Board of Directors
Greg Reza grew up in Anaheim, California and currently resides in Novato, California. HIs ancestors were originally from Zacatecas and Guanajuato, Mexico which is the homeland of the Guachichiles tribe. Greg graduated from Sonoma State University with a BA in Environmental Studies and Planning with a focus in Conservation and Restoration. He has worked with Marin County Parks as Park Ranger and Volunteer Coordinator since 1996. Greg enjoys educating the community about the environment and Native people.
Angela is a proud Novato native and a Native American from the central Miwok tribe. Angela has spent the last ten years working in health care education and is active in the community by way of sitting on commissions for the City of Novato, leadership groups and boards. She has a bachelors of science in business administration with a focus in marketing from Sonoma State University, and a masters in business administration from Western Governors University. She is committed to her work in diversity, equity and inclusion within her community and is passionate about her Native American heritage and building awareness and preservation of the native cultures.
Bio coming soon...
Dana Hawke is Choctaw and grew up in Marin County. She is an educator, wild food enthusiast, herbalist and loves to sing. Dana has taught and cared for humans ranging from newborns to elders. She has worked as a social emotional speciality teacher, preschool teacher, outdoor educator and Native studies instructor. She looks forward to diving deeper into the practice of Indigenizing systems.
Kirk graduated the California State University system with a BS in Finance and a Minor in Computer Science. With over 40 years of experience in applying financial systems to technology, Kirk has been part of tech since its infancy. Kirk is the principal owner of INsite Networks in Marin County, which has been providing IT Services both locally and nationally since the late 1970s.
Victoria (Tory) Canby
Victoria Grace Canby (Tory) was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico and moved to Marin County at an early age. She has her BA in Art History from Sonoma State University, MA in Humanities from Domincan University and Museum Studies Certification from the Institute of American Indian Art in Sante Fe New Mexico. Throughout her educational and creative journey her focus has always been centered around her Dine heritage and passion for Contemporary Indian Art.
College Professor Emeritus, Author
Healer/Pomo, Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria
Videography and Media Intern
Gift Shop Clerk
Board of Advisors
Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria
Marin Multi-Culture Center
Sky Road Webb
Tomales Bay Miwok, President of Marin Indian Alliance