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Tribal Corporations

Oneida Airport Hotel Corporation

Duties and Responsibilities

The Board of Directors shall manage the business and activities of the Corporation. The Board of Directors shall have control and management of the business and activities of the Corporation. The Directors shall in all cases act as a Board.  The Directors may adopt such rules and regulations for the conduct of their meetings and the management of the Corporation, as they may deem proper, not inconsistent with law, these By-Laws, the Charter, tribal ordinances and/or the Oneida Constitution.

Qualifications

To be eligible for selection to the Board of Directors, an individual must have a working knowledge of the Oneida Nation and/or be knowledgeable and have experience in one or more of the following areas:

  • Financial expertise (Banking)
  • Accounting (Business Background)
  • Oneida Tribal Member (Business Background)
  • Business and Management (Hotel Industry)
  • Tribal Business Manager and/or Tribal Economic Development Personnel
  • Oneida Business Committee Representative (Ad Hoc)
  • Bachelor’s Degree

Members & Term (Updated 10/25/2017)

Robert Barton 06/26/13 to 07/02/17
Frank Cornelius 01/23/13 to 01/23/18
Janice Hirth-Skenandore 05/13/15 to 05/13/20
Vacant  
Vacant  
Daniel Guzman King BC Liaison
Kirby Metoxen BC Liaison
Trish King BC Liaison Alternate 

Governing Documents

Oneida Airport Hotel Corporation By-Laws

Oneida Airport Hotel Corporation Charter

Contact

Please contact Jeanne Nault,  (920) 405-6410 or [email protected] for requests relating to the Corporation.

Bay Bancorporation

Purpose

Bay Bancorporation Inc is the parent company for Bay Bank. The Bank focuses on providing deposit accounts, consumer loans, residential mortgage loans and small business loans to customers in the Green Bay area.  

Qualifications

Individual eligible for election to the Board of Directors shall meet minimum qualifications determined by properly offered and approved motion (s) of the stockholders:

  • Qualifications for membership to the Board may include experience, education, prior service to the shareholder or its affiliates, or other qualifications which the shareholders deem appropriate and are within the parameters of applicable laws.
  • Due to the regulated nature of the business and the state in incorporation, shareholders shall not be bound by the Oneida Tribe of Indians Policy on Boards, Committees, and Commissions when electing eligible members to the Board.
  • A director does not need to be a resident of the State of Wisconsin.

Members & Term (Updated 10/25/2017)

Jeff Bowman, CEO/President 07/13/11 to 07/13/17
Pete King III  01/12/15 to 01/12/18
Nathan King 07/27/16 to 07/31/19
Elaine Cornelius-Skenandore  07/13/11 to 07/13/16
Bob Jossie 10/24/12 to 10/24/18
Fern Orie 07/23/14 to 07/23/19
Trish King BC Liaison
Ernest Stevens III BC Liaison Alternate
Daniel Guzman King BC Liaison Alternate

By-Laws

Bay Bancorporation Inc. By-Laws

Contact

Please contact Jeanne Nault,  (920) 405-6410 or [email protected] for requests relating to the Corporation.

Oneida ESC Group LLC

Purpose, Duties, and Responsibilities

The purpose of the Oneida Engineering, Science, and Construction LLC. (OESC) shall be to conduct any and all lawful affairs for which a limited liability company may be organized under the Act. OESC is a wholly-owned holding company of the Oneida Nation. The Small Business Act permits a tribally-owned concern SBA 8(a) to be owned through a wholly-owned holding company of the Tribe.  OESC owns two subsidiaries:  Mission Support Services (MS2) and Sustainment & Restoration Services (SRS) which are two SBA 8(a) companies that are owned by the Oneida Nation.  The holding company structure allows for efficiencies of shared administrative services such as Human Resources, Marketing, Finance, and Management among other overhead costs that are provided to its subsidiaries.

The duties of the Chairperson are to:

  • Be the principal Board member who oversees the activities of the Company by consulting with the officers of the Company, provides support if requested by the Company’s officers and also serves as the communication bridge between the Board of Managers and the Company’s officers;
  • Preside at and conduct all Board meetings;
  • Sign, execute and deliver contracts, instruments and any other legal documents if requested by the officers of the Company in conducting Company business;
  • Perform all other duties incident to the office of the Chairperson.  The Board of Managers may assign responsibility for certain administrative functions relating to the Chairperson’s duties including; keeping records of Board actions; taking minutes at Board meetings; sending out meeting announcements; distributing copies of the minutes and the agenda to Board members, and maintaining the proper records of Board actions; to and individual, who may be an employee
  • Education and Experience in the technical field of engineering, environmental, construction or any related field and a professional license is strongly preferred. Examples of professional licenses are Professional Engineer (“PE”), Professional Geologist (“PG”), General Contractor license and/or Architect (“AIA”). The Chairperson must be in good standing with regard to such licenses.

 

Qualifications

  • Indian Preference will be followed.
  • Education and Experience: Must have obtained a Bachelor’s degree or a more advanced degree from and accredited college or university in all diversified fields with 10 years of management experience. However, the technical field of civil engineering, environmental, construction or any related field is strongly preferred, One of the three Board Members should have the above technical education and experience background. If the number of Board Members is increased, a minimum of 1/3 of the Board Members should have the above technical education and experience background.
  • Managers cannot:
    a) be an owner, manager, employee consultant or Board member in or to a business engaged in a line of business similar to the Company-i.e., environmental, remediation, construction, engineering, and emergency response services, or a related business, e.g., a supplier or equipment provider, or serve on the board of directors of any similar or related business-unless the other Company is also owned by Oneida Nation ; or
    b) be and employee of a government agency that is a client of the Company; or
    c) in the past two years have been employed by a government agency or have been and independent consultant/contractor conducting business on behalf of a government agency that has competition and no conflict of interest is proven.  For the purpose of b) and c), the Oneida Nation shall not be considered to be a government agency.
  • Conduct: The Managers cannot have been convicted of, or have pleaded guilty to a crime involving dishonesty or breach of trust, or a crime which would be a felony under current, applicable law.  The Managers must be well regarded in the Tribe and have long-term reputation for the highest ethical and moral standards.

Members & Term (Updated 10/25/2017)

Jacqueline Zalim, Chair  03/28/12 to 03/14/17
Butch Rentmeester 03/28/12 to 03/14/17
Lisa Summers BC Liaison
Ernest Stevens III BC Liaison
Trish King BC Liaison Alternate
Daniel Guzman King BC Liaison Alternate

Governing Document

Oneida ESC Group LLC. Operating Agreement

Contact

Please contact Heather Cotey, Corporate Administrator, (414) 607-6728 or [email protected] for requests relating to the Corporation.

 

Oneida Golf Course Enterprise Corporation

Purpose

Oneida Golf Enterprise (OGEC) d.b.a. Thornberry Creek at Oneida (TCO) is a wholly owned corporation of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, purchased in 2009. TCO is a 27-hole premier golf facility located in Oneida, Wisconsin on 308 acres. TCO offers entertainment through an award winning 27-hole golf facility, many dining options in the sports pub and an expansive 7000 square foot ballroom for corporate, wedding and social events.

Qualifications

  • One member will have financial expertise which will include current or past employment experience in the banking industry.
  • One member will have experience with golf course management through current or past employment.
  • One member will have business and management experience which includes experience in the hospitality industry.
  • One member will be a Tribal manager with experience and knowledge of marketing, advertising, public relations, and experience with Oneida Nation policies, procedures and current programs.
  • One member will have experience in general business and management procedures from current or past employment.
  • All qualified applicants should possess a working knowledge of the Oneida Nation.

Members & Term (Updated 10/25/2017)

Janice Hirth, Agent 04/15/13 to 04/15/18
Trish King BC Liaison
Tehassi Hill BC Liaison Alternate

Governing Documents

Please click here for the by-laws.

Oneida Golf Enterprise Charter

Contact

Please contact Dena Skenandore at 434-8660 x-121 0r [email protected]  for requests relating to the Corporation.

Oneida Seven Generations Corporation

Purpose

Oneida Seven Generations Corporation (OSGC) was created in 1996 to form a partnership which enabled Bellin Health Service to build the medical complex located on the corner of Highway 172 and Packerland Drive.

The purpose of the corporation is to develop sound business relationships and long-term income streams for the Oneida Nation through the leasing of commercial properties.

Qualifications

  • Must be an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation
  • Must be twenty-one (21) years or older, provided that at least two (2) Board members may be non-members of the Tribe.
  • All members may serve unlimited terms of office, provided that if non-members are appointed in accordance with this Article they shall be limited to a single five (5) year term.
  • Must have experience in one (1) or more of the following areas: real estate, commercial development, business management, risk management, finance, tribal government or accounting.

Members & Term (Updated 10/25/17)

Pete King III, Agent 05/27/17
Brandon Stevens BC Liaison
Trish King BC Liaison Alternate

Governing Documents

Oneida Seven Generations Corp. By-Laws

Oneida Seven Generations Corporation Charter

Contact

Please contact Becky Demmith, Administrative Assistant,  (920)347-0500 for requests relating to the Corporation.

Oneida Total Integrated Enterprises

Purpose

The primary purpose of OTIE is to provide economic diversification and generate revenue for the Tribe from global sources and increase the revenue and assets for the Tribe. To reach this goal more quickly, OTIE was certified in the SBA 8(a) program in order to obtain 8(a) opportunities. 

Qualifications

  • DBE Certification: At all time during which the Company is certified by the Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation (DOT) as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), all members must be socially and economically disadvantaged as defined by applicable requirements and regulations of DOT in effect from time to time, which require affirmation of the individuals as a female or inclusion in a minority ethnic group and have a personal net worth of less than $750,000.
  • Indian Preference will be followed.
  • Education/Experience: Must have obtained a Bachelor’s degree or a more advanced degree from an accredited university or college in all diversified fields with ten (10) years of management experience. However, the technical field of civil engineering, environmental, construction or any related field is strongly preferred. Two of the five Board Members should have the above technical education and experience background.
  • Board Members cannot:
    (a) be an owner, manager, employee, consultant or Board member in or to a business engaged in a line of business similar to the Company, i.e., environmental, remediation, construction, engineering, and emergency response services, or a related business; or
    (b) be an employee of a government agency that is a client of the Company; or
    (c) in the past two years have been employed by a government agency or have been an independent consultant/contractor conducting business on behalf of a government agency that has been a client of the Company; or (d) be any of the above unless after full disclosure no competition and no conflict of interest is proven. For the purpose of (b) and (c), the Tribe shall not be considered to be a government agency.
  • Conduct: Cannot have been convicted of, or have pleaded guilty to a crime involving dishonesty or breach of trust, or a crime which would be a felony under current, applicable law. The Members must be well regarded in the Tribe and have a long-term reputation for the highest ethical and moral standards.
  • Please submit a resume including college degree information (college name, degree, major, and graduation year) and detailed career related Experience.

Members & Term (Updated 10/25/2017)

 Vacant  
 Bryan Van Stippen 01/20/17 to 01/31/21
 Darius Parks 01/20/17 to 01/31/20   
 Vacant  
 Terry Cornelius 01/20/17 to 01/31/20

Governing Documents

Oneida Total Integrated Enterprises Operating Agreement

Contact

Please contact Heather Cotey, Corporate Administrator, (414) 607-6728 or [email protected] for requests relating to the Corporation.

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