Youngblood has over twenty-eight years of public service/first responder experience with a core proficiency in Indian Law, Indian Culture and Disaster cleanup. He is also an instructor certified by the Department of Energy (NNSACTOS), Emergency Management Institute (EMI), and the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) to name a few. He has been awarded a Master’s degree in Emergency Management with a specialization in Organizational Leadership.
Katina has twenty-five years experience working with various non-profit organizations in the Fresno Area, as well as the greater Los Angeles area. She also has over a decade of experience in Human Resources, and has headed the Human Resource Departments for two large non-profits; one in Fresno, California and previously another in Los Angeles, California. She has strong policy writing skills, a deep knowledge of compliancy, employee and organizational relations, budgeting and compensation, market salary analytics, as well as Federal and State Labor Laws.
Deborah has over twelve years of experience in Law Enforcement as a dispatcher and background investigator with several law enforcement agencies such as, the Fresno Police Department, Madera Police Department, and the Table Mountain Gaming Commission. She attended college in Miami, Florida as well as Fresno, California with a concentration in Education and Indian Studies, and has completed her FEMA NIMS compliance with a certification in Health Care Leadership from the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP).
Doctor Hansen holds a doctorate in Political Science from Texas Tech University. He was Co-Coordinator of the Africana & American Indian Studies Program at California State University, Fresno from 2007-2010, was tenured and promoted to Associate Professor in 2008. and eventually promoted to Full Professor in 2014. Doctor Hansen has taught the following courses: American Indian Law, Indians of California, Contemporary Life of the American Indian, Organization Theory, Public Personnel Administration, American Government, Politics & Conflict, Homeland Security Administration, Environmental Politics, Latin American Politics. His credited publications are as follows: The New Politics of Indian Gaming (2011), and The Greening of Pentagon Brownfields (2004).
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