Brandon Gambill

Brandon Gambill (2020-22)

Brandon Gambill currently works Marketing and Sales for R&G Business Services. Prior to R&G, Brandon worked for Oklahoma State Department of Education as a Compliance, Data & Finance Specialist.  He is a proud member of the Choctaw Nation.

Brandon is a 2018 LNO Graduate. He holds a B.S in Family Studies and Gerontology from Southern Nazarene University, and an A.S. in Human Resources Business Administration from Rose State College.

Married to Amanda Gambill; Two children Robert and Dillon.

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Dean Turner (2020-22)

Past President of North Central American Indian Chamber of Commerce of OK (AICCO) for three years. Served on state board AICCO for 9 years. Served on US Army (SF), Past Commander American Legion, Past VFW Commander, All American Commander, Past President of Lions Club, Board Member on Lions Boys Ranch & Foundation, Deacon 1St Christian Church, 32 Mason, Scottish Rite VP Class, York Rite, Shriner, and many boards.

Received 100s of Awards, Melvin Jones Fellowship, Medical Technologist of the Year, and Who’s Who in Business. Owner of Turner Business Consultants (TBC) and EDT Adv. Co. Married to Kay and have 2 Children, Timothy & Tiffany.

Tanya Richardson

Tanya Richardson (2021-23)

Tanya Richardson is a citizen of the Seminole Nation. She was born and raised in Seminole Oklahoma.

Richardson began her work in the insurance industry at the age of sixteen.  She started her own insurance agency in 2009 and helped create the Brokerage/IMO in 2018 known as ABC Tribal Benefits, specializing in helping tribal members to acquire insurance through the Health Marketplace or Medicare plan options.
Richardson works alongside the clinic’s Patient Advocates and Patient Referred Care Team to provide the best care for the beneficiary. She is a liaison between PRC, the client and insurance company and/or service providers to facilitate resolutions to all issues. Her previous work in IHS Contract Health, has given her valuable insight and knowledge in her field.

She is the President of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce – OKC Chapter and serves as a State Board Member of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce.

Roberta Botello

Roberta Botello (2020-22)

Roberta Botello is a citizen of the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes.  She was born at the Indian Hospital in Lawton, Oklahoma and has spent the best part of her life in Oklahoma.

Botello is the Assistant to the Vice President for Public Affairs at the University of Central Oklahoma.  She has worked at UCO for twelve years, also serving in Purchasing and Alumni Relations.

Botello was the first president and charter member of the University of Central Oklahoma Native American Faculty & Staff Association.  Under her leadership, the UCO Native American Faculty & Staff Endowed Scholarship was created and funded.

Ms. Botello is a proud graduate of Leadership Native Oklahoma 2018 and serves as the co-vice president of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce – OKC Chapter.

Chapter Presidents are also voting Board Members