Olivia Muskett, traditionally, is a Navajo Woman born to the Ute clan and born to the Weavers-Zia clan. Her maternal clan is the Towering House people and her paternal clan is the Red-Running into the Water clan. She has spent over twenty-three years working in the healthcare field, fifteen of these years within the clinical setting of a post-partum unit, a nursing home, and Alcohol treatment center, and six additional years focused in Community Health work, working as Navajo Nation Community Health Representative (CHR) and as a Community Health Environmental Research Specialist (CHERS). She currently works as the Community Outreach Manager for the Community Outreach & Patient Empowerment (COPE) Program, a non-profit organization based in Gallup, NM. She loves working closely with the community and feels very blessed that she still has the opportunity to collaborate closely with the Community Health Representatives to improve the well-being of community members on the Navajo Nation.