Delphina Thomas is Diné from Indian Wells, Arizona. She graduated with her Bachelor's Degree in American Civilization with a focus on Native American Studies. While at Brown, she was an active member of Native Americans at Brown (NAB) and in her senior year she led NAB meetings and planned group activities as well as the year-long Native American Heritage Series and Spring Thaw Powwow. She is currently a Financial Aid Counselor at Arizona State University for the Starbucks College Achievement Program promoting the mission and vision that education should be accessible to everyone. She is also working on her Masters of Science in Indigenous Rights and Social Justice. She is a mentor in the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program where she met her mentee from the Future Inspired Native American Leaders student organization. Delphina also volunteers outside of work through scholarship presentations and workshops and offering assistance to high school students and parents in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Currently, she is coordinating with her high school located in a town near the reservation with a high population of Native American students to impart her financial aid expertise and encourage more students to apply for college. Delphina believes that by being a resource she is providing the support Native American youth need to motivate them to pursue higher education.