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  • AIBL | Board of Directors
    Indian and non Indian students Wanting to do more than just complain he created the first Native American Studies program in Montana Public Schools Today all Montana public schools include a curriculum entitled Indian Education for All Although many good people had a hand in it we can thank Joe McDonald for leading the way Success as a teacher coach and administrator gave him dreams of higher education on the Flathead Indian Reservation In the 1970s he began to lay the foundation for SKC And in 1977 Congress passed the Tribal College Act The new law opened the door for Dr McDonald to create SKC but didn t include any money to make it happen With no money no classrooms no teachers and no students Joe became president of SKC and served for over three decades Beginning with literally nothing he built the institution from the ground up Educators around the Nation now credit him for building SKC into one of the if not the flagship tribal college in the United States When he retired last year the college had a 130 acre campus with modern infrastructure Administrators can now thank him for growing the school s endowment from just 5 in 1978 to more than 8 million today They can also thank him for the 26 million operational budget 58 faculty members and more than 180 operational employees who educate 1 100 students Remember none of it existed before Dr Joe McDonald took the initiative to create it And believe it or not he did even more for his community In addition to growing perhaps the most dynamic tribal college in the Nation Dr McDonald also served as an elected representative on the CSKT Tribal Council from 1974 to 1982 In terms of coaching Joe is among the best

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/board-of-directors/dr_-joe-mcdonald (2016-02-09)
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    of Montana with a bachelor s degree in business majoring in management After graduation he worked at the family auto dealership in Missoula and a short time later he enrolled in the General Motors Institute where he received a degree in dealership management When John s father passed away the family sold its interest in the business to partner Robert DeMarois In August of 1968 John moved his family to California where he joined Toyota Motor Sales USA His career highlights include implementing Toyota s vehicle inventory control allocation and production ordering systems starting up Cincinnati and Boston regional operations as well as the port operation in Long Beach and consolidating the parts and service logistical groups John also established Toyota s current dealership signage and facility standards known as Image USA He went on to hold management positions in the Los Angeles Cincinnati and Boston regions John returned to Toyota headquarters in California where he held several key positions in sales administration distribution and fleet sales In 1993 John became general manager of the forklift division expanding the dealer body to support a new plant in Columbus Indiana He also negotiated Toyota s first partnership with a U S company to produce a large forklift product John moved to Toyota s service and parts division in 1997 as group vice president In 1998 he was appointed senior vice president of all customer service groups and affiliated companies which included the forklift group Airflight which is responsible for the full coordination and management of Toyota s company aircraft and a marine sports division that built a ski and wakeboard boat John retired at the beginning of 2002 after thirty three years of service John continues to be active in UM Alumni Association activities and is on the Board of Directors

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/board-of-directors/john-turmell (2016-02-09)
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  • AIBL | Board of Directors
    Contact Board of Directors Mary Ellen Turmell Mary Ellen Turmell is a graduate of The University of Montana Following graduation she taught school in Great Falls Montana She is a trustee emeritus of the University of Montana Foundation and currently serves as President of the University of Montana Alumni Association She also serves on the board of the Flathead Lakers She is member of Alpha Phi Sorority Daughters of the

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/board-of-directors/mary-ellen-turmell (2016-02-09)
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    Rock Sioux Reservation a Hunkpapa or Sitting Bull flavored Lakota and has received the Lakota name Itazipo Wakinyan Thunder Bow He graduated high school from Red Cloud Indian School in 1966 Black Hills State University in 1976 in Education and has a Masters in Education Administration from Penn State in 1984 Archambault has worked as educator administrator and consultant at Indian schools and Tribal Colleges thru out career devoting significant

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/board-of-directors/dave-archambault (2016-02-09)
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    a proven track record optimizing operational performance and pulling large strategic initiatives through companies Develops collaborative leadership teams focused on improving key performance indicators leading integration projects and cost reduction initiatives Trained Lean Six Sigma Champion driving continuous improvement and transforming business processes Adept at creating a performance culture through process execution and talent development Strong reputation for aligning and driving strategic initiatives across business verticals Intuitively analytical leader known

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/board-of-directors/chad-barber (2016-02-09)
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    as the National Director for Federal Programs I have been charged with launching the ISG Federal Division and leading an organization focused on developing strategic communication solutions for Federal Agencies within both DoD and Civilian sector Since 2009 I have served as Board Member for the National Capital Chapter of the Independent Telecommunication Pioneers Association in Washington DC In June 2014 I was selected to serve as President for the 2014 15 Season ITPA brings together Government and Industry leaders to share best practices while also raising money for the USO JDRF and the National Capital Food Bank Visit www itpancc org for more information on this organization In 2013 I served as 2nd Vice President for Georgia Municipal Association s District 8 Caucus working with elected officials from area cities to represent constituents at GMA events and provide focus for a broad range of issues that impact Georgia cities In 2012 I joined the International Telecommunication Professionals Exchange www itpx org and served as a member of the Board of Directors for a two year term Being driven as an entrepreneur I launched Lifeguard Consulting Group Our mission is to foster individual achievement mentor organizational development and provide low

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/board-of-directors/ken-mcfarland (2016-02-09)
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  • AIBL | Board of Directors
    has spent the last 8 years dedicated to evolving the Owner Contractor relationship specifically in Native Communities as it relates to long term success in residential and commercial construction Tribal Building Solutions has developed designed and completed residential commercial projects ranging from 1 5M to 17M over the last few years Don s support of Native endeavors such as Water is Life Run Hopi Tribe Volunteer Coordinator for National Center

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/board-of-directors/don-meyer (2016-02-09)
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    member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe is a managing partner of SeaCrest Investment Management a native minority owned investment firm specializing in providing financial solutions for American Indian Tribes and institutional clients She is the founding member of EAGLE OPPORTUNITY a marketing and consulting firm which supports the BUY NATIVE program Lynn retired as a Senior Vice President and a Registered Wealth Advisor for Morgan Stanley While with Morgan Stanley she managed accounts for many American Indian Tribes and their affiliates She holds a BS degree in Administration and is a Registered Nurse In addition Lynn completed the graduate program on the Critical Elements of Consulting at The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania Lynn is a former chairperson of the National Congress of American Indian s Finance and Investment Committee and was a long term board member of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development She has provided educational programs for the National Indian Gaming Association the National Indian Education Association Oweesta the American Indian Higher Education Consortium the Native American Finance Officers Association Aboriginal Finance Officers Association Canada and the IMN Native American Finance Conference Active in her local community she has served on the Board of Directors of the Rapid Loan Fund an economic development loan program for Rapid City SO Lynn is a member of the National Congress of American Indians the advisory committee for the Prudent Practices for Native American Investment Advisors project and was a member of the International Habitat for Humanity s American Indian Board She is also a member of the Indigenous Peoples Task Force for socially responsible investing and is on the board of the American Indian Business Leaders Association In addition she is a board member of Wellspring a residential therapeutic program for adolescents and is

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/board-of-directors/lynn-rapp (2016-02-09)
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