Naya Marie Anllo-Valdo (Acoma Pueblo) is a budding farmer, artist, and activist who grew up in O’ga P’ogeh, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Naya received her bachelor’s degree from New York University, where as a student she spent one year in Madrid, Spain, with an organization offering support to people with alcohol-use disorders. She is currently pursuing her MA degree from the Native American Studies program at the University of New Mexico. She focuses her studies on traditional Pueblo farming practices, Rematriation, and food sovereignty as a resistance and healing praxis. She is also a member of Three Sisters Collective, where she is the farm manager of Full Circle Farm.