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Mrs. Julie Johnson Kidd | New York
Dr. Clara Sue Kidwell | California
Dr. Navarre Scott Momaday | Arizona
Mr. Curt Muser | New York
Mr. Waldemar A. Nielsen | New York
Dr. Alfonso Ortiz | New Mexico
Ms. Janine Pease-Windy Boy | Montana
Mr. David Rockefeller | New York
Dr. Helen M. Scheirbeck | North Carolina
Dr. David Hurst Thomas | New York
Dr. Arturo Warman | Mexico
Honorable Thomas R. White | Arizona
Ms. Rosita Worl | Alaska
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[[underlined]] PROSPECTIVE SMITHSONIAN NMAI TRUSTEES BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION [[/underlined]]

Boyer, Ernest L. (Ph.D.)

President of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in Princeton, N.J. Currently a Trustee of the Heye Foundation.

Buffalohead, W. Roger

Director of the American Indian Learning and Resource Center at the University of Minnesota. A Ponca, he is currently a Trustee of the Heye Foundation.

Conable, Honorable Barber B. Jr.

President of the World Bank. A former Chairman and currently a member of the Heye Foundation Trustees. He is a collector of Indian peace medals and is knowledgeable on Indian issues.

Deloria, Vine Jr.

An author and educator, he is Professor of Political Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. He is currently vice-chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Heye Foundation. He is a Standing Rock Sioux.

Harjo, Suzan Shown

President and Executive Director of The Morning Star Foundation. A Cheyenne/Creek, she is a former Executive Director of the National Congress of American Indians. She had also been a legislative advocate for Fried, Frank, Harris, Kampelman and the Native American Rights Fund. A journalist and poet, Ms. Harjo is currently a member of the Heye Foundation Trustees.
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