Sheree L. Hukill

Ms. Sheree L. Hukill MS JD

Founding Partner of both PSLA and ICI, is a professional attorney and educator whose experience spans over 27 years and includes work in the fields of business, education and law. Ms. Hukill served as Executive Director, Supervising Attorney,and co-founder of a state-wide, tribal domestic violence/sexual assault coalition; grant-writer for numerous Indian tribes and service organizations (non-profits); founding partner of Legal Advocates for Indian Country, LLP; court appointed counsel for women and children in juvenile deprived actions; public defender and prosecutor for several Indian tribes; national speaker on domestic violence/sexual assault/stalking training issues and a contract peer review consultant for the federal Office on Violence Against Women. Additionally, Ms. Hukill has served as Executive Director for five federally-funded educational grants hosted by an Oklahoma regional university and as business and information processing instructor for vocational-technical schools, junior colleges, and public high schools.

Ms. Hukill’s diverse background includes extensive direct legal representation for victims, service as a mediator for State Superintendent of Public Instruction dispute mediation committees, grant writing, fund development for and formation of not-for-profits, budget formulation and administration, contract management, program development and management.

Ms. Hukill is a member of the Oklahoma, Osage Nation, Osage County, and Cherokee Nation Bar associations and a member of the Northern and Western Oklahoma Federal District Courts. Ms. Hukill’s article, “Violence in Native America: A Historical Perspective,” was published in the Journal for Transcultural Nursing. Ms. Hukill was recently selected as a member of the 2013-2014 Leadership Academy for the Oklahoma Bar Association.

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