Board of Directors
Judy Gobert, M.S. Chairperson, (Blackfeet,
Nakota, Salish), Dean, Math and Sciences, Salish Kootenai College,
background in microbiology and biochemistry. She brings extensive
linkages to tribal leadership and educational institutions on
Jonathan Marks, Ph.D., Vice-Chairman,
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of North
Carolina, Charlotte. He brings expertise in molecular anthropology,
evolutionary theory, history, human genetics, and sociology and
philosophy of science.
Pemina Yellow Bird, Secretary-Treasurer,
(Mandan/Hidatsa/Arikara) member, North Dakota Intertribal Reinterment
Committee, Tribal NAGPRA representative. She brings expertise
in reburial and repatriation issues.
George J. Annas, J.D., MPH, is the Edward
R. Utley Professor and Chair, Health Law Department, Boston University
School of Medicine and School of Law. He brings expertise
in human rights and health, bioethics, genetic discrimination,
Marla Big Boy, J.D. (Lakota) Attorney
at Law, brings expertise in tribal and federal Indian law, and
extensive knowledge in scientific analysis of ancient remains
and repatriation issues.
Ruth Hubbard, Ph.D. Professor Emerita of Biology at Harvard
Robb Hunter, J.D. (Washoe, Shoshone/Paiute)
Associate, Monteau & Peebles, LLP, Phoenix, Arizona. He brings
expertise tribal and federal Indian law.
Alvin Moyle (Shoshone/Paiute) Tribal Chairman,
Fallon Shoshone-Paiute Tribe. He brings extensive knowledge in
repatriation issues, and important linkages to national tribal
Stuart A. Newman, Ph.D. Professor of
Cell Biology and Anatomy at New York Medical College, Valhalla,
New York. He brings extensive activist and scientific expertise
in the social implications of science and the genetic manipulation
Dave Pratt (Sioux Valley Dakota Nation) Traditional
spiritual leader and medicine man from the Gordon Reserve, Saskatchewan.
He brings extensive traditional knowledge and spiritual guidance.
Martin Teitel, Ph.D., Executive Director,
David H. Smith Foundation. He brings expertise in food and
agriculture issues, environmental issues, and human rights, and
extensive knowledge in private sector grantmaking to biotech activist
Jeanette Wolfley, J.D. (Shoshone/Bannock)
Attorney, Counsel to Shoshone Bannock Tribes, Ft. Hall, Idaho,
Adjunct Associate Professor, Idaho State University, Indian Studies
Program. She brings expertise in federal Indian law, natural and
cultural resource protection, and environmental regulation.
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