Adam Geisler is currently in his second term as Tribal Secretary for the La Jolla Band of LuiseÃ±o Indians. Adam has also served on the Gaming Committee since 2009 and has served as the Tribe’s primary point of contact for daily gaming interaction where he has played a large role in the collection of data, feasibility studies, environmental assessments, and long term infrastructure planning. In addition, Mr. Geisler is one of only 3 Southern California representatives to the California Department of Transportation Native American Advisory Committee, where he helps steer state transportation policy and contracting opportunities with Native American governments. He also has been appointed by the Tribal Council to serve as an active member on the San Diego Association of Government’s Tribal Transportation working group. Mr. Geisler currently works for the Tribe, coordinating the Roads Department where he oversees planning and development of roads, housing, and critical infrastructure. He is the only Tribal representative on the State of California Freight Advisory Committee, where he is working on Tribal inclusion in the state’s Freight Plan and Budget. Mr. Geisler sits as the Vice Chairman of the Inter-Tribal Long Term Recovery Foundation that represents 9 of the 18 Tribes in San Diego County. The organization is a non-profit, public benefit corporation with a mission to strengthen area-wide disaster coordination on Tribal lands affected by wildfires and other disasters by sharing information, simplifying resident access to services, and jointly resolving cases with disaster-caused recovery needs. In 2008 and 2009, Mr. Geisler was the Director of Housing Management for the All Mission Indian Housing Authority (AMIHA). AMIHA serves as “The Designated Housing Entity” for 8 Tribes located throughout Southern California. In 2007, Mr. Geisler served the Tribe as the Long Term Disaster Recovery Coordinator and facilitated the communications between Tribal, federal, state, and local agencies to rebuild the La Jolla Reservation after being devastated by wildfires. Throughout the disaster, Mr. Geisler worked with numerous faith-based and community led organizations including Mennonite Disaster Services, Jewish Family Services, The San Diego Foundation, The American Red Cross and the Regional Community Response Team. Mr. Geisler holds a Bachelor of Arts and Science in Music from San Diego State University.