Human Resources Subcommittee
Updated May 2017
The Human Resources Subcommittee consists of the following:
- Arthur M. Broncheau, Chairman
- Samuel N. Penney, Vice-Chairman
- Liz Arthur-Attao, Member
- Casey Mitchell, Member
- Bill Picard, Member
- Quincy Ellenwood, Member
- Family Services - Arthur M. Broncheau
- Housing - Liz Arthur-Attao, Mary Jane Miles
- Senior Citizens - Liz Arthur-Attao, Arthur M. Broncheau, Quincy
- Veterans - Liz Arthur-Attao, Arthur M. Broncheau, Quincy
- Education -
Bill Picard, Samuel N. Penney, Casey L. Mitchell
- Youth - Bill Picard, Casey L. Mitchell, Quincy Ellenwood
- Boys & Girls Club Board - Samuel N. Penney, Casey L.
- Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board - Samuel N. Penney,
Delegate; Ledora McDougal, NMPH Executive Director, Alternate
- Healing Lodge - Samuel N. Penney, Delegate; Bill Picard,
- Nimiipuu Health Liaisons - Arthur M. Broncheau, Samuel N. Penney
The Human Resources Subcommittee meets the first and third Mondays of each
month at 8:30 am to 2:00 pm. (Open to Tribal members).
We envision all Nez Perce Tribal members and families healthy, nurtured,
safe, educated, and supported by tribal and communities resources.
- To respect the human dignity of the people we serve and provide
effective, quality service to the Nez Perce Tribe and its members.
- To work collaboratively and cooperatively to strengthen families
- To support Tribal programs and staff in carrying out their respective
- To define a common vision and mission in which the programs,
departments, and affiliates can work collaboratively and cooperatively in
carrying out their respective goals and objectives on behalf of the Nez
Perce Tribe and its members
- To represent the Nez Perce Tribe and Tribal programs at the local,
regional, and national levels
Description of Services
The Human Resources Subcommittee meets the first and third Monday of each
month to review and approve actions from the Human Resources Subcommittee.
The Human Resources Subcommittee provides policy review, formulation, and
recommendation to the NPTEC regarding areas which impact the health and well
being of the Nez Perce Tribe and its members whether it is at the internal,
local, regional or national level.
Social Services; Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF); Education;
Enrollment; Senior Citizens; Commodity Foods; Students for Success; Veterans;
BIA Welfare Assistance; Child Protection Services; Financial Assistance; Indian
Child Welfare; Victim's Assistance; NMPH; Head Start/Early Head Start; Tribal
Employment Rights Office.