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Business Committee Members

Meet the Members

 

Officers

Tribal Chairman
Tehassi Hill
920-869-4420
[email protected]

Legislative Assistant
Danelle Wilson
920-869-4389
[email protected]

Tribal Vice-Chairman
Brandon Stevens
920-869-4378
[email protected]

Legislative Assistant
Rhiannon “RC” Metoxen
920-869-4469
[email protected]

Tribal Treasurer
Trish King
920-869-4462
[email protected]

Legislative Assistant
Brian Doxtator
920-869-4496
[email protected]

Tribal Secretary    
Lisa Summers  
920-869-4478
[email protected] 
 
Legislative Assistant
Lisa Liggins
920-869-4434
[email protected]

 

Council Members

Councilman
Daniel Guzman King
920-869-4366
[email protected]

Legislative Assistant
Melinda J. Danforth
920-869-4461
[email protected]

Councilman
David P. Jordan 
920-869-4483
[email protected]

Legislative Assistant
Leyne Orosco
920-869-4459
[email protected]

Councilman
Kirby Metoxen
920-869-4441
[email protected]

Legislative Assistant
Rosa Laster
920-869-4492
[email protected]

Councilman
Ernie Stevens III
920-869-4382
[email protected]

Legislative Assistant
Cathy Bachhuber
920-869-4428
[email protected]

Councilwoman
Jennifer Webster
920-869-4457
[email protected]

Legislative Assistant
Jessica Wallenfang
920-869-4480
[email protected]danation.org

Vision, Mission, and Values

02 02 BSC Vision

2017-2020 Strategic Plan

In August 2017, the Oneida Business Committee (OBC) participated in facilitated strategic planning sessions where we identified broad goals, strategies, and outcomes for the next 3 years. This process included an environmental scan, focused conversations, practical visioning, and identifying challenges. As elected officials, we willingly offer dedication to our responsibilities, while respecting the roles of the Oneida Nation Constitution and the General Tribal Council.

Overall, strategic planning helps to answer and understand where we are now, what our goals are, and how we are going to achieve them, while acknowledging the challenges.

The 2017-2020 strategic plan is built on the foundation of:

  • Trust
  • Value-Based Budgeting
  • Sovereignty Protection
  • Change Management
  • Communication

The foundation will support future decision making and be the guide to building and supporting our operations.

Our plan includes the following six unique broad goals:

  • Advancing Onyoteʔa∙ká∙principles
  • Exercising Sovereignty
  • Improving Organizational Changes
  • Promoting Positive Community Relations
  • Inspiring Yukwatsístay
  • Encouraging TsiʔniyukwalihoT^

Inside each goal, are strategies and outcomes that the OBC will work on collectively with the Direct Reports, support staff, and assistants to meet the goals with a good mind, a good heart, and a strong fire.

 

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