Advisors to this on-line exhibit include noted Native
American runners from the Southwest. They are: Manny
Pino (Acoma Pueblo) is the former Program Director for
America in Santa Fe. He currently teaches sociology and
is Director of the American Indian Program at Scottsdale
Community College in Arizona. Herman Agoyo is the
former Governor of San Juan Pueblo and organizer of the 1980
Pueblo Revolt Tricentennial Run and an accomplished runner.
Bruce Gomez (Taos Pueblo) participated in the 1980
Tricentennial event and ran the entire course from Taos, NM
to the Hopi Cultural Center in Arizona. He is a noted
photographer. His interest in running continues to be
strong. He is the organizer of the Taos Marathon. Tanya
Sheka is an elementary school teacher in Zuni, NM. She
has run the Boston Marathon and was the winner of the Route
66 Marathon in 1995.
Also pictured here are Kathy
Jones, curator of this exhibit and Assistant Director
for Information Services and Technology at the Peabody
Museum, Harvard University and Margie Kamine, project
advisor, Director of Wings of America in Santa Fe.