Meets every other Wednesday

The Board of Regents oversees the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Community College. It is a regulatory board with seven members, an emeritus member with no vote, a tribal governing board liaison and the college president. Board members are paid a $75 stipend per meeting. Members serve 3-year terms.

Members include;

Jason Bisonette, Chairman

Gary Gerber, Daryl Coons, Jr., Shawna Coons, Jim Schlender, Kyle Bisonette, Marie Basty

Dr. Russell Swagger, LCO College President

Daryl Coons, Sr., Emeritus

Jason Schlender, TGB Liaison

LCO College Board of Regents

Meets 3rd Wednesday of the month

The LCO College Community Library Board oversees the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Community College Library. It is an ad-hoc committee with seven members and a liaison from the Sawyer County Board. Committee members receive 0 stipend per meeting.

Members include;

Marie Kuykendall, President

Katherine Mason, Vice President

Annette Wiggins, Treasurer

Thelma Nayquonabe, Christine Stamper, Iris Humphries, Leslie Ramczyk

Jim Schlender, Sawyer County Board Liaison

LCO College Library Board

Meets 2nd Thursday of each month

9:00 am

The Citizenship Committee oversees the Citizenship Department (formerly Enrollment Office) of the Lac Courte Oreilles Tribe. It is a standing committee with seven members and the Citizenship Office Director. Members are paid a $75 stipend per meeting. Members serve 4-year terms.

 

Members include;

Dave Bisonette, Chairman

Vice Chairman, Secretary

Becky Taylor, Donna Treadway, Monica Keshic, Janet Isham, and one current vacancy

Delores DeNasha, Citizenship Director

The Citizenship Committee

Meets 2nd Tuesday of each month

The Health Advisory Board is a regulatory board that oversees the tribal clinic. The board has seven members and the health director. Members are paid a $75 stipend per meeting. Members serve 3-year terms.

 

Members include;

Vanessa Carrasco, Chairwoman

Daryl Coons, Susie Taylor, Dorothy Sharon, Faith Smith, Mona Ingerson, Vicky Carpenich

Sarah Cormell, Health Center Director

Health Advisory Board

Meets monthly

The LCO Housing Authority Board is a regulatory board that oversees the LCO Housing Authority. The board has seven members and the housing director. Members are paid a $75 stipend per meeting. Members serve 2-year terms.

 

Members include;

Dianna Ton, Chairwoman

Terrance Manuelito, Karen Breit, Pat Kakazu, Leslie Ramczyk, Renee DeBrot, Daniel Grover

Mark Montano, Housing Authority Director

Housing Authority Board

LCO Drug Task Force

Meets monthly

The LCO Drug Task Force is an ad-hoc committee tasked with creating a tribal action plan to combat the opioid crisis that has affected LCO. The board has seven members. Members are paid 0 stipend per meeting. Members have no set term.

 

Members include;

Dottie Crust, Chairwoman

Diane Sullivan, Vice Chairwoman

Sue Aasen, Michelle Haskins and there are currently 3 vacancies

All Directors are expected to attend monthly meetings

LCO Ojibwe School Board

No set time for meetings

The LCO Ojibwe School Board is made up of the LCO Tribal Governing Board members. The TGB members aren't paid a stipend when they meet and their term is 4-years, the term of their elected positions.

 

Members include;

Louis Taylor, Chairman

Jason Schlender, Vice Chairman

Jason Weaver, Secretary-Treasurer

Don Carley, Rose Gokee, Tweed Shuman, Joel Valentin

Headstart Policy Committee

Meets last Friday of the month

The LCO Headstart Policy Committee is a committee that sets policy for the LCO Headstart and Early Headstart programs. The board has four members and the headstart director. Members are paid 0 stipend per meeting.

 

Members include;

Lucy Begay, Chairwoman

Krysten Sullivan, Vice Chairwoman

Jane Young, Secretary

Anna Amparo

Barb Biller, LCO Headstart Director

The Gaming Board of Commissioners

Meets twice monthly every other Wednesday

The Gaming Board of Commissioners, also known as the Gaming Commission, is a regulatory board that oversees all of the tribe's gaming operations to insure they operate accordingly under gaming compact regulations. The board has five members and the gaming director. Members are paid a $75 stipend per meeting. There is no set term.

 

Members include;

Lynette Tribble, Chairwoman

Preston Larson, Vice Chairman

Kathy Baker, Arianna Johnson, Patricia Harrington

Jim Smith, Gaming Commission Director

The Boys & Girls Club

Meets 2nd Wednesday of each month

The Boys and Girls Club of Lac Courte Oreilles operates under supervision of an independent permanent board made up of seven members including the club director. Members are paid 0 stipend per meeting and there is no set terms.

 

Members include;

Mic Isham, President

Jessica Hutchison, Vice President/Secretary

Mark Montano, Treasurer

Lorraine Gouge

Shaylena Corbine, Youth Representative

Tweed Shuman, TGB Representative

Heather Peterson, Club Director

LCO Federal Credit Union

Meets 2nd Wednesday of each month

The LCO Federal Credit Union Board of Directors is a standing committee that oversees the LCO Tribe's credit union, the LCO Federal Credit Union. The board has seven members including the credit union director. Members are paid 0 stipend per meeting and there is no set terms.

 

Members include;

Daryl Coons, Sr., Chairman

Richard Denomie, Val Hugo, Chris Isham, Kaylee Trepanier

Don Carley, TGB Liaison

Diana Cross, LCO Federal Credit Union Director

Honor the Earth Powwow Committee

Meets monthly and several times per month before Powwow

The Powwow Committee is a special purpose committee established to organize and operate the annual Honor the Earth Powwow, one of the largest powwows in North America. The committee has 15 coordinators who are paid for their work during powwow, but not for attending meetings. Their term on the committee is a lifetime appointment.

 

Members include;

Bonnie Corbine, Co-Chairwoman

Cathy Begay, Co-Chairwoman

Lora Edley, Gates Coordinator

Edwin Carley, Maintenance and Grounds

Susie Miller, Meals Coordinator

Jim Miller, Security

Delores Belille, Spirit Run Coordinator

Rhonda Quagon, Jingle Dress Special

Amber St. Germaine, Drum/Dance Registration

Marcy Gouge, Traditional Foods Coordinator

Lucie Anderson, Pageant Coordinator

Julie Martinson, The Stand Coordinator

Dave Kellar, Sound Coordinator

Rusty Barber, Veteran's Recognition

Jason Schlender, TGB Liaison

LCO Financial Services Board of Directors

Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays every month from Noon to 1:30 pm

The LCO Financial Services Board of Directors is a regulatory board that oversees LCO Financial Services. The board has five members and the executive director and the director of operations. Members are paid a $100 stipend per meeting. Members serve 3-year terms.

 

Members include;

John (Randy) Cadotte., Chairman

William Trepania, Treasurer

Daylene Sharlow, Secretary

Tweed Shuman, Tribal Governing Board Representative

Don Carley, Tribal Governing Board Representative

Lee Harden, LCO Financial Services Executive Director

Trina Starr, LCO Financial Services Director of Operations

Sawyer County/LCO Economic Development Comm.

Meets first Thursday of every month

The Sawyer County/LCO Economic Development Committee is a joint committee made up of business and political leaders from both the LCO Reservation and other Sawyer County communities who work to increase economic development opportunities. The board has 17 members and a president. Members are paid 0 stipend per meeting and there is no set terms.

 

Members include;

Lynn Fitch, President

Tweed Shuman, Jason Weaver, Jim Anderson, Desmonde Bennett, Steve Buchart, Leo Carlson, Linda Graham, Dan Hinman, Troy Morgan, Emily Neff, Craig Olson, Bruce Paulson, Ed Peters, Chris Ruckdaschel, Heather Sheehan, Mike Stamp, Ty Wiley.

CCS Board of Directors

Meets Quarterly

The Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) Board of Directors is a standing committee that oversees the CCS program operated under LCO Behavioral Services. The board has six members and the director. Members are paid $75 stipend per meeting and there is no set terms.

 

Members include;

Marie Kuykendall, Chairwoman

Rose Barber, Lisa Kisch, Laurie Rice, Deb Baker, Becky Taylor

Marie Basty, CCS Director

Namekagon Transit Board of Directors

Meets 2nd Thursday of the month at 1:30

The Namekagon Transit Board of Directors is a joint board between representatives from Sawyer County and Lac Courte Oreilles that oversees the Namekagon Transit, a public transportation agency that serves both, the LCO Reservation, Hayward and surrounding areas. The board has six members. Members are paid 0 stipend per meeting and there is no set terms.

 

Members include;

Tweed Shuman., Chairman

Marie Kuykendall, Ron Buckholz, Hal Helwig, Elaine Nyberg

Don Carley, TGB Representative

Big Fish Golf Course Board of Directors

Meets every other Wed. at 1:00 pm at the golf course

The Big Fish Golf Course Board of Directors oversees the operations of the newly-acquired golf course by the Lac Courte Oreilles Tribe. The board consists of 5 members and the manager of the golf course. Members are paid 0 stipend per meeting and there are no set terms.

 

Members include;

Michael Black., Chairman

Randy Cadotte, Chris Rusk, and one current vacancy

Michelle Beaudin, TGB representative

Tweed Shuman, TGB representative

Indy Thompson, Golf Course Manager