“The staff are phenomenal, and the topics and content are spot on with issues impacting Indigenous health. It’s very exciting to be part of an effort where the passion, creativity and commitment to Indigenous health and well-being is front and center.”
Michelle Archuleta, MS, MA, is an enrolled member of the Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone Tribe with ancestry to the Ohkay Owingeh. She is currently the Indian Health Service National Community Health Representative (CHR) Consultant and Community Health Team Lead. Michelle has an extensive background in health promotion, and community-based programming at the local, state, regional and national levels. Her professional interests include health coaching, Indigenous storywork, and advocacy for the advancement of the field of community health and CHRs critical to the front-line of health and healthcare.
CHR ECHO Program
Michelle Archuleta is a program director with the Community Health Representative ECHO Program which is designed for non-clinical staff in key behavioral or community health positions. Over the course of four sessions, this program offers critical updates on HIV, HCV, SUD, and 2SLGBTQ health services.