The Board of Trustees
Tribal affairs are governed by an elected body called the "Board of Trustees," which is elected every two years by the voting membership (General Council). A chairman presides over the Board, which consists of eight additional members (nine members total). The Board sets policy, makes the final decisions on tribal affairs, and takes a lead role in determining priority projects and issues. The Board conducts business meetings once a week (Mondays at 9 a.m., unless a holiday falls on that day), in addition to numerous work sessions with staff and special board meetings with external individuals and organizations.
Board members participate in various commissions and committees established to oversee specific tribal issues, such as education, natural resources, water, health and welfare, cultural resources, fish and wildlife, law and order, and more.
The current Board of Trustees will serve through November of 2015, when the next election will be held.
[PHOTO TO BE ADDED] Board of Trustees Chairman Gary Burke
Board of Trustees Vice Chairman Leo Stewart
Board of Trustees Treasurer Aaron Hines
Board of Trustees Secretary N. Kathryn Brigham
[PHOTO TO BE ADDED] General Council Chairman Alan Crawford
Board of Trustees Member Armand Minthorn
[PHOTO TO BE ADDED] Board of Trustees Member Justin Quaempts
Board of Trustees Member Bob Shippentower
Board of Trustees Member Woodrow Star
To contact the Board of Trustees...
by mail: 46411 Timine Way, Pendleton, OR 97801
for parcel deliveries: 46411 Timine Way, Pendleton, OR 97801
by phone: 541-429-7030 or 541-276-3165
by FAX: 541-276-3095
by email: BOT@ctuir.com or Info@ctuir.com
in person: 46411 Timine Way, Mission
(five miles east of Pendleton along Mission Road)
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