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I, Raymond James Naylor-Hunter am an Owens Valley Paiute-Shoshone Indian. I am 47 years young, I weigh 170 lbs. and I am 6'0" tall. I am one of 7 children, was born in Lone Pine, CA. I am a fully enrolled member of the Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone Tribe. I currently reside in Independence, CA with my two children Waucoba, son age 8, and my daughter Tsiava age 5. After graduating high school in Lone Pine in 1987 I went on to preparatory school at the distinguished Northfield Mount Hermon School in Gill, MA. I hold an Associates of Arts degree in Psychology from Mt. San Antonio College, a Bachelor of Arts degree with Cum Laude distinction from the University of California, Riverside majoring in Native American Studies and minoring in Political Science. In 2010 I graduated with a Master of Arts degree in American Indian Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles. I also hold a Substance Abuse Counseling Certificate from DQ American Indian University in Davis, CA. This past summer I was appointed Regent to the California Tribal College; and This past May, I received a certificate from the Regenerative Design Institute in Permaculture Design Conceptual and Practical Studies. And most recently I travelled and participated in Sundance at the Arvol Lookinghorse compound at Green Grass, SD. I am also a sacred pipe holder, sweat leader, and Green Party member. This past week upon returning home I realized that I am starting my own business, that I am self-employed as a sub-contractor, am an administrative and political consultant, and becoming a farmer...and I love it; and looking for the right person that makes me laugh and keeps it light.

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