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.
With an impressive and diverse career in information technology spanning 20 years, Arredondo previously worked at the Citizen Potawatomi Nation as Director of Information Technology and CIO and the Florida Housing Finance Corporation as the Chief Technology Officer.
As Citizen Potawatomi Nation continues to grow, so does the number of computers on which it relies. The need for information technology professionals like Chad Wimer increased, too. He began working for the Tribe as a help desk technician in July. Wimer is part of the IT department at the Nation’s administrative building near Shawnee, Read More »