National Tribal Child Support Association - NTCSANational Tribal Child Support Association - NTCSANational Tribal Child Support Association - NTCSA

 Below is a listing of the Executives Officers and Board of Directors for the National Tribal Child Support Association (NTCSA). Please direct any questions for either an Executive Officer or Board Member to NTCSA4children@gmail.com


Executive Officers

President

Sandy Cloer

Vice President

Raegan Hendrickson

Treasurer

Jamie Wirth

Secretary

Stacey Koski

 


Board of Directors

Isaac Teesateskie

Sue Smith

Stacy Caudle

William Woods Jr.

Regina Williams

Linda Moser-Buse

Carrie Yerby

Kara Pasqua

Jennifer McFaggan

Brittany St. Pierre

Jerry Sweet, (L)

Lisa Kelly Skenandore, (L)

Marsha Harlan, (L)

L = Lifetime Board Member Appointment

 


NTCSA Board Nominations

Serving on the NTCSA Board is an honor and one that comes with much responsiblity.  The NTCSA Board is a working Board that works diligently throughout the year on not only the annual conference, but several areas of Tribal Child Support. It takes commitment, dedication and hard work to be a NTCSA Board Member.

2023 - 2025 Board Nominations open May 9, 2023 and close June 9, 2023.


A completed Nomination Form must be submitted no sooner than the open date and no later than the close date.

To be an eligible nominee, you must have an active Individual Membership with the NTCSA in good standing with all dues paid. 

Candidates running for the NTCSA Board are encouraged to be present at the Board Meeting held in conjunction with the NTCSA Annual Conference.

Members of the NTCSA Board of Directors shall serve a two (2) year term following the Annual Meeting in which they were voted in to service. 

If you are a voting NTCSA Member and wish to have a proxy for your NTCSA Vote, please complete the NTCSA_Voting_Proxy_Form.pdf  and follow the instructions as listed to have the vote accurately cast.

Questions regarding nominations? Please contact the NTCSA Secretary at: NTCSA4Children@gmail.com 


NTCSA Board Elections

 

2022-2024 Term Elections were held during the 21st Annual Training Conference June 12-16, 2022 in Tulsa, OK.

Executive Officers:

Vice President: Raegan Hendrickson, White Earth
Treasurer: Jamie Wirth, White Earth 

Board Members:

Stacy Caudle, Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas
Regina Williams, Quileute Tribe
Sue Smith, Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians
Linda Moser-Buse, Ho-Chunk Nation
William Woods Jr., Three Affiliated Tribes
Isaac Teesateskie, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians 

 

2021-2023 Term Elections were held during the 20th Annual Training Conference October 18-20, 2021 in Mashantucket, CT. 

Executive Officers:

President: Sandy Cloer, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians

Board Members:

Kara Pasqua, Cherokee Nation
Jennifer McFaggan, Lac Courte Oreilles
Carrie Yerby, Modoc Nation
Brittany St. Pierre, Chippewa Cree

2019-2021 Term Elections were held during the 19th Annual Training Conference June 23-27, 2019 in Temecula, CA.

Executive Officers:

Vice President: Sandy Cloer, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
Secretary: Jamie Wirth, White Earth 

Board Members:

Stacy Caudle, Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas
Deborah Yates, Osage Nation
Regina Williams, Sokaogon Chippewa Community
Sue Smith, Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians
Willowa "Sis" Horn, Fort Belknap Indian Community
Linda Moser-Buse, Ho-Chunk Nation
William Woods Jr., Three Affiliated Tribes
Isaac Teesateksie, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians 

2018-2020 Term Elections were held during the 18th Annual NTCSA Conference (Terms were extended for 1 Year Due to COVID-19 Pandemic).

The Hon. Marsha Harlan, Legal Advocates for Indian County, LLP & Indian Collaborative Consultants, LLC (Osage Nation Member) was re-elected by the NTCSA Membership to serve another two (2) year term as President of the National Tribal Child Support Association. 
Stacey Koski, Oneida Nation (NTCSA Secretary) (1st Term)
Sunnie Bisonette, Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa (2nd Term)
Hon. Charles Tripp, Legal Advocates for Indian Country, LLP & Indian Collaborative Consultants, LLC. (Cherokee Nation Member) (2nd Term)
Awendala "Mali" Dana, Penobscot Nation (1st Term)