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At left, Johnson Dennison, a ...
At left, Johnson Dennison, a new member of the DinÃ© College Board of Regents, is sworn into office by Laurence Gishey, the board’s president, during
At left, Johnson Dennison
, a new member of the DinÃ© College
Board of Regents, is sworn into office by Laurence Gishey, the board's president, during a board meeting Friday in Tsaile, Ariz. (Courtesy of DinÃ© College)
Greg Bigman was sworn in as the Northern Agency representative, and Johnson Dennison
was sworn in as the Central Agency
representative during a regular board meeting Friday in Tsaile, Ariz., according to a press release from the college.
Bigman, whose term will end October 2018, is replacing Fannie L. Atcitty, and Dennison
, whose term will end October 2019, is replacing Loretta Draper.
Dennison earned a bachelor's degree in education in 1973 and a master's degree in educational administration in 1978, both from UNM.
He was an adjunct faculty member in the college's Teacher Education Program from 1999 to 2014.
Legislation 0249-15An Action Relating To Health, Education and Human Services and Naa'bik'iyati'; Confirming the Appointment of Johnson Dennison to the Dine' College Board of Regents For a Term Ending in October 2019
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Johnson Dennison - holds a bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of New Mexico in educational administration.He has thirty years of experience in education, including ten years as a high school principal, four years as a dean of instruction at Dine College, and three years as director of Navajo educational philosophy.He is currently the coordinator for the Office of Native medicine at Chinle Comprehensive Health Care Facility in Chinle, AZ.He is a public speaker on topics such as Navajo culture, medicine, language, and education.Dennison is a Navajo medicine man practitioner specializing in the Navajo Wind Way, Protection Prayer, and Purification Ceremonies for over twenty years.He is also a Navajo storyteller, covering a vast array of cultural history and traditional teachings.
The Navajo Times Online - Window Rock, AZ
Graduation keynote speaker was Johnson Dennison of Diné College in Tsaile, Ariz.His message to the graduates was the importance of retaining Navajo culture and tradition.
"It is up to you, only you can do it, nobody is going to do it for you.Your initiative and hard work will get you to where you want to go," Johnson
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Johnson Dennison is a retired Coordinator of the Office of Native Medicine at a Chinle Comprehensive Health Care Facility and has practiced as a Traditional Medicine Man for 37 years.
As a cultural specialist, he has been a motivational speaker at various conferences and meetings on such topics as Navajo Culture, Navajo History, Native Medicine, Navajo Language, and Native American Education.
is also a Native Storyteller.