Crystal M. Trulove Career Portfolio          (503) 000-0000

As a member of the Cherokee Nation with decades of federal employment, I hope to bring my personal experience and training into a position building collaboration between Tribal Governments and US Government.

personal profile

Click here to learn more about my passion to work with Native people. My volunteer work has been with the Portland Mt. Hood Cherokees, Great Spirit United Methodist Church, and a $25,000 fundraising effort during 2020 to assist Yakama and Warm Springs citizens.

Professional experience

Click here for my resume spanning three career paths across eight U.S. states and Japan. Each career allowed me to expand my reach as Program Manager for multiple projects outside of my required duties, and my successes are shown in the list of awards.

academic work

Click here for my Master’s Thesis for Cultural Anthropology titled: Social Order on a Commuter Rail Train: How trust develops among strangers, or my examination of the multiple claims to archaeological remains of Kennewick Man/Ancient One. You will also see that I have a lifelong love of learning.

about this page

This is an assignment for ANTH345-001 Practicing Anthropology, at Portland State University.

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