NDN Collective Campaigners & Organizers

NDN Collective is the most ambitious, systemic effort to empower Indigenous communities in the history of philanthropy.

Digital Organizer Angelica (Angie) Solloa Maya and Hopi

Angelica (Angie) Solloa (She/Her), Digital Organizer is Maya and Hopi. She has 7 years of experience working with national and regional non-profit organizations with a primary focus on racial equity, education equity, youth homelessness, economic equity, and poverty alleviation. Angie has utilized her creative skills to mobilize support for hunger awareness campaigns with Ayesha Curry/No Kid Hungry, an $8M housing project with Life Learning Academy, and flipped states during critical elections.


Angie received recognition as an emerging leader within the Bay Area via the Kaiser Permanente, Coro, and Warrior Foundation Generation Thrive Fellowship. She holds a Bachelors Communications & Marketing degree from San Francisco State University.

Recent posts

Stories Why We March Toward Justice: 11 Police Killings in 2 Years in Rapid City, Majority Indigenous Victims
"In South Dakota, from 2001-2023 there have been 79 police-involved shootings statewide, 0 convictions of police officers, additionally, 75% of the fatal shooting victims were Indigenous people." 
Stories NDN Action Network to March Toward Justice for So-Called Independence Day
"We cannot fight racism alone, as Indigenous People, and as the ones who are experiencing it, we need everyone to be a part of the solution. That is why we broadened the campaign and called it Rapid City vs. Racism because it is going to take all of us. It is going to take the whole community to end racism and discrimination."