|President||Northwest Indian College|
President Estabon Hayes is a citizen of the Spokane Nation in Washington State, he is an
entrepreneur and owns Zephyr Lemonade which he operates in the spring and
summer months. Estabon attends Northwest Indian College where he earned his
Associates of Arts and Sciences degree in June 2017. Currently, Estabon is
earning his bachelor's degree in Tribal Governance and Business Management and
is scheduled to graduate in June of 2019.
| Vice President||Navajo Technical University |
|Secretary||Sitting Bull College|
Secretary Jessica Baker is an enrolled member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, but is
also of Two Kettle band of Sioux, Yanktonai Dakota, Chippewa, Irish, and
Norwegian descent. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in
Native American Studies at Sitting Bull College and will graduate in the spring
of 2019. She currently serves as the 2018-19 ASC Secretary.
|Treasurer||Sitting Bull College|
Treasurer Kaylie Trottier is
a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa. Kaylie attends Sitting
Bull College, she has an Associates of Arts Degree in Business Administration.
Kaylie is a Senior this year and will graduate with her Bachelors of
Science in Business Administration in May.
|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||College of Menominee Nation|
Midwest Regional Representative Adam Schulz Posoh, Koolamalsi, Greetings, I am Adam Schulz. I am a Stockbridge/Munsee Band of Mohican
Indians first line descendant. I am currently in the Business Administration
bachelor program at the College of Menominee Nation. Our school is located on
the Menominee Reservation in Keshena, Wisconsin. I am the Midwest
Representative for AIHEC student congress. I am very active on my campus and in
my community. I am excited to serve on this committee.
|Southwest Regional Representative||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 junior; earning my Bachelor of Arts
in Cinematic Arts &Technology.
|Northwest Regional Representative||-|