Sutton, Nāēqtaw-Pianakiw (comes first woman), is program manager at the Indigenous Medicine Conservation Fund. She is the first official trustee for the philanthropic fund, the Journey Reciprocity Trust. She is also the co-founder, president and co-director of the Urban Indigenous Collective.  Afro-Indigenous of the Menominee and Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, she holds a BA in Psychology with a minor in sociology from the College of Mount Saint Vincent and a Master in Public Health with a concentration in Global Health from NYU School of Global Public Health. In 2022, Business Insider recognized her as one of the 16 most influential women shaping Psychedelics.