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Casey Camp-Horinek

Environmental Network Representative

Indigenous Environmental Network

HQ Phone:  (218) 751-4967

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Indigenous Environmental Network

P.O. Box 485

Bemidji, Minnesota, 56619

United States

Company Description

The Indigenous Environmental Network is a member of the Health Care Without Harm Campaign which is an international coalition of more than 260 organizations working to transform the health care industry so it is no longer a source of environmental harm. HCWH w...more

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Who We Are | WECAN

Casey Camp-Horinek
CASEY CAMP-HORINEK Special Projects Advisor Advisory Council Member Councilwoman Casey Camp-Horinek of the Ponca Nation is a community leader, long-time Native rights activist, environmentalist and actress. As traditional Drumkeeper for the Ponca Pa-tha-ta, Woman's Scalp Dance Society, Camp-Horinek helps maintain the cultural identity of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma for herself, her family and her community. She has been at the forefront of grassroots community efforts to educate and empower both Native and non-Native community members on environmental and civil rights issues. In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN's global platform regarding the environment and Native rights. Since then, she has raised her voice and taken action in countless forums across the world. Casey serves as WECAN's Special Programs Advisor, and is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative. Casey Camp-Horinek CASEY CAMP-HORINEK Casey Camp-Horinek, PONCA USA CASEY CAMP-HORINEK, PONCA USA


IWECI Steering Committee and Advisory Council | WECAN

Casey Camp-Horinek, PONCA USA
CASEY CAMP-HORINEK, PONCA USA Casey Camp-Horinek (Ponca) is a long-time Native rights activist, environmentalist, and actress. As traditional Drumkeeper for the Ponca Pa-tha-ta, Woman's Scalp Dance Society, Camp-Horinek helps maintain the cultural identity of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma for herself, her family, and her community. She has been at the forefront of grassroots community efforts to educate and empower both Native and non-Native community members on environmental and civil rights issues. In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network(IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN's global platform regarding the environment and Native rights. She plays the role of Irene in Barking Water (d. Sterlin Harjo), which in 2009 premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was selected for New Directors/New Films festival in New York. Her love for acting began in the early 1980's when she was worked with the American Indian Theatre Company of Tulsa, whose members have gone on to achieve great success in Hollywood and beyond. Camp-Horinek has served as a mentor and advisor for aspiring Native American filmmakers, actors, and actresses in many venues, including the Sundance Film Institute and local summer programs. Casey Camp-Horinek, PONCA USA CASEY CAMP-HORINEK, PONCA USA


Who We Are | WECAN

Casey Camp-Horinek
CASEY CAMP-HORINEK Special Projects Advisor Casey Camp-Horinek of the Ponca Nation is a long-time Native rights activist, environmentalist and actress. As traditional Drumkeeper for the Ponca Pa-tha-ta, Woman's Scalp Dance Society, Camp-Horinek helps maintain the cultural identity of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma for herself, her family and her community. She has been at the forefront of grassroots community efforts to educate and empower both Native and non-Native community members on environmental and civil rights issues. In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN's global platform regarding the environment and Native rights. Casey serves as WECAN's Special Programs Advisor, and is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative. Casey Camp-Horinek CASEY CAMP-HORINEK Casey Camp-Horinek of the Ponca Nation is a long-time Native rights activist, environmentalist and actress. As traditional Drumkeeper for the Ponca Pa-tha-ta, Woman's Scalp Dance Society, Camp-Horinek helps maintain the cultural identity of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma for herself, her family and her community. She has been at the forefront of grassroots community efforts to educate and empower both Native and non-Native community members on environmental and civil rights issues. In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN's global platform regarding the environment and Native rights. Casey serves as WECAN's Special Programs Advisor, and is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative. Casey Camp-Horinek, PONCA USA CASEY CAMP-HORINEK, PONCA USA In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN's global platform regarding the environment and Native rights. Casey is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative.


Who We Are | WECAN

Casey Camp-Horinek
CASEY CAMP-HORINEK Special Projects Advisor Casey Camp-Horinek of the Ponca Nation is a long-time Native rights activist, environmentalist and actress. As traditional Drumkeeper for the Ponca Pa-tha-ta, Woman's Scalp Dance Society, Camp-Horinek helps maintain the cultural identity of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma for herself, her family and her community. She has been at the forefront of grassroots community efforts to educate and empower both Native and non-Native community members on environmental and civil rights issues. In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN's global platform regarding the environment and Native rights. Casey serves as WECAN's Special Programs Advisor, and is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative. Casey Camp-Horinek CASEY CAMP-HORINEK Casey Camp-Horinek of the Ponca Nation is a long-time Native rights activist, environmentalist and actress. As traditional Drumkeeper for the Ponca Pa-tha-ta, Woman's Scalp Dance Society, Camp-Horinek helps maintain the cultural identity of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma for herself, her family and her community. She has been at the forefront of grassroots community efforts to educate and empower both Native and non-Native community members on environmental and civil rights issues. In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN's global platform regarding the environment and Native rights. Casey serves as WECAN's Special Programs Advisor, and is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative. Casey Camp-Horinek, PONCA USA CASEY CAMP-HORINEK, PONCA USA In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN's global platform regarding the environment and Native rights. Casey is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative.


IWECI Steering Committee and Advisory Council | WECAN

Casey Camp-Horinek, PONCA USA
CASEY CAMP-HORINEK, PONCA USA Casey Camp-Horinek (Ponca) is a long-time Native rights activist, environmentalist, and actress. As traditional Drumkeeper for the Ponca Pa-tha-ta, Woman's Scalp Dance Society, Camp-Horinek helps maintain the cultural identity of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma for herself, her family, and her community. She has been at the forefront of grassroots community efforts to educate and empower both Native and non-Native community members on environmental and civil rights issues. In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network(IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN's global platform regarding the environment and Native rights. She plays the role of Irene in Barking Water (d. Sterlin Harjo), which in 2009 premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was selected for New Directors/New Films festival in New York. Her love for acting began in the early 1980's when she was worked with the American Indian Theatre Company of Tulsa, whose members have gone on to achieve great success in Hollywood and beyond. Camp-Horinek has served as a mentor and advisor for aspiring Native American filmmakers, actors, and actresses in many venues, including the Sundance Film Institute and local summer programs. Casey Camp-Horinek, PONCA USA CASEY CAMP-HORINEK, PONCA USA In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN's global platform regarding the environment and Native rights. Casey is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative.


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