Christopher Horsethief is an educator and organizational theorist specializing in complex systems and social processes, collective intelligence problem-solving systems, and post-traumatic community resilience. For 25 years Christopher has been facilitating field analysis of the relationship between culture and communication, documenting the
dynamics that pose challenges to Indigenous leaders and organizational resilience that drives language revitalization. His research interest include social network architectures, cultural entropy, and their role in post-crisis cultural network fragmentation and alignment processes.
Christopher’s instructional experience includes time with Union Institute & University’s doctoral program, Gonzaga University’s MBA-American Indian Entrepreneurship Program, and the Indigenous Scholar in Residence position at College of the Rockies.