Jamison Johnson is a Citizen of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska. 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.
Vincent Gonzales is a member of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska and consultant/field support engineer for the US Army Program Executive Office (PEO) Soldier. Vincent has a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership and is currently a Master of Science in Strategic Leadership (MSSL) Candidate at the University of Charleston. As a Special Operations veteran with numerous combat deployments to Iraq & Afghanistan, Vincent brings decisive leadership and government contract experience to the board. He is proven to lead, augment process improvement, and adopt change agent roles to meet organizational needs and goals. His strengths include action research, innovation, adaptability, and team collaboration through resonant leadership.
Vincent yearns to serve the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska and inspire its members to live a fulfilling & purposeful life through authenticity and self-mastery. Service is not new to him as a veteran with just under eight years of military service, now serving the Ponca people. He enjoys spending time with family & his dog Archie, traveling, visiting national & state parks, cycling, endurance sports, reading, stoic philosophy, coaching/mentoring, and watching Savannah Ghost Pirates Hockey.
Jacob Olsufka is a Citizen of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska. Jacob graduated from Wayne State in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. With nearly 15 years of experience in procurement in finance, Jacob has experience as a Procurement Prime Vendor for Nebraska Medicine as well as the Department of Defense, where he controlled and purchased medical and pharmaceutical supplies. Jacob was honored to serve the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska as the Tribal Government Chief Financial Officer as well as the Prairie Flower Casino Chief Financial Officer. Having spent his career in tribal finance and procurement, Jacob specializes in government regulations, policy development, and bookkeeping. Jacob currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer for the National Congress of American Indians.