CPN’s Kelley Francen has accepted a new leadership role focusing on increasing engagement among the Nation’s more than 2,100 employees. As director of employee advocacy, Francen will be empowering CPN staff members to succeed, regardless of length of employment or position.
Employees from Citizen Potawatomi Nation enterprises heard from an Indigenous motivational speaker and comedian about managing stress in their lives. Oklahoma native Mitch Factor (Seminole/Menominee) spoke to CPN employees about the importance of self-care, maintaining a positive outlook and clear communication.
The Citizen Potawatomi Community Development Corporation has improved and grown as a resource with support from the Tribe, turning it into one of the most successful organizations of its kind in Indian Country. New CPCDC Director Cindy Logsdon hopes to add staff, double its assets and expand its offerings during her tenure.
Citizen Potawatomi Community Development Corporation’s TaRena Reece, a marketing and facilities manager, has a diverse set of professional experiences under her belt prior to working for the CPCDC.
Mike Petray, Jason Boyce, Larry Odell, Nick Nadeu, Tim Zientek and Tyler Motley all work for the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. Each work in different departments, live in different communities and are from entirely different backgrounds. While there are these differences, the one thing they all have in common is their dedication to their local communities. Read More »