About Rising Above Opioid Addiction: An Indigenous Woman’s Story of Childhood Trauma, Faith & Healing by Siera Taketchera Russell
In honor of Indigenous People’s Day (October 11), don’t miss this riveting memoir. It recounts the author’s journey from an impoverished reservation all the way to Harvard and U.C. Berkeley Law School. Along the way, the demons from her violent, dysfunctional childhood continue to haunt her steps until she discovers the faith to overcome.
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Siera is the founder of Indigenous Mentors, a Native American-owned business designed to build and equip an international network of high-impact mentors serving Indigenous communities.
Her passion is coaching, mentoring, and launching Indigenous women in their God-given destiny to impact the next generation.
Siera’s career spans over thirty years of working with Indigenous communities largely in the southwest. She’s served as a Native American culture and gaming consultant, educator, law professor, legislator, businesswoman, and tribal appellate judge.
She graduated from Harvard University and U.C. Berkeley Law School.