Hello, my name is Crystal Jensen. I have coordinated and taught technology in rural and urban, public K-12 schools for the past 12+ years. My focus Native American and other Indigenous communities, especially in rural areas, in need capacity building for the greater good. My current doctoral research highlights the core issues in the information and communication technology (ICTs) gap experienced by Native Americans, especially in the areas of connectivity and social entrepreneurship. I currently serve as the Founder and President of Integrity Technologies, president of the Pepperdine student chapter of the Association of Computing Machinery, Founder of the Community Empowerment Resource Center (CERCle). Most recently, I was honored as a 2011-2012 Phi Delta Kappa (PDK) Emerging Leader, The Udall Center & Native Nations Institute Scholar, and 2011-2012 American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) Fellow.