CPN Human Resources Director Richard Brown outlines workplace trends throughout the U.S. and within CPN, and the diversity of age groups employed by the Tribe.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s extensive network of governmental, cultural and financial departments as well as its enterprises and services are made possible by the dedicated work of over 2,000 employees. The Hownikan spoke with four of these employees about what it takes to keep the Nation running smoothly and what it means to work for the Tribe.
The East Central University Athletics Department has awarded the 2021 Milam Award to Richard Brown, former ECU football player and Citizen Potawatomi Nation Human Resources Department Director.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation Human Resources staff organized three hiring events in the spring and summer, creating a fast and centralized job hunting experience.
In this month’s episode, we’ll meet CPN’s new District 1 legislator, hear about the new First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City and learn about how the Tribe has dealt with the tumultuous employment sector through hiring events.
Throughout the pandemic, the Tribe’s Human Resources Department workload has remained unhindered. According to department director Richard Brown, HR staff were prepared to face new challenges because they adapt every day, regardless.
CPN Human Resource Generalist Fero Williams earned a spot on USA’s Bowling Team from 2006 to 2008. He brings the same level of dedication required to reach such a prestigious milestone to his position at the Nation.
In this episode, we talk to CPN’s Tribal Court Chief Justice about current civil rights issues, hear from a Tribal member about an unexpected turn in her employment, and learn how CPN Department of Education funding helped a student discover more about himself and his passions.
This episode takes a look at the history of Native Americans and infectious disease, how the CPN human resources department has adapted during the coronavirus pandemic and a new United States Department of Agriculture program helping get food to Tribal members in Kansas.
College freshman and Tribal member Joey Otey studies human resource management at Wichita State University and participates in the student-led consulting agency Barton International Group, helping him quickly find his place on campus.