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Rena G. Martin

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Background Information

Employment History

Co-Owner

Dinétahd


Owner

Dinetahdoo Cultural Resources Management


Affiliations

Navajo Missions Inc

Board Member


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Rena Martin - co-owner, Dinétahd,, Cultural Resources Management


www.daily-times.com

Hazel Dayish, of Shiprock; Tina Deschenie, of Farmington; and Rena G. Martin, of Bloomfield, will receive the Outstanding New Mexico Women Award on May 2 at a ceremony in Albuquerque. Martin, an archaeologist and owner of Dinetahdoo Cultural Resources Management, also counts the study of native heritage among her assets. She conducts archaeological and ethnographic surveys for construction projects on the Navajo Nation or nearby federal land. "At the time of her nomination, Rena, like so many other mothers, is anxiously awaiting the return of her younger son from military service in Iraq," her biography said.She also was one of the first American Indian anthropologists and wrote her master's thesis on Navajo women as bearers of tradition.


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