Lynn Mad Plume

Lynn Mad Plume, M.P.H., is the diversity and equity coordinator for Indians into Medicine (INMED) at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS). In this position, Lynn assists in the development of the Student Diversity and Inclusion plan with Dr. Don Warne. In addition to these efforts, Lynn assists faculty in the development of the Indigenous Health curriculum. She is an enrolled member of the Blackfeet Tribe, graduating from Browning High School. Lynn graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Community Health with a minor in sociology from Montana State University in 2016. Before coming to UND, Lynn served as a Community Health Representative (CHR) in her home community of Browning, Mont. During her years as a CHR, Lynn completed her Master of Public Health (MPH) degree with an emphasis on American Indian Public Health at North Dakota State University. As a distance student, Lynn had the opportunity to serve her community as a CHR in several capacities, primarily as the supervisor of the Family Spirit Home-Visiting Program. She is currently working on her Master of Public Administration at UND and will begin working toward her Ph.D. in 2020. She is excited to join the INMED faculty and staff at UND and looks forward to working with a dynamic group.