BRAD DUCKER

Vice Chairman

Enrolled member of the Ponca Tribe.  Grew up in Lynch, Ne. Graduated from University of South Dakota in Springfield, SD. Employed by Rural Electric Co. for 32 years, retired,  where I was a Lineman, equipment purchaser, hazmat and PCB coordinator. Small business owner for 30+ years. Served on Board of Education, Friends of Library, Ponca Election Board and North Park Homes board. Currently living in Oneill with my wife of 39 years.

JAMISON JOHNSON

Treasurer

Jamison has over 20 years of technical sales and consulting experience in the telecommunications, networking and computing industries.  His dedicated customer advocacy and professionalism, while consistently meeting his clients’ business objectives and lowering costs has positioned him as a trusted advisor in the Information Technology space. He has experience working with small, medium, and large organizations, including Boeing, and the U.S. Federal Court System, and is currently applying his expertise at a start-up company that specializes in IT asset recovery and recycling.

Jamison is a member of The ManKind Project an organization that provides powerful personal growth opportunities for men.  He also enjoys volunteering at animal sanctuaries and is a proponent of animal rights.  Jamison and his wife, Shelly, of 13 years and daughter Jocelyn reside in Marana, AZ.

OTTO LAPOINTE

Secretary

DENNIS JOHNSON

At large

Dennis is a life-long College and University educator and administrator whose teaching expertise includes the fields of Cultural Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology.  He retired after teaching for over 52 years.  He also served as the Social Sciences Division Chairman at Monterey Peninsula College and as the college Senate President and California State Senate Representative.

Dennis was the CEO of Caden Development, LLC, a residential development and construction company.  Currently, he works freelance as a Research Consultant and is the Executive Producer of Native American Film Productions, a company dedicated to making documentary films which record and preserve Native American and Mayan cultural life and artifacts.