Contracts & Grants Specialist, Community Manager’s Office. Gila River Indian Community. 2015. (grant management) Grant Writer, Community Manager’s Office. Gila River Indian Community. 2014-2015. (federal grant proposal development) Cultural Resource Specialist, Tribal Historic Preservation Office. Gila River Indian Community. 2010-2014. (cultural & historic preservation, repatriation, Native American Graves Protection & Repatriation Act, National Museum of the American Indian Act, Arizona State Statutes 41-844, 41-865, Gila River Indian Community and Japanese American Internment Experience Oral History Project) Museum Aide, Huhugam Heritage Center. Gila River Indian Community. 2008-2010. (collections management, public programming, Gila River Indian Community and Japanese American Internment Experience Oral History Project)
Bachelor's in American Indian Studies. Arizona State University. 2004-2007.
Thompson, Se’mana. 2017. queer indigenous girl issue 4. Ashanti Marshall, Sharnya Tileiya, Herbert, Melanie Fey, Neuctli, T. James, Heather C. Lou, Shyama Kuver, Veronica Saucedo, Jorden, Nancy Cardenas, Kai Minosh Pyle, Celina La Flaca, Keysha Rivera, Jon Rios, and Se’mana Thompson.
Thompson, Se'mana. 2017. queer indigenous girl issue 5. Heather C. Lou, Anjulie Te Pohe, A.J. Hayes, Kathryn Johnston, Lenora, Sam Hill, Jae, Sharnya Tileiya, Brenda, Eman Khan, Veronica Saucedo, Thierry J. Benson.
Thompson, Se’mana and Maria Teresa Carmier. 2017. Decolonizing P@renting. Vic Aguirre, Esteli Juarez, Selena Velasco, Mona Azaad, Silver Shandiin, Maria Teresa Carmier, and Se’mana Thompson.
Swain, Molly. Review of queer indigenous girl #3, edited by Se’mana Thompson. Canadian Art, Summer 2017, p. 126.
Thompson, Se’mana. “(O’Otham) New Moon in Aries.” The Deaf Poets Society, 4 May 2017, deafpoetssociety.com.
Tiffany Lethabo-King, Jenell Navarro, and Andrea Smith (eds.). Otherwise Worlds: Against Settler Colonialism and Anti-Blackness. Duke University Press. Under Contract.
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