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Tribal Leader Roundtable: Spotlight on Oklahoma

This month, we spoke with four tribal leaders in Oklahoma about the greatest risks, challenges and rewards in 2022; how strong leadership...
Bill Anoatubby

Bill Anoatubby, Governor, Chickasaw Nation

The Chickasaw Nation places a high priority on maintaining law and order while ensuring the safety, security, and individual rights of our citizens.
Gary Batton

Gary Batton, Chief, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

The greatest reward is seeing our tribal members enjoy all the benefits we can provide, especially in education, public safety, economic development and fostering of our culture.

David Hill, Principal Chief, Muscogee Nation

This administration, want to set a precedent for all leadership that begins with our example. Are we doing our part every day to keep our citizens as the highest priority?
Reggie Wassana

Reggie Wassana, Governor, Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes

We are always trying to create a tribal ecosystem that will produce invaluable results for further generations.
North Cascade Mountains

Tribal Leader Roundtable: Spotlight on the Northwest

This month we spoke with seven tribal leaders in the Northwest about the greatest risks, challenges and rewards in 2022; how strong...
Ron W Allen

W. Ron Allen, Chairman, Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe

The biggest challenge has been getting our labor force back on board. It’s been an issue nationwide, and we certainly are experiencing it too...
Bob de los Angeles

Robert de los Angeles, Chairman, Snoqualmie Indian Tribe

We constantly seek new ways to engage in additional enterprises, and with those opportunities, always fostering an understanding of the skills to operate those enterprises.
Jordan Dresser

Jordan Dresser, Chairman, Northern Arapaho Tribe of the Wind River Reservation

As a leader, I try to surround myself with people who have ambition and really want something. Talent is always key, but drive is essential...
Andy Joseph

Andrew Joseph Jr., Chairman, Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation

The biggest challenge for the Tribes and the gaming industry as a whole is by far the lack of staffing in various departments throughout the casino.
Chickasaw $20K Donation

Chickasaw Foundation Receives $20,000 Donation for Student Scholarships

ADA, OK – The Chickasaw Foundation has received a $20,000 donation from Enel North America to provide two Chickasaw students with $10,000...
Cherokee $4M Housing Groundbreaking

Cherokee Nation Breaks Ground on $4 Million Housing Project

TAHLEQUAH, OK – The Cherokee Nation has begun construction on 16 new duplexes for low-income Cherokee families that will replace ones built...
Seal of North Dakota

ND Gov. Burgum, Five Tribal Chairs Sign Gaming Compacts

BISMARCK, ND – Gov. Doug Burgum and the chairpersons of the five tribal nations with whom North Dakota shares geography completed the signing...
U.S. Capitol Building

U.S. Senate Approves Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Senate has unanimously approved H.R.2930, the Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony Act of 2021 (STOP Act). The STOP Act now will...