Bailey Walker (2019-2021)
Jason Holuby (2019-21)
President, New Fire Native Design Group | Vice President & Native American Market Principal, FSB
Jason has been an instrumental leader in FSB’s strong Native American market for over a decade. A Native American himself, Jason is passionate about working together with tribes to support the development of their communities. He brings well-respected problem solving skills, leadership, and understanding of tribal cultures as well as innovation throughout a project’s life cycle. His professionalism and client relationships have created ongoing, multi-project legacies for FSB with the Chickasaw and Choctaw Nations. Jason is a licensed architect, a LEED® Accredited Professional, a member of the American Institute of Architects and member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
Catherine J Graddy (2019-2021)
Catherine J Graddy is an attorney at Joyce & Graddy, PLLC, an American Indian-owned law firm and Cherokee TERO, Chickasaw and Choctaw preferred vendor in Tulsa, OK. She is a Cherokee citizen and a member of the First Families of the Cherokee Nation.
Graddy graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 1998 with a BA in Psychology, graduated from Pepperdine University in 2000 with a Masters in Clinical Psychology, and graduated from the University of Tulsa College of Law in 2004 with a JD. She has been licensed to practice in Oklahoma since 2005 and a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and the Tulsa County Bar Association. Catherine just graduated from the AICCOk Leadership Native Oklahoma Class of 2018!
Felecia Freeman (2019-2020)
Felecia Freeman is a Citizen Potawatomi tribal member who has worked for the Nation for 12 years. She is a commercial loan officer and a certified credit counselor for the Citizen Potawatomi Community Development Corporation, where she has assisted in making over $40 million in loans to Native American entrepreneurs. She is the CPCDC liaison for the Comanche Nation Revolving Loan Fund in Lawton, Oklahoma and coordinates the credit-counseling program for CPN tribal members.
She is active in the community, serving on the board for the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma, Treasurer for the Neighboring 101 Board, Shawnee Leadership Committee Member, and as an Ambassador for the Greater Shawnee Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of Opportunity Finance Network (OFN), The Native Community Development Financial Institution Network (NCN), and the Oklahoma Native Asset Coalition (ONAC). She holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Oklahoma.
Russell Tucker (2018-20)
Russell currently works for MEMCO Safety and M & M Poultry as a sales representative for southwest Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas and Oklahoma.
He supplies materials and services to manufacturers, construction companies, large building projects, police departments, first responders, transportation departments, food processors, poultry, pork and beef processing facilities, cities, counties, and tribal entities. Memco and M&M products and services help their valued customers to operate safer, more efficiently and more economically.
Russell is a proud member of the Choctaw Nation and a retired firefighter. He loves to hunt, fish, and travel. He and his wife Karen and live in Poteau, Oklahoma.