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Rebecca Graves

Duluth, MN

National Leaders of Color Fellowship


Headshot of a smiling person of light skin tone, with brown hair in a bun on top of their head, wearing earrings with plants on them, and a white wool scarf over a black top.
Photo Credit: Rebecca Graves


Fifty-three fellows from communities across the U.S. were selected to participate in the 2022-2023 National Leaders of Color Fellowship cohort to build on the legacy of creating an intersectional, intergenerational, and multiracial movement on behalf of cultural equity across the field. During this no-cost eight-month fellowship, fellows receive access to specialists in the field, strategic learning objectives to deepen thought on anti-racist and culturally-oriented leadership practices, and national-level network and cohort building.

Becca Graves (she/her) is a Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe tribal citizen. Becca is currently the Executive Director of the Arrowhead Regional Arts Council. Becca has previous experience as the Executive Director for the Boys & Girls Club of the Leech Lake Area. Becca has also served on the Leech Lake Tribal College Board of Trustees.

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