Jack Pollard, an enrolled tribal member of the Round Valley Indian Tribes in Covelo, CA, brings a wealth of experience to community service. With a 17-year background in law enforcement, including 13 years as a Correctional Deputy with the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, Jack has been an active participant in various community projects. Currently serving as the Chairman of the Town of Windsor's Public Arts Advisory Commission, contributing to the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee for the Sonoma County Alliance, holding a Board Member, and chairing The Progressive Tribal Alliance, Jack exemplifies a dedicated commitment to community engagement and positive change.
Israel is a teacher with 8+ years of experience in substitute and full-time teaching for multiple grade levels. Along with his work in the classroom he has introduced state curriculum designed to provide students with appropriate learning activities and adventures that fulfill their emotional, intellectual, and social potential and growth needs. Additionally, Israel is a dedicated Naturopathic Doctor with extensive knowledge in Holistic Medicine and has been working with clients for over 20 years.
Angelica is a tribal member of the Manchester-Point Arena Band of Pomo Indians. She is an Outreach Worker, Case Manager, and Domestic Violence Advocate at a local charity where she conducts daily outreach maintaining relationships. Angelica's work experience is her strength, having experience in youth leadership training, business leadership training, and Outreach work for Domestic Violence.
Moreover, Angelica is a traditional native dancer, mentor and constantly connected with our community through Native teaching and Native ways.
Nadya Perez is a member of the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians. She is an Outreach Worker at a local charity organization, striving to connect to, and advocate for the underserved homeless population in Sonoma county. She is also a full time student at the SRJC, working to achieve a degree in Psychology. Her connec