, 2022-12-15 03:57:00,
TAHLEQUAH, OK – The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has named Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Tina Glory-Jordan as a member of the first Tribal Intergovernmental Advisory Committee (TIAC).
“Secretary Glory-Jordan is a Cherokee citizen and a native of Northeast Oklahoma who has been a longtime leader and advocate for the Cherokee Nation and the Cherokee people,” said Chief Director Chuck Hoskin Jr. “The leadership and experience What she brings to the table will be invaluable to the new US Department of Housing and Urban Development committee, whose goal is to engage tribal leaders in HUD policies and programs.”
Secretary Glory-Jordan, one of 15 members appointed to the committee, was selected based on her qualifications and nominations from her community to engage directly with senior HUD officials on housing issues. Her term of service will run until November 28, 2024.
“I am very humbled and honored to serve on the first Intergovernmental Tribal Advisory Committee,” said Secretary Glory-Jordan. “I look forward to continuing to serve tribal communities by serving on this historic and important committee.”
The committee is being launched to strengthen nation-to-nation relationships between HUD and tribal communities, coordinate policy across all HUD programs, and advise on Indian Country’s housing priorities. TIAC’s role is to serve as…
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