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Ray Tafoya

A recipient of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development’s 2012 “Native American 40 under 40”. A tenured Native American professional and Citizen of Santo Domingo Pueblo, with a background in business operations, management, and financial analysis. Experienced in developing and implementing innovative projects and solutions using organizational, analytical, and managerial skills. Partnerships include


Timothy J. Hansell, MPA

TJ is of Turtle Mountain Chippewa descent, with his mother being an enrolled member of the tribe. Growing up in the Trenton Indian Service Area in northwestern North Dakota, he realized from a young age the value of education. He holds an MPA and BSBM from the University of North Dakota. During his career, he


TeriLynne Kisto

TeriLynne is a citizen/enrolled member of the Gila River Indian Community. She is a well-rounded human resources professional who has worked in all facets of human resources, held various leadership positions, and developed and maintained processes for over 1,000 employees. TeriLynne is a Certified Workplace Mediator and Certified Trainer of Managing Workplace Conflict. She holds


Kimberly Moore-Salas

Kim was born in Tuba City, AZ, from Naakaii Diné (Mexican people) and Tsi’naajinii (Black Streak people) clans. Growing up on and off the Navajo Nation and residing in various tribal communities throughout her life, Kim is passionate about utilizing her education and experience to promote healthy living through kinship values. Kim has over seven


Robert Salas

Originally from Los Angeles, CA, Rob is a descendant of Gabrieleno Kizh and Mexican. Residing in Arizona since 1992, Rob holds a BSBM from the University of Phoenix and a BIS from ASU. Rob has over two decades of experience working with boards and synthesizing solutions with business partners to meet strategic goals. He is