Faces Behind The Tribal College MovementNov 15th, 2002 | By tcj | Category: 14-2: American Indian Higher Education Consortium 30th Anniversary, Features
Starting with this issue, the Tribal College Journal will publish photos to salute some of the many people behind the tribal college movement. Due to space limitations, we cannot print their many achievements, which would fill a book. These are just some of the faces who have played significant roles for 10 years or more. We invite you to submit pictures of others who we may publish throughout the anniversary year.
Dr. James Shanley (Assiniboine), president of Fort Peck Community College since 1984, current president of AIHEC, past president of Sitting Bull College, and a founder of the American Indian College Fund.
Dr. Carty Monette (Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa), president of Turtle Mountain Community College since 1979, past president of AIHEC.
David Gipp (Hunkpapa Lakota), first executive director of AIHEC 1973-1977, president of United Tribes Technical College since 1977, former president of AIHEC.
Dr. Janine Pease-Pretty on Top (Crow), president of Little Big Horn College for 14 years, former president of AIHEC.
Gerald One Feather (Oglala Lakota), first president of AIHEC board, a founder of Oglala Lakota College, and a current board member of OLC.
Dr. Joe McDonald (Salish & Kootenai), president of Salish Kootenai College since 1978, past president of American Indian College Fund
Dr. Verna Fowler (Menominee), founding and current president of College of Menominee Nation since 1992, past WHITCU Board Member