- Behavioral Health
- Community Health
- Dental Care
- Medical Care
- Providers and Leadership
Jenna Losik-Bowman (Tulalip/Yakama) is a Tulalip Tribal Member and was raised on the Tulalip Indian Reservation. She has attained dual Masters in Public Safety & Criminal Justice/Native Law. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Philosophy – Indigenous Studies with a goal of improving the overall health of the Tulalip Community. Mrs. Bowman is a member of the National Autism Society, the Lupus Foundation, National PWS Association, and Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. She is also a RHEC Council Member, a HRAC Council Representative, a member of the Tulalip Tribal Bar and a Certified Guardian Ad Litem. Recognized as a Graduate with Highest Honors, she was the Commencement Ceremony Speaker for Northwest Indian College.
She is a Certified Mediator and a Certified Trainer for Disability Advocates. She is also passionate about fishing, native beadwork, and native artwork she strives to ensure that her children are taught the traditions that her grandmother and mother taught her. Jenna is a wife, a mother, grandmother, and an advocate of special needs.
Certified Trainer for Disability Advocates
Dual Masters in Public Safety and Criminal Justice/Native Law