Bull yinishye. Tachii’nii ‘ei nishli Northern Cheyenne ‘ei bashishchiin Ta;neeszahnii ‘ei dashicheii Northern Cheyenne ‘ei dashinali Akot’eego Dine ‘asdzaan nishli.
LaDawn Kay Medicine Bull, (So’aahe’va’e, Thin Hair Woman) is a Home Visitor/Supervisor utilizing the Family Spirit curriculum tailored from John Hopkins Center for American Indian Health at the Boys and Girls Club of the Northern Cheyenne Nation, where Kay educates young families, expecting mothers and children ages zero to three years old. This program promotes healthy development and positive lifestyles for themselves and their children. Kay also is a part of the Best Beginnings Early Childhood Community Coalition. Kay has successfully maintained the Best Beginning Early Childhood Community Coalition for five years, working with 22 tribal programs and community partners. The BB Early Childhood Coalition has hosted many events such as, Drug Endangered Children, Adverse Childhood Experiences training and hosted a Human Trafficking presented by the Tumbleweed non-profit organization. Kay also serves as the Board Chair for the Charging Horse Casino Commission. Kay loves supporting her two boys in dancing in the pow wow circuit as well as their competitive middle and high school athletic sports. She enjoys hiking, beading, cooking and baking. And loves to float the Clark Fork River with her two older daughters, where they attend the University of Montana in Missoula, and enjoys spending time with her granddaughter, Hoyaanii. Kay has a Bachelor's Degree in Community Health from Montana State University-Bozeman.