Tribal Administration

Chief of the Chiricahua Apache Mimbreno Nde Nation

AA1 Chief Carlos Runningwolf

 

Medicine Woman 

M1 Sara Eaglewoman
When Sara Eaglewoman was quite young her family recognized that she had the gifts of intuitive vision and the ability to heal. She is known by many as the Urban Shaman, one who practices the ancient ways bringing them to life to heal and transform in today’s world. She brings the gifts of the Eagle to the trenches of today’s society and ones own personal life challenges. Described by those who have experienced her work as a “Miracle Worker”, “Holy Woman” and a “Doctor of the Soul”, Sara Eaglewoman is a conduit of the light, an open channel through which the Great Spirit works. She is a bridge to the Ancestors and Ascended Masters. A mystic and visionary of impeccable discernment, she embodies integrity and devotion. Eaglewoman transforms your life by changing the “outcome” to “become”.

Tribal Chief Runningwolf is very honored and very pleased to have on his staff a very knowledgible, competent and well spoken Medicine Woman. Her resume speaks for itself.

 

Tribal Council Members

C1  John Windtaker Luna

C2  Candice Rose Hixenbaugh

C3  Richard Hernandez

C4  Nighthawk

C5  Garrett Saracho

C6  Allan Espinoza

C7  At Large

 

Speakers

S1 Men – Open Seat

S2 Women – Open Seat

S3 Elders & Children -Open Seat

 

Falcon Council Members (Economic Development Team)

F1  Mark (at large)

F2  Charles Holloway

F3  Sky Conway

F4  Kevin Valan

 

NOTE: These positions are still in the process of being filled as tribal membership grows.

We are looking for Volunteers and Interns to do office work at home on their computers. If the tribal members show competency and due diligence in the performance of their work for a period of one year, when the nation’s trust funds are filled, we will provide them an income of $60,000 a year, tax free. We will also pay retroactively for the year of work they have done without supervision.