Misko is an Affiliate Fellow for the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development.
Misko received her BA from the University of Michigan, and MEd from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and brings a commitment and passion for transformation through education. She worked as an Inclusion Specialist with the Multicultural Center at The Ohio State University, managing events and programs involving American Indian culture and heritage. Her work as the Community Liaison Coordinator for the Institute for Aboriginal Health (IAH) at the University of British Columbia focused on community outreach to promote the wellbeing of First Nations through access and representation in health disciplines. Her traditional name is Miskodagaaginkwe, and she is a member of the Fish Clan.