"Yá’át’ééh. Shi’eiya Yadira Caballero yinishyé. Lók’aa’ dine’é nishłį dóó Naakaii báshíshchiin. Tábąąhá dashícheii dóó Naakaii dashínalí. Bidáá’ Ha’azt’i’ déé’ naashá. Tucsondi kééhasht’į. Ákót’éego dine asdzáán nishłį." Yadira is a citizen of the Navajo Nation, and she grew up at the Grand Canyon and Yaaitiin on the Navajo Nation.
Yadira joined the Confluencenter team as a Program Coordinator Senior in September 2018 where she manages office personnel, coordinates programs and activities, manages budgets and expenses, and oversees daily operations. She previously worked as a Program Coordinator for the Office of Academic Affairs’ Faculty Center, and as a Research Program Coordinator for the Udall Center’s Native Nations Institute. Yadira has a B.S. in Agribusiness Economics & Management from the University of Arizona and M.J. in Jurisprudence in Indian Law from the University of Tulsa.