Meet the Team
Indigenious Village Lead
Yá’áhtééh, my name is Amanda Singer, and my clans are Náneesht’ézhi Táchínííi (The Charcoal-Streaked Division of the Red Running into the Water Clan) born for Honághááníí (One-Walks-Around-clan). I am a Navajo woman originally from Coalmine, NM and currently living in Fort Defiance, Arizona. I have been married to my husband, Davin Singer for 21 years and we have 4 beautiful children: Bradley, Roger, Micah, and Nizhoni. I support Navajo families as a Certified Lactation Counselor, Indigenous Breastfeeding Counselor and Lactation advocate for the past 16 years and as a Navajo doula/birth keeper for the past 3 years. I currently serve in the capacity as the Executive Director for the Navajo Breastfeeding Coalition/Dine Doula Collective. My support services are virtual Navajo Nation wide, and my in-person support is in Window Rock, Arizona, and surrounding communities.