Pursuant to federal law, the Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation (CTGR) possesses a federal corporate charter entitled the Goshute Federal Corporation. 25 U.S.C. §477. The purpose of the Corporation is to create, promote, and manage economic development opportunities for CTGR.

The Goshute Federal Corporation has a Board of Directors, which is made up of no less than 3 and no more than 7 members. Each member will be elected by the CTGR Business Council. The terms of office for each member shall be either 2 or 4 years, as determined by the CTGR Business Council. The Board of Directors will manage the general affairs and business of the Corporation.

The CTGR Business Council seeks to immediate fill the Board of Directors positions.

The CTGR Business Council will evaluate each member of the Board of Directors upon his or her capability to advise the Board of the Corporation concerning its responsibilities as a holding company for the voting shares and ownership interests of various businesses acquired by the Corporation and engaged in a variety of business activities, and who is familiar with the business health, welfare, social well-being and self-determination interests of CTGR and with the legitimate business interests of investors and debt providers.

No person who has been convicted of a felony involving violence or lack of integrity shall sit on the Board, including without limitation conviction of a crime against children, a crime involving fraud, embezzlement, theft, conversion of money or property, misrepresentation, misuse of funds, use of a dangerous weapon, and sexual misconduct.

No person who has been convicted of a crime involving theft or conversion of money or property shall sit on the Board.

No employee of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, or Indian Health Service shall be eligible to serve as a Director during the time of such employment.

Board members shall not engage in any activity that is or creates a conflict of interest.

Each Director shall receive such compensation and expense reimbursement as is reasonable, prudent, and consistent with the Corporation’s budgets.

If you are interested, please submit your name, contact information, and a resume to Phyllis Naranjo at phyllis.naranjo@ctgr.us . If you have any questions, please contact Paul Tsosie at (801)699-1507 or at paul@tsosielaw.com .


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