Brent Huggins

Publication Date: November 19, 2020

Program and Management Analyst, Division of Program Evaluation and Planning

Brent Huggins is a Program and Management Analyst in the Division of Program Evaluation and Planning. Brent’s work focuses on conducting impact visits, assisting with the Congressional Report, analyzing data, and evaluating grants. Prior to working at ANA, Brent was a Wilma Mankiller Fellow in Federal Policy and Government at the National Congress of American Indians working extensively on Tribal Healthcare, implementation of the Affordable Care Act in Indian Country, and youth issues. Brent’s previous work also includes quantitative data analysis and research.

Brent is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, and originally from Northeastern Oklahoma. He currently lives in Washington, D.C. Brent enjoys volunteering locally on the DC Center’s HIV Working Group, and serving as a member of the National Native Youth Council on HIV/AIDS. Brent is passionate about the intersections of sexual health and reproductive justice, dismantling settler colonialism, and Federal Indian Policy. Brent has worked on the intersection between health and youth issues locally, nationally, and internationally through the lens of an indigenous framework of activism and advocacy.