Not many people have the privilege of saying they’ve given back to their community in a special way, but Bettina Sandoval of Taos Pueblo has done just that.

Back in May, she received an award at the National Indian and Native American Employment Training Conference for the work she’s put into making Taos Pueblo’s education programs stand out as the director of the tribe's education and training division.

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