Red Haircrow is an award-winning writer, educator, psychologist and filmmaker who is Native (Chiricahua Apache/Cherokee) and African American, whose first career was in law enforcement. They hold a Master’s in Native American Studies and a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology.
Their research focuses include Native/Indigenous and BIPOC inter-generational historic trauma, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, GLBTIIQ needs and suicide prevention. Current projects include a RPG educational adventure video game, continuing research on stigma and prejudice relating to psychological disorders and conditions such as ASD, and the short documentary, ALMOST.
Member of Native Indigenous Studies Association (NAIS), American Psychological Association (APA), WHO Global Clinical Practice Network, Apache N’De Nation International Envoy Germany, 2017-2019 Secretary for the Native Research Network (NRN), 2019-2020 Society of American Indian/Alaskan Native Psychologists (SIP) Mentorship Committee Liaison, Red remains active in Native American and other intercultural education on culture, history, and current events on both sides of the Atlantic. Currently based in Berlin, Germany, through their multimedia consultation company, Flying With Red Haircrow Productions, Red explores and pursues opportunities for collaboration in education, film, art, music and more.