|President||Salish Kootenai College |
| Vice President||Navajo Technical University |
|Secretary||Nueta Hidatsa Sanish College|
Secretary Tammy Hammer.
|Treasurer||Haskell Indian Nations University |
Treasurer Thomas Lee Berryhill Jr., I am Muscogee creek citizen and I am proud to be your 2019-2020 AIHEC Student Congress Treasurer. Currently, a senior in the Business Administration program at Haskell Indian Nation University and expecting to graduate in the spring. I am also the vice-president of the Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity Iota Chapter, and an American Indian College Fund Ambassador.
|Historian||United Tribes Technical College|
Historian Kimberlee Blevins
|Sergeant at Arms||Sitting Bull College|
Sergeant at Arms Samantha Borah
|Great Lake Regional Representative||Leech Lake Tribal College|
Great Lake Representative Verna King is a proud Anishinaabe enrollee of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe. She is a veteran
of the U.S. Navy, a tribal elder, and a full-time student working on obtaining
two degrees: Indigenous Leadership and Business Management at Leech Lake Tribal
|Midwest Regional Representative||Sitting Bull College|
Midwest Regional Representative Alexandria Borah. My name is Alexandria Borah, I also go by Lexi. I am from Mobridge, South Dakota. I go to Sitting Bull College and am working on getting my associates in human services. After that I plan continuing my degree at Sitting Bull College and getting my bachelors in Social Work. And Lastly, I hope to get my masters in school counseling at another institution. I love meeting new people and helping people as well. I also love my tribal college, it has provided me with great opportunities and has allowed me to meet a lot of great people.
|Sergeant at Arms||Institute of American Indian Arts|
Southwest Representative Caleigh L. Benally Ya’at’eeh, my name is
Caleigh L. Benally. I am from the Navajo tribe but I also honor my Jemez
bloodline from my grandfather. I hail from Farmington, New Mexico attending
Institute of American Indian Arts as a senior; earning my Bachelor of Arts
in Cinematic Arts &Technology.
|Northwest Regional Representative||Northwest Indian College |
Lindy Warden is a member of the Nez Perce Tribe. She is currently attending Northwest Indian College (NWIC) from the Nez Perce site. Since attending NWIC she has completed her Associate of Arts and Sciences and is currently working towards a Bachelor of Science in Native Environmental Science. She currently serves as the Northwest Regional Representative on the 2019-2020 AIHEC Student Congress.