When the Brothertown first came together, it was decided that a form of "town government" would be used to guide the Tribe. However, long-held customs strongly influenced this different approach to governance. It never looked exactly like "town government," but evolved over many generations and a number of moves by the Tribe, and has continued to evolve. The four officers and five members of the Council are now elected by the membership at large.
Jessica Ryan (Skeesuck)
In addition to their Council responsibilities, officers and members hold leadership and liaison roles in other areas, including cultural and historical preservation, economic development, enrollment, land management, operations, government outreach, and strategic planning.
Council Contact info:Bob Fowler (Chairman) - BrothertownViceChair@BrothertownIndians.org (Travels from Neenah, Wi) Michelle Wood (Treasurer) - BrothertownTreas@BrothertownIndians.org (Travels from Eden, WI) David Hankwitz (Secretary) -firstname.lastname@example.org (Fond du Lac, WI) Skip Blanc - email@example.com (Travels from Michigan) Jessica Ryan - JLRyan@BrothertownIndians.org (Travels from Minnesota) Dawn Kraintz - DMKraintz@brothertownindians.org (Fond du Lac, Wi) Seth Elsen - firstname.lastname@example.org (Travels from Washington State) Craig Cottrell - email@example.com (Travels from Green Bay, WI) Peacemakers - Greg Wilson, Renee Gralewicz, Dennis Gramentz, Edd Welsh & Jerome Welsh Other Contacts:
Courtney Cottrell: Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO)and Researcher Liaison firstname.lastname@example.org.