Operations and Policy Analyst
Oregon Department of Education
Grade levels: All Grade Levels, Professional Development
Content areas: All Content Areas
Topics of interest: Tribal History/Shared History
Trinity Minahan is a citizen of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians. She is an Operations and Policy Analyst for the Oregon Department of Education Office of Indian Education. Previously, she was an Oregon Indian Education Resource Review Team member and primary author of the Senate Bill 739 final report, Salem-Keizer School District Title VI Indian Education Program GLAD curriculum team member, and Curriculum Specialist for the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Education Division, in which she assisted with the development of the initial Grand Ronde Tribal History Fourth Grade curriculum. She has over twelve years of counseling, teaching, and advising experience with K-12 and college level students and holds a Master of Arts in teaching degree from George Fox University along with a current TSPC Oregon teaching license.