Kamewanukiw Paula Rabideaux

Kamewanukiw Paula Rabideaux works as the Culturally Responsive Practices technical assistance coordinator for the Wisconsin Response to Intervention (RTI) Center. As the coordinator, Rabideaux develops and provides training and supports to districts and schools to assist them in developing Culturally Responsive Multi-level Systems of Support. For 25 years, Rabideaux has worked in education as a teacher and in supporting educators in learning culturally responsive practices for Native American populations. She has worked at the local, state, and national level as a presenter and consultant on Native American culture, education, and curriculum development. Rabideaux is a member of the Menominee Nation turtle clan, and her Menominee name, Kamewanukiw, translates to “Rain Woman.”