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HISTORIAN

LECTURER

CONSULTANT

 
 

 

*Photo courtsey of Jay Clark/East Carolina University

 
Photo by: Nicola Majocchi

Photo by: Nicola Majocchi

 

Zonnie Gorman is a recognized historian on the Navajo Code Talkers of World War II

 

She is the daughter of Carl Gorman, one of the original Code Talkers, and sister to renowned Navajo artist, RC Gorman.  

Zonnie has lectured extensively throughout the United States and Canada at universities, colleges, museums and other institutions, including the Museum of the American Indian and N.A.S.A. Headquarters in Washington, D.C.

 

What People are Saying

Ms. Gorman kept the audience of 150 lawyers and judges from across the nation captivated and hanging on her every word.
— Joe Conte, Executive Director, State Bar of New Mexico
I received an overwhelming amount of positive feedback from the audience,... one of the larger crowds we’ve had show for our Colloquia Series lectures.
— Michael Adler, Executive Director, SMU-in-Taos
Ms. Gorman’s stage presence and method of delivery kept the audience spell bound and totally interested in every word she spoke.
— Thomas J. Kellenborn, Dir. of Community School, Apache Junction, AZ
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