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Anna John Resident Centered Care Community Board

Purpose

The Board was established to serve in an advisory capacity for the Anna John Resident Centered Care Community (“AJRCCC”).

By-Laws

Anna John Resident Centered Care Community Board Bylaws 09/25/2019

Members & Term (Updated 8/14/2019)

Joshua Hicks, Vice-Chair 08/01/17 to 07/31/20
Kristin Jorgenson, Secretary 08/01/17 to 07/31/20
Shirley Barber 08/01/17 to 07/31/20
Candace House, Chair 08/01/18 to 07/31/21
Patricia Moore 08/01/18 to 07/31/21
Valerie Groleau 08/01/17 to 07/31/22
Kenny Kriescher 08/01/17 to 07/31/22
Jennifer Webster BC Liaison
Daniel Guzman King BC Liaison Alternate

Qualifications for Membership

Board members shall meet the following qualifications:

  1. Be an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation;
  2. Be at least eighteen (18) years of age;
  3. Reside within Brown or Outagamie County; and
  4. Not be employed by the AJRCCC.

Other Links

Elder Services Webpage
Elder Services Facebook Page

Meetings

The Board meets every second (2nd) Wednesday of the month at 5:00 p.m. Meetings are held in the conference room at the AJRCCC located at 2901 S. Overland Road Oneida WI 54155.

Contact

Please contact [email protected] or the Boards, Committees and Commissions staff at (920) 869-4364 or [email protected] for requests relating to the Anna John Resident Centered Care Community Board.

Oneida Community Library Board

Purpose

The purpose of the Board is to administer and oversee the administration of the Oneida Community Library in accordance with the laws of the Nation, Chapter 43 of the Wisconsin Statutes, and any policies adopted pursuant thereto.

Policy Statement of the Oneida Community Library Board: Supporting and endorsing the American Library Association’s Library Bill of Rights and freedom to read statement, the Board accepts that its purpose is to assist the Oneida General Tribal Council and library staff:

  1. To provide quality library and information services to the people of the Oneida community as well as Brown and Outagamie county residents through the continuation of existing tribal, county and inter-library system agreements.
  2. To encourage and promote the development of library services to meet the informational, educational, cultural and recreational needs of the Oneida Community Library clients.
  3. To develop policies which will protect the unique resources held by the Oneida Community Library; specifically, those pertaining to the Oneida/Haudenosaunee and other Native American Nations.
  4. To promote the use of meeting areas within the Oneida Community Library for socially useful and cultural activities.

By-Laws

Oneida Community Library Board Bylaws 09/25/2019

Members & Term (Updated 10/10/2019)

Melinda K. Danforth 03/01/17 to 02/28/20
Bridget John, Vice-Chair 03/01/18 to 02/28/21
Xavier Horkman  03/01/18 to 02/28/21
Waehiahoweh Maracle 03/01/19 to 02/28/22
Vacant 03/01/19 to 02/28/22
Tehassi Hill BC Liaison
David P. Jordan BC Liaison Alternate

Qualifications for Membership

Board members shall meet the following qualifications:

  1. Must be an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation;
  2. Must be a resident of either Brown or Outagamie County;
  3. Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age; and
  4. Must not be a contractor or employee of any Oneida Nation Library branch.

Other Links

Oneida Community Library Page
Oneida Community Library Board Facebook Page
Green Earth Branch Library Facebook Page
Oneida Library Twitter Page
Oneida Community Library Youtube Page

Meetings 

The Board meets the second (2nd) Wednesday of each month at 4:30 p.m. Meetings are held at the Oneida Community Library, 201 Elm Street, Oneida, WI  54155.

Contact

Please contact the Boards, Committees and Commissions staff at (920) 869-4364 or [email protected] for requests relating to the Oneida Community Library Board.

Oneida Environmental Resource Board

Purpose, Duties, and Responsibilities

The purpose of the Environmental Resource Board is the oversight and development of conservation and environmental law and policy for the Oneida Nation. ERB serves as the original hearing body in matters concerning conservation and environmental laws and ordinances promulgated by the Oneida Nation, and monitors environmental problems on the Oneida Reservation.

The ERB shall be responsible for the oversight and development of a conservation and environment law and policy for the Oneida Nation. This shall include, but not be limited to:

  • hunting and fishing, including hunting safety regulations
  • conservation, reforestation, parks and wildlife, and recreation
  • environmental protection and improvement
  • environmental, conservation codes and ordinances
  • community education
  • reviewing and recommending enforcement procedures for all environmental laws and policies
  • review of tribal activities for consistency with tribal environmental law and policy

The ERB shall monitor environmental problems on the Oneida Reservation.

The ERB shall assist in the budgeting process, which shall include, but not be limited to, ERB training and other normal operating expenses of the ERB.  

Qualifications

The ERB shall consist of nine (9) enrolled members of the Oneida Nation who are not employed within the Environmental, Health, and Safety Division, or other areas of the Oneida Nation over which the ERB has direct oversight responsibility and authority.

All ERB members, within one hundred eighty (180) days of the appointment to the ERB , are required to participate in training as follows:

  • Environmental Law-Eight (8) hours, two (2) hours of which shall be Oneida Tribal law and procedures
  • Two (2) hours of professional ethics, including issues of confidentiality
  • Thereafter, all ERB members shall either accumulate a minimum of eight (8) hours annually in the above training or shall review annually the lessons and materials connected with the above training
  • A minimum of three (3) hours training in a formalized process for conducting meetings as determined by the ERB
  • The ERB may, at its discretion, extend the time allowed for completion of any and all required training of a member for good cause shown.  

Members & Term (Updated 8/7/19)

Weldon “Ted” Hawk 10/01/16 to 09/30/19
Gerald W. Jordan 10/01/16 to 09/30/19
Thomas Oudenhoven 10/01/18 to 09/30/19
Albert Manders, Secretary 10/01/17 to 05/10/20
Marlene “Minnie” Garvey, Chair 10/01/17 to 09/30/20
Isaiah Skenandore, Vice Chair 10/01/17 to 06/28/20
Vacant 10/01/18 to 09/30/21
Nicole Steeber 10/01/18 to 09/30/21
Todd Hill 10/01/18 to 09/30/21 
Daniel Guzman King BC Liaison
Ernest Stevens III BC Liaison
Jennifer Webster BC Liaison Alternate

By-Laws

Environmental Resources Board By-Laws 07-23-2014

Meetings

The Board meets at 6:00 p.m. the first Thursday of every month.  Meetings are held at the Ridgeview Plaza, Suite 4, located at 3759 W. Mason Street Oneida WI 54115.

 Contact 

Please contact Laura Manthe, Director (920) 496-5360 or [email protected] for requests relating to the Environmental Resource Board.

Please click here to be brought to the Oneida Nation’s Code of Laws page where you can view each law and any related rules.

All-Terrain Vehicle Law           Chapter 410
Cemetery Law   Chapter 127
Hunting, Fishing, and Trapping Law   Chapter 406
Oneida Tribal Regulation of Domestic Animals Ordinance   Chapter 304
On-Site Waste Disposal Ordinance   Chapter 407
Tribal Environmental Response Law   Chapter 401
Public Use of Tribal Land Law   Chapter 609
Water Resources Ordinance   Chapter 409
Well Abandonment Law   Chapter 404

Oneida Nation Arts Board

Purpose, Duties, and Responsibilities

The purpose of the Oneida Nation Arts Board provide guidance to Oneida Nation Arts Program (ONAP) and to perform the responsibilities granted to the Board under the Dollar for Arts Program policy. Provided that, the guidelines and directions given in this Article are to set forth standards and goals, and may be interpreted in the broadest possible manner to include all manners of art and artistic projects. Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Work with ONAP in determining Director and staff in an advisory capacity on issues related to the arts in Oneida, and
  • Strive to provide guidance and recommendations in the development of the ONAP and arts programs throughout the community, and
  • Work with ONAP in determining and monitoring program outcomes, and
  • Receive reports of the ONAP activities from ONAP staff, and
  • Work with the ONAP Director in evaluating the ONAP, and
  • Approve policies and programs for the overall coordination and administration of the ONAP.

Qualifications

  • A majority of the members shall be enrolled members of the Oneida Nation.
  • Any vacancies which cause non-Tribal members to make up the majority of the Board shall be filled within three (3) months. If such vacancies are not filled within three (3) months, a sufficient number of non-Tribal board members shall be re-designated as alternates until Tribal members again make up a majority of the Board.
  • When non-Tribal board members are to be re-designated as alternates, all such non-Tribal members shall first be invited to volunteer to serve as an alternate. If there are not sufficient volunteers, then the members that have served the shortest time on the Board shall be selected first.  

Members & Term (Updated 8/14/19)

Mary Vvalther 03/01/18 to 02/28/21
Susan Danforth 03/01/18 to 02/28/21
Vacant 03/01/18 to 02/28/21
Melis Arik 03/01/19 to 02/28/22
Mercy Metoxen 03/01/19 to 02/28/22
Christopher Powless 03/01/19 to 02/28/22
Dawn Walschinski 03/01/19 to 02/28/22
Kirby Metoxen BC Liaison
Daniel Guzman-King BC Liaison Alternate
Jennifer Webster BC Liaison Alternate

By-Laws

Oneida Nation Arts Board By-Laws 06-08-2011

 Meetings

The Board meets at 5:30 p.m. the second Tuesday of the month.  Meetings are held at the Community Education Center (CEC) located at 2632 S. Packerland Drive Green Bay WI 54313. The Board will not meet in June, July and December as their focus will be on volunteer work during these months.

The meeting on Tuesday, 9/11/2018 has been rescheduled for Tuesday, 9/18/2018.

Contact

Please contact Beth Bashara, Director of Arts Program (920) 490-3830 or by e-mail at [email protected] for requests relating to the Oneida Nation Arts Board.

Oneida Nation Veterans Affairs Committee

Purpose

The purpose of the Veterans Affairs Committee is to serve as an advisory body to the Oneida Veterans Service Office (“Office”) in all matters relating to Oneida Nation Veterans’ rights and benefits and veterans’ affairs issues, and to protect the honor and integrity of the Oneida Nation and all veterans who served honorably in the United States Uniformed Services. Among other services, the Veterans Affairs Committee is to provide advice and constructive input to the Oneida Veterans Service Office Director on all veterans’ affairs issues so that the
Office can formulate veterans’ services and programs; and to coordinate veterans’ events with the Office and veterans’ organizations that are representatives of Oneida Veterans and the Oneida Nation.

The powers of the Veterans Affairs Committee are advisory, with duties that include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. Supporting the Oneida Veterans Service Office and the Oneida Nation.
  2. Being responsible to the Oneida Business Committee, all Oneida Nation Veterans and their families, and the Oneida Community.
  3. Supporting the Office in the provision and coordination of all veterans services to the Oneida Community and as requested by local, state, federal, other tribal activities and/or events and veterans associations, such as the Color/Honor Guard, funerals, parades, school visits and presentations.
  4. The ONVAC is the official Color Guard of the Oneida Nation. The ONVAC may appoint other endorsed or approved veterans or veteran groups in order to fulfill any Oneida Nation requests. This duty may be delegated to the Oneida Veterans Service Officer who also has direct contact with Oneida Veterans and the active veterans’ organization.
    (A) Designate Representatives. The ONVAC and the Oneida Veterans Service Office Director shall verify the authenticity of groups or individuals who wish to represent Oneida
    Nation Veterans.
  5. The ONVAC shall be the screening body for individual veterans or veteran groups who are requesting funds from the Oneida Nation for various reasons such as: (1) to alleviate a financial hardship; (2) to provide a veterans service or event, such as the Veterans Pow-Wow, a seminar, training or a conference; and
    (3) to attend a veterans related project, event, training, seminar, and/or some other activity, such as a military reunion.
  6. Responding to and acting upon any other delegated authority established through the laws, policies, rules and resolutions of the Oneida Nation.

By-Laws

Oneida Nation Veterans Affairs Committee Bylaws 09/25/2019

Members & Term (Updated 9/12/2019)

Arthur Cornelius 01/01/17 to 12/31/20
Carol Silva 01/01/17 to 12/31/20
Benjamin Skenandore 01/01/17 to 12/31/20
Dale Webster 01/01/18 to 12/31/21
John Breuninger, Secretary 01/01/18 to 12/31/21
Gerald Cornelius, Chair 01/01/18 to 12/31/21
Floyd Hill II, Vice Chair 01/01/19 to 12/31/22
George Greendeer 01/01/19 to 12/31/22
Kenneth House 01/01/19 to 12/31/22
Jennifer Webster BC Liaison
Lisa Summers BC Liaison Alternate
Daniel Guzman King BC Liaison Alternate

Qualifications

  1. Be an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation.
  2. Be a resident of Brown or Outagamie County, Wisconsin.
  3. Have served on and Honorably Discharged (Form DD-214 Required) from Active Duty in the United States Uniformed Services (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, Public Health Service or National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration).
         (A) Active Duty is defined as having served one hundred and eighty-one (181) days or                more of continuous active duty unless discharged early, with less than one hundred              and eighty-one (181) days of active duty, because of a service connected disability.
  4. Have served as a member of the Selected Reserve and completed at least six (6) years in the Reserves or the National Guard or was discharged early because of a service-connected disability.
  5. Be a citizen in good standing in the Oneida Community.

Meetings

The Committee meets the second  (2nd) Tuesday of each month at 5:00 p.m.  Meetings are held at the Veterans Department, 134 Riverdale Drive, Oneida, WI 54155.

Contact 

Please contact Carol Silva (920) 490-3930 or [email protected] for requests relating to ONVAC.

Oneida Personnel Commission

Purpose

The OPC was created by the General Tribal Council to represent the Oneida community-at-large in the selection of the Nation’s employees and to shield those employees from inconsistent and unfair treatment.

Meetings 

Regular meetings shall occur on a monthly-basis. The regular meeting time, place and agenda shall be determined by the OPC at a regular meeting. If no alternative designation is made by the OPC, the regular meeting shall be the last Tuesday of every month. Notice of meeting location, agenda and materials shall be forwarded by the Chairperson with the assistance of the Secretary. Meetings shall run in accordance with Robert’s Rules of Order or another method approved by the Oneida Business Committee. Meetings shall comply with the Nation’s Open Records and Open Meetings law.

Members & Term (Updated 8/30/2019)

Daniel Thomas  4/1/2019 to 3/31/2020 
Sandra Skenadore  4/1/2019 to 3/31/2021
Vacant  4/1/2019 to 3/31/2022
Carole Liggins  4/1/2019 to 3/31/2023
Carol Smith  4/1/2019 to 3/31/2024
BC Liaison Tehassi Hill
BC Liaison Alternate Kirby Metoxen

By-Laws

Personnel Commission Bylaws 01-09-2019

Qualifications

  • Be an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation;
  • Be at least twenty-one (21) years of age;
  • Shall not be an employee of the Nation;
  • Be available for meetings, training, interviews, pre-screening, reassignments, grievance hearings and other duties as needed. Three (3) unexcused absences to attend to such duties may be reported to the Oneida Business Committee, if deemed appropriate by the OPC, for recommended termination;
  • Be free of any and all direct conflicts of interest or appearances of conflict as defined under various laws and policies of the Nation, including but not limited to, the oath of office, the Oneida Rules of Civil Procedure, the Oneida Personnel Policies and Procedures and other laws/policies regarding employment, the Code of Ethics, and the Boards, Committees and Commissions law; and
  • Have a minimum of two (2) years supervisory experience along with hiring experience, an Associate Degree, or equivalent experience or education.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Both formal and informal communications to any entity on behalf of the OPC must come from a member of the OPC through OPC directive. Specific policy governing all communications of the OPC may be set forth in an OPC Communications SOP to provide procedural guidance, consistent herewith, on determining when, how, and by which OPC member(s) communications are made;
  • Uphold all laws and policies of the Nation, including but not limited to, the Boards, Committees and Commissions law;
  • Conduct grievance hearings in accordance with the Oneida Personnel Policies and Procedures and the Oneida Judiciary Rules of Civil Procedure;
    • If a conflict exists between the Oneida Personnel Policies and Procedures and the Oneida Judiciary Rules of Civil Procedure, the Oneida Personnel Policies and Procedures shall govern.
    • Appeals from OPC decisions to the Judiciary shall be governed by the Oneida Code of Laws, Title 8. Judicial System.
  • Exclusively use the official Oneida e-mail address provided by the Nation upon appointment to the OPC to electronically conduct business on behalf of the OPC; and
  • Dress Code. OPC members are expected to be clean, well-groomed and dressed in business casual attire when conducting activities on behalf of the OPC, including but not limited to, employee interviews and grievance hearings.
    • By way of example, business casual attire does not include:
      • Tattered jeans or shorts;
      • Shirts with language or graphics that are vulgar; sexually explicit, or may otherwise be offensive;
      • Attire that is revealing or provocative;
      • Flip-flops or any type of loose footwear;
      • Sweat suits;
      • See-through blouses or shirts;
      • Sports bras, halter tops, or similar attire;
      • Tank tops;
      • Clothing that allows bare midriffs; or
      • Clothing that is ripped or stained.

Contact 

Please contact the Boards, Committees and Commissions staff at (920) 869-4364 or [email protected] for requests relating to the Oneida Personnel Commission.

Oneida Police Commission

Purpose

The purpose of the Police Commission is to regulate the conduct of the Oneida Nation law enforcement personnel according to the highest professional standards. The Police Commission was established to provide oversight regarding the activities and actions of the law enforcement operations to provide the greatest possible professional services to the Oneida community and to allow for community input regarding those law enforcement services through its representatives on the Police Commission. The Police Commission is an oversight body and does not involve decision making processes on day-to-day activities of those law enforcement services.

The Police Commission has all delegated authority established through the laws, policies, rules and resolutions of the Nation, including but not limited to, the Oneida Nation Law Enforcement Ordinance.

By-Laws

Oneida Police Commission Bylaws 09/25/2019

Members & Term (Updated 10/9/2019)

Beverly Anderson, Secretary 08/01/14 to 10/18/19
Michele Doxtator  08/01/16 to 07/31/21
Kory Wesaw 08/01/17 to 10/31/22
Sandra Reveles, Chair  08/01/17 to 07/31/22
Kim Nishimoto 08/01/19 to 07/31/24
Lisa Summers BC Liaison
Ernest Stevens III BC Liaison
Daniel Guzman King BC Liaison Alternate

Qualifications for Membership

All Police Commission members:

  1. Must be an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation.
  2. Must be twenty-five (25) years of age or older.
  3. Must submit to a complete background investigation. The following would disqualify any person from serving on the Oneida Police Commission:
    (A) A felony conviction in the State of Wisconsin or any conviction of a crime in another           state that would be considered a felony conviction if the offense and adjudication                 occurred in the State of Wisconsin.
    (B) A felony arrest which results in a misdemeanor conviction due to a plea arrangement.
    (C) A conviction of any ordinance violation that could bring discredit to the Police                       Commission, including, but not limited to:
          (i) Domestic Abuse; or
          (ii) Child Abuse.
    (D) Any pardon issued by the Nation or the governor of any state for an offense specified           above shall not deem a person as “exonerated” for the purposes of membership on the         Police Commission.
  4. Must submit to drug testing prior to appointment and on an annual basis.
  5. Must not be an employee of the Oneida Police Department or have been terminated from the Oneida Police Department.
  6. Must be a person of known good standing in the community.

Other Links

Oneida Police Department Webpage
Oneida Police Department Facebook Page

Meetings

The Commission meets the fourth (4th) Wednesday of each month. If the meeting falls on a holiday, then an alternative date may be selected by the commission. Meetings are held at Ridgeview Plaza, Suite 4, located at 2759 W. Mason Street Oneida WI 54115.

Contact 

Please contact Carol Silva (920) 496-5319 or [email protected] for requests relating to the Commission.

 

Oneida Pow-Wow Committee

Purpose

The purpose of the Committee is to coordinate and manage annual Powwows in order to encourage people to enjoy and participate in social activities, such as dancing, singing, visiting, the renewing of old friendships and the making of new ones, through the authority delegated to the Committee by the laws of the Nation.

By-Laws

Oneida Pow-Wow Committee Bylaws 09/25/2019

Members & Term (Updated 10/10/19)

Brian Moreno 03/01/17 to 02/29/20
Trista Cornelius-Henrickson, Secretary 03/01/17 to 02/29/20
Vacant 03/01/17 to 02/29/20
Kalene White 03/01/18 to 02/28/21
Jeremy King 03/01/18 to 02/28/21
Tonya Webster, Chair 03/01/18 to 02/28/21
Vacant 03/01/19 to 2/28/22
Alva Fiddler 03/01/19 to 2/28/22
Vacant 03/01/19 to 2/28/22
Ernest Stevens III BC Liaison
Jennifer Webster BC Liaison Alternate

Qualifications for Membership

Committee members shall meet the following qualifications:

  1. Must be an enrolled member or a descendant of an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation;
  2. Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age or older;
  3. Must never have been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor related to any of the following:
    (A) Fraud;
    (B) Theft; and/or
    (C) Violent or sexual misconduct; and
          (i) Any pardon issued by the Nation or the governor of any state for a conviction                         specified above shall not deem a person as “exonerated” for purposes of qualifying               for membership on the Committee.
  4. Must be able to dedicate weekends and nights to Committee related obligations/activities.
  5. Within the pool of candidates that meet the requirements of subsections (1) through (4), the Oneida Business Committee shall give preference to those that have experience coordinating a Pow-wow event or coordinating some other large community event.

Meetings

The Committee meets the second (2nd) Tuesday of each month at 4:45 p.m.  Meetings are held at the Skenandoah Complex, Conference Room C, 909 Packerland Dr, Green Bay, WI 54303.

Contact

Please contact the Boards, Committees and Commissions staff at (920) 869-4364 or [email protected] for requests relating to the Oneida Community Library Board.

Pardon and Forgiveness Screening Committee

Purpose, Duties, and Responsibilities

The purpose and mission of the Pardon and Forgiveness Screening Committee (PFSC) is to provide a fair, efficient and formal process for considering pardons and forgiveness.

Additionally, the PFSC is responsible for: 

  • promulgating internal standard operating procedures necessary to govern its proceedings
  • reviewing and processing applications for a pardon or forgiveness in an orderly and expeditious manner
  • reviewing an applicant’s background investigation report received from the Oneida Human Resources Department
  • conducting and presiding over hearings
  • providing formal, written recommendations to the Oneida Business Committee to approve or deny a pardon or forgiveness application
  • taking other actions reasonably related to the purpose of the Committee.

Qualifications

  • Be an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation.
  • Preference for community-at-large representatives shall be given to Tribal members with a background in social services, probation/parole, law enforcement, legal services, public policy and similar fields. 

Members & Term (Updated 7/17/19)

Carmelita Escamea, Community At-Large 09/01/17 to 08/31/20
Carol Silva, Community At-Large Alternate 09/01/17 to 08/31/20
Jeanette Ninham, Vice Chair, Community At-Large Elder 09/01/17 to 08/31/20
Donna Richmond, Community At-Large Elder Alternate 09/01/17 to 08/31/20
Eric Boulanger, Chair, Oneida Police Department 09/01/17 to 08/31/20
Ronald King Jr., Oneida Police Department Alternate 09/01/17 to 08/31/20
Delia Smith, Social Services 09/01/17 to 08/31/20
Jamie (Leonard) Stevens, Social Services Alternate 09/01/17 to 08/31/20
Brandon Stevens BC Liaison
Jennifer Webster BC Liaison Alternate

By-Laws

Pardon and Forgiveness Screening Committee 08-13-2014

Other Links

Pardon and Forgiveness Application
Pardon and Forgiveness Law

Meetings/Hearing

Meetings/Hearings are held quarterly at the Norbert Hill Center, located at N7210 Seminary Road Oneida WI 54155 in the Business Committee Conference Room.

2019 Pardon and Forgiveness Hearing Schedule
Pardon and Forgiveness Hearing Notice

Contact 

Please contact Brooke Doxtator, Board, Committee and Commissions Supervisor at (920) 869-4452 or [email protected] for requests relating to the Committee.

Southeastern Oneida Tribal Services Advisory Board

Purpose

It shall be the purpose of the Southeastern Oneida Tribal Services Advisory Board (SEOTS) to provide advice and constructive input to the Southeastern Wisconsin Oneida Tribal Services (SEOTS) Director in order that the SEOTS office can formulate social services programs for the Oneida people residing in Southeastern Wisconsin. Each member of the Board shall act as an ambassador for the SEOTS program by promoting its mission whenever possible; shall review the program’s budget; shall guide and advise SEOTS administration and shall adhere to the appropriate chain of command in any and all relative communications with the Oneida Business Committee.

Qualifications

  • Applicants who wish to be considered for membership shall be enrolled Oneida Nation members who are eighteen (18) years of age or over.
  • Board members shall reside within one of the six (6) Southeastern Wisconsin counties of Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, Waukesha, Ozaukee and Washington.

Members & Term (Updated 7/17/19)

Diane Hill 03/01/17 to 02/28/20
Kathleen “Kitty” Hill 03/01/18 to 02/28/20
Lloyd Ninham 03/01/18 to 02/28/21
Kathryn LaRoque 03/01/18 to 02/28/21
Arthur Elm III 03/01/19 to 02/28/22
Michael Coleman 03/01/19 to 02/28/22
Tracie Sparks 03/01/19 to 02/28/22
Kirby Metoxen BC Liaison
Daniel Guzman King BC Liaison
Ernest Stevens III BC Liaison Alternate

By-Laws

SEOTS Advisory Board By-Laws 11-25-2009

Other Links

SEOTS Page

SEOTS Facebook Page

Meetings

The SEOTS Advisory Board meets at 6:00 p.m. the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month.  Meetings are held at the SEOTS building, located at 5233 Morgan Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53220.

Contact

Please contact Mark Powless, SEOTS Director, at (414) 329-4104 for requests relating to the Board.

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