This October, our LWV Connects series will introduce LWV members and the public to the history and culture of the Edisto Natchez-Kusso Tribe of South Carolina. Tribal council member Sabrina Grey Wolf Creel will explain the tribe’s history and current realities. She will also discuss the tribe’s efforts to gain federal recognition, and the benefits that federal status will bring to the community.
This event is free and open to the public, but you must register here to receive the ZOOM link.
Sabrina “Grey Wolf” Creel has served on the Tribal Council of the Edisto-Kusso Tribe of South Carolina for three years. She also provides administrative support on a volunteer basis, and offers weekly tribal dance classes as a part of the Tribe’s efforts to keep its traditions. Ms. Creel has ten years of experience as an instructor of dance and the making of traditional regalia, and she is studying the Natchez language. Ms. Creel is also a Certified Medical Office Specialist working at Walterboro Adult & Pediatric Medicine, LLC, having earned her certification from Trident Technical College in 2016. She returned to school after many years as a Parts Manager at Auto Parts Stores, and originally earned her GED in 2001 through the Job Training Partnership Act via the SC Indian Development Organization. Ms. Creel is also an active member of Little Rock Holiness Church, offering her time and many talents to her community for the glory of God.