The Executive Office is guided by the Tribal mission statement: to promote economic development, education and health to ensure that the Tribal membership receives the highest quality of life while maintaining traditional customs and beliefs.
(L-R) Executive Secretary Alana Baldwin, Executive Director Angelo Gonzales, Admin Assistant/Researcher Skye Marshall. Photo credit Necha Mendoza Photography, 2017.
The responsibilities of the Executive Office include overseeing and helping achieve efficiencies in the tribes' governmental departments; acting as liaison between Tribal members and the government; promoting the economic success of the tribes; improving communication, resolving problems and issues within tribal government and, most importantly, to improve services to tribal members.
An important role of the Executive Office is to assist tribal members in obtaining information, assistance, direction and answers to questions they might have about tribal government. Angelo Gonzales serves as the current Executive Director and has two employees: Executive Assistant, Alana Baldwin and Admin Assistant, Skye Marshall
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We are located just off Interstate 15, Exit 80 and down Agency Road in the Tribal Business Center