Logan will oversee the management of more than $4.6 billion in American Indian trust funds
Vincent Logan was sworn into office as the next Special Trustee for American Indians on July 7, in Washington, D.C. Osages attending his swearing in included, from L to R: Former Osage Nation Principal Chief Jim Gray, Logan, Kristen Pratt, who works for the National Congress of American Indians and is related to Logan, and Osage Nation Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear. Courtesy Photo/Kristen Pratt
There are job positions available at the Osage Nation, some high ranking and some entry
Special sessions to start on July 23 and July 31 in the ON Congressional chambers
In his first 15 days on the job, Chief Standing Bear is keeping busy
Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear speaks to Senior Executive Advisor Debra Atterberry in the background. In the foreground, Chief of Staff Jason Zaun speaks to Tribal Works Director Daniel St. John. SHANNON SHAW DUTY/Osage News
This marks the first time two women will hold the top leadership spots in the Osage Nation Congress
Maria Whitehorn was elected Speaker of the Fourth Osage Nation Congress by her fellow congress members on July 2.
Logan was sworn in by Secretary Jewell and commenced work on July 7
Special Trustee for American Indians, Vincent Logan.
Other officials sworn in: Raymond Red Corn, asst. chief; congress members Alice Buffalohead, James Norris, Otto Hamilton, Angela Marie Pratt, Dr. Ron Shaw, William “Kugee” Supernaw; judges Meredith Drent and Marvin Stepson
Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear and Assistant Principal Chief Raymond Red Corn took their oaths of office July 2 at the Osage Casinos-Ponca City. TARA MADDEN/Osage News
The Third Osage Minerals Council Inauguration is July 1; the chiefs, congress and judicial branch judges will be sworn in July 2
The Osage Nation Chief and Assistant Chief Inauguration will take place on July 2 at the new Osage Casinos-Ponca City at 10 a.m.
Event Dates: Tue, 2014-07-01 10:00 - 13:00
The Osage Minerals Council Inauguration will be held on July 1 at 11 a.m. at the Osage Minerals Council Chambers.
A 10 a.m. Catholic mass will precede the ceremony at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church and a lunch will follow in the Osage Tribal Museum.