Your goals as a Tribal Council person:
Honestly, there’s so much Icould say that Iwil do or accomplish but that is hard because it is not just me at the table. We must think about everybody connected to this tribe in one form or another such as being a tribal member or descendant and how ourdecisions will affect us.Then we must think about the non-native spouse, significant other, or friendwho lives in our community to our valued employees. Sometimes even strangers.
Picking or choosing a specific goal is hard because the bigger picture is what we need to aim for, and whatw e do or the decisions we make today forour future to carry on is a big job. There’s so much to think about in this position and some of the decisions are hard. We need to accept that Tribal Council has our best interests at heart but sometimes it won’t be what you like. It’s ok to be frustrated at our decisions but sometimes we get frustrated too because there are just some things we have no control over, and that ties our hands in the way we process what needs to be done.
Personally, I want to do agreat job and to be veryhelpful when and where I can.
I have two bachelor’s degrees, one in Business Administration and one in Accounting. I love learning. Iwas the Higher Education Director for 25 years prior to this job. Ilove to golf. One of my favorite things to do is watch my grandbabies or other tribal children do their thing in whatever sport they choose to play. I love to travel. I have been to Europe and visited five different countries. Other than that, Ihave just been living the best life Ican possibly live.
Office Phone: 906-723-2604
Work Phone: 906-399-1483 (call or text (preferred))
However, you choose, I wil respond more quickly to a text or Facebook message.