Misha Loeffler is the Cancer Equity Coordinator for the American Indian Cancer Foundation. At the heart of what she and so many people in our communities believe is that we are all related, and our health is tied to one another. With this in mind, Misha joined AICAF to address cancer burdens affecting our Indigenous relatives. This role gives Misha the honor of working with cancer survivors, caregivers, and many community members on initiatives across the cancer continuum, including prevention, screening, early detection, survivorship, and health equity. Misha feels grateful to work alongside survivors, coworkers, and other relatives who are committed to protecting the health of our community members and generations from systemic problems that impact our healthcare access and overall quality of life. Misha dedicates her work at AICAF to her grandmother, who was a colorectal cancer survivor, and all of our relatives who are affected by cancer.