Taija Ka.choow Revels is an enrolled member of the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indians of Alaska. Her hometown is Juneau, AK and her ancestral roots are from Hoonah, AK. Taija belongs to the Kaagwaataan Tlingit clan. She has worked in tribal health since entering her undergraduate program in 2007. Since then she has worked in the fields of sexual health, domestic violence and suicide prevention, with a special focus on Native youth and LGBT youth. She received her Bachelors of Science in Women’s Studies and Pre-Medical studies from Portland State University in 2011. In 2012 she joined the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium HIV/STD Program Services as a Research Associate, where she works on research projects on cultural and technological adaptations of evidence-based interventions for the Alaska Native and American Indian populations in Alaska and across the US; and is the editor of iknowmine.org, a comprehensive Alaskan youth wellness website. In her community, Taija is active in cultural activities and learning her Indigenous language. She also serves on the National Native AIDS Prevention Center Community Advisory Committee and the State of Alaska HIV Planning Group. She is looking forward to continuing in the field of youth sexual health, lightening fast advances in social media and health, and increasing her skills as a researcher. Taija hopes that the opporuntities and information shared at USCA 2014 will assist her in better serving the Alaska Native peoples.