Alex (Kisa) Jimenez (Hopi) 
Founder and Executive Director; Native youth advocate; provides counseling and help with alcohol and drug addiction; worked with gang members and assisted in gang prevention for more than 20 years. Attends Muckleshoot Tribal College and is earning a degree in drug and alcohol counseling.

Vice Chairman

Brian M. Frisina

MPA in Tribal Governance / Concentrated in Tribal Law, and Raven Redbone KAOS Radio 89.3 Olympia WA.

Operations Advisor

Chief Arvol Lookinghorse (Lakota)
19th Generation Keeper of the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe, the youngest ever; widely recognized as a chief and the spiritual leader of all seven branches of the Lakota tribes.


Heather Hafer Cole
Graduate student in Communication and Leadership studies at Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA. Completing Thesis “Indigenous Engagement and Resistance in the 21st Century:  Empowering Indigenous Identity with Indigenous Film.” Completed sequence in Intercultural Communication and International Media, Cagli, Italy, earning an International Media Certificate in 2012. Member of Gonzaga University’s Lamda Pi Eta-Iota Rho Graduate Chapter for Excellence in Communication. Teach For American Corps Member 2014, South Dakota.


Position available

Position temperarily being fulled by Chairman Alex (Kisa) Jimenez and Tax Actionteam Auburn WA.