317 Everett L. Marshall Building
Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197
Shiloh is an Anishinaabe educator, community organizer, and food system consultant. She earned her BSW degree from Eastern Michigan University. She earned her MSW from University of Michigan, where she specialized in community organizing.
Following her formal education, Shiloh worked in Detroit’s Indigenous community developing culturally-based programming addressing health disparities and organizing around issues of food justice.
In addition to teaching, Shiloh currently works with regional and national organizations to build a more healthy, equitable, and sustainable food systems. Most of her work focuses on organizing for racial equity in the food system, addressing economic and health disparities through culturally-relevant programming, and building community capacity for food sovereignty. Shiloh also offers community workshops on racial equity and food justice.
Presentations and Papers
Community Leadership & Services
Practice with Indigenous communities, culturally-based program development, racial equity, food justice and sovereignty movements, critical food studies, Self-Determination Theory