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Press Kit

Business Committee Bios

Tehassi Hill, Chairman

Brandon Stevens, Vice-Chairman

Trish King, Treasurer

Lisa Summers, Secretary

Kirby Metoxen, Councilman

Ernest Stevens III, Councilman

Jenny Webster, Councilwoman

Daniel Guzman, Councilman

David Jordan, Councilman

Business Committee Photos

Meet the Members 

Officers

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Tribal Chairman
Tehassi Hill
920-869-4354
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Assistant
Danelle Wilson
920-869-4389
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Senior Policy Advisor
Laura Laitinen-Warren
920-869-4427
[email protected]

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

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

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Trish King
920-869-4462
[email protected]

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

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Tribal Secretary    
Lisa Summers  
920-869-4478
[email protected] 
 
Assistant
Chris Cornelius
920-869-4434
[email protected]

 

Council Members

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

Assistant
Rosa Laster

TH Councilman
Ernest Stevens III
920-869-4382
[email protected]

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

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

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

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Councilman
Daniel Guzman
920-869-4366
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Assistant
Fawn Billie
920-869-363
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JW Councilwoman
Jennifer Webster
920-869-4457
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Assistant
Jessica Wallenfang

Employment Statistics

January 2016

All Employees 2711
Enrolled Oneida 1561
Enrolled other tribe 183
All others 967
Gaming Employees 1041
Enrolled Oneida 562
Enrolled other tribe 87
All others 392
Programs/Enterprises/Non-divisional 1670
Enrolled Oneida 999
Enrolled other tribe 96
All others 575

Enrollments Statistics

Population (Enrolled)   17,017
On reservation                                   4,487
Brown and Outagamie Counties   2,964

 

 

 

 

                         

 

 

 

 

Land Statistics

Reservation size: 64,000 acres

Tribal owned: 24,427 acres

 

Services

Community:   

The Oneida Nation is a proud sponsor of many events and community activities in Northeastern Wisconsin such as historic Lambeau Field, the March of Dime’s “Walk America”, Brown County Children’s Charity, and C.P. Telethon and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin telethon are just a few of the area fund raising events the tribe has been involved with over the past several years.

In addition to the sponsorship and advertisements, the Oneida Nation has budgeted over $100,000 a year towards non-Oneida events and organizations.

Services:

The Oneida Tribe provides numerous services not only to tribal members but to those in the community as well. Services that are provided include but are not limited to: Oneida Community Health Center (Including optical, dental, and pharmacy), Conservation Department (similar to the Wisconsin DNR), Environmental Health and Safety Division, Land Management, Behavioral Health, Oneida Social Services, Oneida Recreation Department (similar to Boys and Girls Clubs), Oneida Fitness Center, Veterans Department, Oneida Police Department, Transit Department, Arts Department, Oneida Tribal School system, Anna John Nursing Home, and Education Department.

The Oneida Nation pays for services provided to properties held in trust by the United States within the reservation boundaries by entering into service agreements with local municipalities.  

 

 

Quick Stats

Reservation size      120 square miles
Gaming Compact fees paid to state of Wisconsin since 1994 $100,000,000 +
Weekly payroll  $2,000,000 +
Amount paid in real estate taxes $1,300,000 +
Amount paid to local municipalities in Service agreements $1,000,000 +
Number of jobs provided by the Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin 2,700 +
   

Revenue: $409M FY >15 balanced budget

The Oneida Tribe has numerous revenue generators. These include: Oneida Bingo and Casino, Oneida Retail (Convenience Stores, Gas Stations, and Tobacco), Radisson Hotel and Conference Center, Thornberry Creek at Oneida Golf Course, Wingate Hotel, Oneida Land Management, and Oneida Market.

Corporations:

The Oneida Tribe also has a handful of corporations. These corporations strive to maximize shareholder value. Tribally owned corporations include: Oneida Hotel Corporation, Oneida Total Integrated Enterprises (Engineering Firm), Oneida Golf Enterprise, Oneida Seven Generations Corporation, and Oneida ESC Group (Construction), and Bay Bank.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Logo and Official Seal

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