Mabelle Hueston grew up on a Navajo reservation in Utah. Her many contributions to Dartmouth, as a student and an alumna, have made a discernible difference to the campus community.
As co-president of the Interracial Concerns Committee, Hueston increased communication between the different racial and ethnic groups on campus and worked on numerous initiatives to promote cross-cultural understanding.
IMPACT ON DARTMOUTH
Hueston's support of diversity, service, and community at Dartmouth has continued to be impactful long after graduation—in her work as a member of the Alumni Council, the Tucker Foundation's Board of Visitors, the board of the Native American Alumni Association, and as chair of the Native American Visiting Committee, in addition to her award-winning work with the Dartmouth Club of Orange County.
Last Updated: 5/9/13