Biographies

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Currently in her 3rd term as Tribal Chairwoman, Cheryl Andrews-Maltais serves on the USET Board of Directors, BIA TSGAC delegation the Eastern Region, TIBC, CDC-TAC, SAMHSA-TAC, and HHS-STAC, as well as several external committees and foundations. She also serves on the AWT-CHC and is Chairwoman of the Aquinnah Wampanoag Gaming Corporation.

Before re-election as Tribal Chairwoman in 2016, Mrs. Maltais completed a Presidential appointment in DC for the Obama Administration as the 1st Tribal Leader to become a Sr. Advisor to the Asst Secretary-Indian Affairs.

Vice-ChairMAN

Four-term Vice-Chairman Richard Randolph.

Treasurer

Stephanie White has been Tribal Treasurer for 20+ years.

secretary

A member of Tribal Council for many of the years from the early 1980s, and Tribal Elder, Eleanor M. Hebert has been an active participant in Tribal affairs through Committees and Administration for a good portion of her adult life.

She is also Chairman of the Gay Head Cemetery Commissioners and an active member of the Town of Aquinnah.


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The Natural Resources Department is charged with the management of our naturally occurring cranberry bogs. The bogs are located on a property that has been left in its natural state and supports primary sustenance foods including over 30 acres of natural cranberry bogs, beach plums, rose hips, high bush and low lying blueberry, sassafras, and traditional medicinal plants. 

cHairwoman -

The Natural Resources Department is charged with the management of our naturally occurring cranberry bogs. The bogs are located on a property that has been left in its natural state and supports primary sustenance foods including over 30 acres of natural cranberry bogs, beach plums, rose hips, high bush and low lying blueberry, sassafras, and traditional medicinal plants. 

cHairwoman -

The Natural Resources Department is charged with the management of our naturally occurring cranberry bogs. The bogs are located on a property that has been left in its natural state and supports primary sustenance foods including over 30 acres of natural cranberry bogs, beach plums, rose hips, high bush and low lying blueberry, sassafras, and traditional medicinal plants. 

cHairwoman -

The Natural Resources Department is charged with the management of our naturally occurring cranberry bogs. The bogs are located on a property that has been left in its natural state and supports primary sustenance foods including over 30 acres of natural cranberry bogs, beach plums, rose hips, high bush and low lying blueberry, sassafras, and traditional medicinal plants. 


cHairwoman -

The Natural Resources Department is charged with the management of our naturally occurring cranberry bogs. The bogs are located on a property that has been left in its natural state and supports primary sustenance foods including over 30 acres of natural cranberry bogs, beach plums, rose hips, high bush and low lying blueberry, sassafras, and traditional medicinal plants. 

cHairwoman -

The Natural Resources Department is charged with the management of our naturally occurring cranberry bogs. The bogs are located on a property that has been left in its natural state and supports primary sustenance foods including over 30 acres of natural cranberry bogs, beach plums, rose hips, high bush and low lying blueberry, sassafras, and traditional medicinal plants. 

cHairwoman -

The Natural Resources Department is charged with the management of our naturally occurring cranberry bogs. The bogs are located on a property that has been left in its natural state and supports primary sustenance foods including over 30 acres of natural cranberry bogs, beach plums, rose hips, high bush and low lying blueberry, sassafras, and traditional medicinal plants. 


cHairwoman -

The Natural Resources Department is charged with the management of our naturally occurring cranberry bogs. The bogs are located on a property that has been left in its natural state and supports primary sustenance foods including over 30 acres of natural cranberry bogs, beach plums, rose hips, high bush and low lying blueberry, sassafras, and traditional medicinal plants. 

cHairwoman -

The Natural Resources Department is charged with the management of our naturally occurring cranberry bogs. The bogs are located on a property that has been left in its natural state and supports primary sustenance foods including over 30 acres of natural cranberry bogs, beach plums, rose hips, high bush and low lying blueberry, sassafras, and traditional medicinal plants.