Board of Directors

Red Earth, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization governed by a Board of Directors. Red Earth, Inc. promotes the rich traditions of American Indian arts and cultures through education, a premier festival, a museum and fine art markets.

Executive Board  

Chairman of the Board, Vickie L. Norick
President, Teri Stanek
President Elect Lona Barrick (Chickasaw)
Immediate Past President, Leslie A. Blair
Treasurer, Shane Lindstrom
Secretary, David Reynolds, (Muscogee Creek)

Board Members

Lisa Billy (Chickasaw), Cliff Branan (Cherokee), Paula McClellan Cagigal (Cherokee), Laura M. Clark (Muscogee Creek),  Janet Dyke, Shannon Edwards (Osage)Jeff Hargrave (Creek, Choctaw)Darius Jackson, Lou Kerr - Chairman Emeritus (Cherokee/Choctaw), Margaret Knight (Laguna Pueblo), Shane Lindstrom, Beth Barnes Lott, Ryan McCaleb (Chickasaw), Louise Painter (Cherokee), Dwight Pickering (Caddo, Otoe, Kaw), Harvey Pratt (Cheyenne), Carl J. Rubenstein M.D., Jay Scambler, Laura Stewart (Muscogee/Creek), Usha-Maria Turner, Jim Van Deman (Delaware), Larry Wilson (Cherokee)

Advisory Board

Betty Price - Chairman Advisory Board, Governor Bill Anoatubby (Chickasaw), Chief John Baker (Cherokee), Carleen Burger (Cherokee), C. Blue Clark (Muscogee/Creek), Freda Deskin PhD (Cherokee), Governor Mary Fallin, Senator Kay Floyd, Chief James Floyd (Muscogee Creek), Deborah Goodman PhD (Caddo)President John R. Hargrave, Principal Chief Leonard Harjo (Seminole),President Kerry Holton (Delaware Nation), Cathy Jameson, John Jameson DDS, Commissioner Willa Johnson, Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb, Mary Ellen Meredith (Cherokee), David Orme (Comanche), William Paul (Chickasaw),Councilwoman Meg Salyer, G Calvin Sharp (Seminole), Kimber Shoop, Deby Snodgrass, Jim Vallion (Cherokee), Mary Jo Watson PhD (Seminole)

Elders Council

Jap Blankenship, Ken Bonds, Terry Brown (Cherokee)David G. Campbell (Cherokee), Doug Cummings - Chairman Emeritus, Enoch Kelly Haney (Seminole), Dee Jerome (Choctaw), Justice Yvonne Kauger, Jonna D. Kauger Kirschner, Judge Phil Lujan (Kiowa/Taos Pueblo), Kathleen Marks, Betty Price