Randy’L Hedow (meadowlark) Teton is a citizen of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall Indian Reservation in Idaho. She currently serves as the Tribes Public Affairs Manager overseeing communication and legislative matters.
Teton graduated from Institute of American Indian Arts with an Associates of Fine Arts in Museum studies, attended Fort Lewis College on a scholarship, then transferred and graduated from University of New Mexico (Albuquerque, NM) with a BAFA in Art History and minor in Native American Studies.
Teton interned at several well known museums including National Museum of American Indian in Washington DC and New York City location, the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, the Peebles Island Resource Center of the New York City Parks and Historical Sites and the Money Museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
While attending college, Randy’L served as a model for the Native American Dollar coin known as the Sacajawea Dollar. Teton toured the country to promote the new coin and served as a motivational and historical speaker of Sacajawea and the Lewis & Clark Expedition.
In Randy’Ls free time she enjoys the outdoors with her three children, collecting coins and visiting museums.