New Leadership for Tubatulabal Tribe; Recognition, Economic Development Among Top Priorities

Indian Country Today

The new year had barely dawned and Tubatulabal Tribe Chairman Robert Gomez was hard at work on the priorities he and the council had established for the year.

It’s a heavy load: Federal recognition. Economic development. Professional development for tribal leadership. Community outreach. Continued relationship building with local, state and federal agencies, as well as the local Native and non-Native communities...

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Walker, Richard. "New Leadership for Tubatulabal Tribe; Recognition, Economic Development Among Top Priorities." Indian Country Today. March 08, 2013. Article. (, accessed May 30, 2024)

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