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Susan M. Masten

Chairman

Indian Law Resource Center

HQ Phone:  (406) 449-2006

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Indian Law Resource Center

602 North Ewing Street

Helena, Montana,59601

United States

Company Description

The Indian Law Resource Center is a non-profit law and advocacy organization established and directed by American Indians. The Center is based in Helena, Montana and also has an office in Washington, DC. We provide legal assistance without charge to Indian and... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President

Union Bank Chairperson at


Chairman

Yurok Tribe


President

National Congress of American Indians


Affiliations

Women Empowering Women for Indian Nations

Founder and Co-President


Klamath Chamber of Commerce

Founding Member


National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development

Board Member


Vice-Chairwoman

Moderator


Festival

Board Member


Education

Oregon State University


AA degree

Charter High School


Web References(93 Total References)


Observations from the October Tribal Leaders Consultations | Indian Law Resource Center

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Susan Masten, chairman of the Center's board, former chairman of the Yurok Tribe, and past President of NCAI, explained how the right to self-determination articulated in the Declaration is critical to her community's ability to protect its citizens from violence, particularly women and children.
Her reservation is located in California, a Public Law 280 state.


Board of Directors | Indian Law Resource Center

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Susan M. Masten,Yurok
Chairperson of the Board


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Susan M. Masten, Yurok.


2003 Ecotrust Indigenous Leadership Award Honoree: Susan Masten

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Honoree: Susan Masten
Susan Masten Susan Masten (Photo courtesy Northwest Indian Fish Commission) Download a hi-res image: right-click here and select Save As (4.6mb TIF) "I'm a firm believer that when you have capabilities as individuals or organizations, you have the responsibilities to be a part of making your communities healthier and more prosperous." -Susan Masten Susan Masten is honored as a finalist for the 2003 Ecotrust Indigenous Leadership Award for her work advocating the legal and human rights of indigenous communities on a local, state and national level over the past 25 years. She is the Yurok Tribal Chairperson and lives in Hoopa along the Northern California coast. Masten has served as co-chair of the National Trust Reform Task Force. She is also on the Board of Directors of the Indian Law Resource Center. Masten has given more than 100 keynote addresses and presentations to numerous organizations including the University of Oregon's Environmental Racism Conference, National Indian Education Association and President Clinton's Digital Divide Roundtable. While serving as president of the National Congress of American Indians, Masten advocated for Native Americans on a variety of issues including energy, natural resource management, housing and sovereignty protection. Masten also served as the National Congress of American Indians First-Vice President from 1994 to 1996. Masten attended college at Oregon State University and was elected one of the original presidents of the Native American Student Association. After graduation, she returned to California and worked for United Indian Development Association as a promotion and marketing specialist. Masten then returned to the Yurok reservation and helped to secure the tribe's "not less than fifty percent of harvest" of salmon on the Klamath River. From 1988 to 1991, she served as a Yurok Transition Team Member to implement the Hoopa-Yurok Settlement Act. Masten also served on the Intertribal Monitoring Association on Indian Trust Funds from 1991 to 2002, and the Yurok Interim Tribal Council from 1991 to 1992. She has been Tribal Chair since 1997. For the past twenty-seven years, Masten has served as the master of ceremonies at the American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco. She has also served as Klamath Chamber of Commerce President and chair of the Klamath River Traditional Indian Fishers Committee. Masten is active in traditional Yurok practices including fishing on the Klamath River and is responsible for the care of the family's ceremonial regalia. Susan Masten YOU ARE HERE: Ecotrust.org > Native Programs > Ecotrust Indigenous Leadership Award > 2003 Ecotrust Indigenous Leadership Award > Susan Masten ecotrust.org 721 NW 9th Avenue Suite 200


2003 Ecotrust Indigenous Leadership Award Honoree: Susan Masten

www.ecotrust.org [cached]

Honoree: Susan Masten
Susan Masten Susan Masten (Photo courtesy Northwest Indian Fish Commission) Download a hi-res image: right-click here and select Save As (4.6mb TIF) "I'm a firm believer that when you have capabilities as individuals or organizations, you have the responsibilities to be a part of making your communities healthier and more prosperous." -Susan Masten Susan Masten is honored as a finalist for the 2003 Ecotrust Indigenous Leadership Award for her work advocating the legal and human rights of indigenous communities on a local, state and national level over the past 25 years. She is the Yurok Tribal Chairperson and lives in Hoopa along the Northern California coast. Masten has served as co-chair of the National Trust Reform Task Force. She is also on the Board of Directors of the Indian Law Resource Center. Masten has given more than 100 keynote addresses and presentations to numerous organizations including the University of Oregon's Environmental Racism Conference, National Indian Education Association and President Clinton's Digital Divide Roundtable. While serving as president of the National Congress of American Indians, Masten advocated for Native Americans on a variety of issues including energy, natural resource management, housing and sovereignty protection. Masten also served as the National Congress of American Indians First-Vice President from 1994 to 1996. Masten attended college at Oregon State University and was elected one of the original presidents of the Native American Student Association. After graduation, she returned to California and worked for United Indian Development Association as a promotion and marketing specialist. Masten then returned to the Yurok reservation and helped to secure the tribe's "not less than fifty percent of harvest" of salmon on the Klamath River. From 1988 to 1991, she served as a Yurok Transition Team Member to implement the Hoopa-Yurok Settlement Act. Masten also served on the Intertribal Monitoring Association on Indian Trust Funds from 1991 to 2002, and the Yurok Interim Tribal Council from 1991 to 1992. She has been Tribal Chair since 1997. For the past twenty-seven years, Masten has served as the master of ceremonies at the American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco. She has also served as Klamath Chamber of Commerce President and chair of the Klamath River Traditional Indian Fishers Committee. Masten is active in traditional Yurok practices including fishing on the Klamath River and is responsible for the care of the family's ceremonial regalia. Susan Masten YOU ARE HERE: Ecotrust.org > Native Programs > Ecotrust Indigenous Leadership Award > 2003 Ecotrust Indigenous Leadership Award > Susan Masten 721 NW 9th Avenue Suite 200 Portland, Oregon 97209 503.227.6225 503.222.1517 fax


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