CHIEF OFFICER/DIRECTOR: BRYAN BREWER - An enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe and a veteran who served in the Navy Seabees, earning a Purple Heart. He is also the past Tribal President of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. He taught Lakota Culture at Pine Ridge schools, was a coach, athletic director, principle and Dean of Students. He is President of the Oglala Lakota Schools and founder of the Lakota Nation Invitational Basketball Tournament. In the past 41 years, the Lakota Nation Invitational has grown to become an institution and celebration of Native youth.
CHIEF OFFICER/DIRECTOR: LORELEI HORSE STANDS WAITING - A certified English as a second language teacher who has devoted much of her time to assisting indigenous migrants from Central America who are seeking asylum in the United States. She is also a supporter and advocate for veteran's rights. She worked at domestic abuse and homeless shelters in New Mexico and South Dakota, encountering many of the issues that All Relations United is addressing in our programs.
Y-DUEN BUONDOP- A Dega/ Montegnaard from the Central Highlands of Vietnam is in exile from his homeland and currently resides in the United States . He is head of the International Dega Church Organization and is a strong advocate in Washington DC and to the Vietnamese government to bring awareness to human rights abuses and the continued genocide of the Dega/Montegnaards people in Vietnam.
FRANCISCO LOPEZ- Mexican/Indigenous American Vietnam war veteran who was deported from the United States. He is currently living in Juarez, Mexico and is director of the Deported Veteran's Support House-Juarez Bunker. Despite his service to our country, Francisco was deported 17 years ago and struggles to survive in Juarez where despite his own challenges, he is assisting and advocating for other deported veterans to be allowed to return home as well.
BILL MEANS - Oglala Lakota. Founder of the International Indian Treaty Council and President of the Board. During his 9 years as Executive Director, he was responsible for the establishment of a system for documenting human rights violations against Indians. He is Co-founder of the U.N. Working Group on Indigenous Populations and an expert on U.S. & Indian Treaty relations.
ANNA RONDON - Dine, a Navajo tribal community leader living in Gallup, New Mexico. She has 40 years of experience in community planning and community development, grant writing, social and environmental justice issues and ten years of volunteer work on Gulf War Veterans health concerns. She is director of the McKinley Community Collaborative for Health Equity.
ABDULHADI AL ATIQ - Banu Yam Indigenous Tribe. Student President of Industrial Engineering at New Mexico State University. He hosts a summer "Dreamkeepers" camp for Native American students from schools across New Mexico. Through Industrial Engineering, he is "doing something different out of our village" to create a better future for all.
SCOTT ROBERTSON - Iroquois and Pueblo Native living in Las Cruces, New Mexico. He supports and maintains traditional Native healing and cultural practices. He has experience working with traumatized youth using the sweat lodge as treatment. He worked for the Family Addiction Treatment Center in Las Cruces, New Mexico and the Sexual Assault Unit in El Paso.
TRIA BLUE WAKPA - Native, Itazipcho member. Teaches interdisciplinary and community-engaged courses at public, private, tribal, and carceral institutions including UC Berkeley, San Diego State University, University of San Francisco, Sinte Gleska University, and San Quentin State Prison. She received her Ph.D. and M.A. in ethnic studies from UC Berkeley and an M.F.A. in creative writing from San Diego State University.
DAN DAVISON - Finance Director for Toyota Canada and Bank Executive. His vision and passion is to practically implement as many business and social entities globally with design and structures that empower all of humanity with ultimate regard for the equality of the soul and respect for the earth. Dan feels there is no price too large to pay to help the noble cause of making a difference.