Isabella Madrigal, (‘20) and Sophia Madrigal, (‘22) named winners of the Dragon Kim Foundation Challenge for their project, Native Storytelling, from which Isabella’s play, Menil and Her Heart was derived. The $5,000 award will foster continued development and performances of the play, which brings to light the contemporary issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Isabella was featured on the Today Show as a National Gold Award Girl Scout before appearing at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City for the 2019 International Day of the Girl Summit. She spoke out against violence against Indigenous women and girls, shared Native Storytelling’s part in this advocacy (including her play, Menil and her Heart) and called global leaders to action. Watch here.