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Spencer W. Willie


Throughout my 15 years of public service and 10 years business career I have committed myself to provide exemplary professional service to help improve the quality of life and public services for Indian Country.


As detailed in my resume, I possess extensive experience at all levels from working with community organizations like leading AmeriCorps programs at the local level to advocating for support of federal programs like Head Start with federal and state officials. Throughout my work experience I have learned the value of dedication and commitment to excellence and have always strived to exceed the expectations of my superiors and clients.


My employment history entails working for organizations, institutions and government agencies at levels of service, from grassroots community organizing to working across Indian Country on the National level. Aside from my actual work experience, I have extensive knowledge of public speaking, interpersonal communication, conflict resolution, human resources and a number of other areas related to effective organizational development and functional automation. I know I have the skills and talents, which answer to the specific needs of many organizations, public or private who seek to serve tribal communities.

I am a highly motivated individual, who in turn, encourages both motivation and respectable personal character in others. I feel that I have the capabilities and knowledge, more importantly the desire, to answer the specific needs of anyone seeking in a qualified applicant.



Southern Utah University

Master of Public Administration


Southern Utah University

B.S. Political Science


American University - DC

Washington Internships for Native Students (WINS)

As a Master of Public Administration, I have discovered, develop and advance my educational skills and knowledge to refine ability to serve public sector in policy process, strengthening governance, and adapt to the changing workforce and environment of public service.

Spencer W. Kimball Scholar (1995-96 & 1997-98); Student Representative to SUU Diversity Curriculum Committee; Member of Pi Sigma Upsilon Honor Society (Political

Science); Vice President of the Inter-Tribal Club 1995-96; Co-Coordinator of American Indian Week & Co-Founder of American Indian Issues Conference 1996; Coordinator of 1998 American Indian Issues Conference; Member of the Presidency Council of Sigma Gamma Chi Fraternity as Historian; Member of TOPS (Together Our People Succeed); Member of the Presidency of the Students for Campus Diversity serving as Chairperson of Education

Participated as student of Tribal Leadership & First Nation Studies courses during Summer

1997 and course Teaching Assistant in Summer 1998.Worked as student Intern with United

States Indian Health Services & National Institute on Drug Abuse.

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