Joseph Moose, SUNLAND GLOBAL INC Founder/CEO is an enrolled member of the Bishop Paiute Tribe, California and currently lives in Temecula CA. Mr. Moose graduated with a B.S. degree in Business Administration from Shawnee State University and has over 15 years’ in Construction Management experience. He has worked as a Project Engineer for Flincto Construction (Vet Med Center, Robert Mondavi Food and Wine Institute, Dublin HS Math & Science Building) and Project Engineer/Tenant Coordinator for Continental Building Systems (Streets of Brentwood, Brentwood CA) a commercial reality project. Worked for the Bishop Paiute Tribe as Project Manager and Public Works Director overseeing numerous grant (BIA, IHS, HUD, USDA, IHBG/ICDBG, BLM) and Tribal funded ecomonic projects. Went on to complete grant funded (BIA road construction & housing) projects for the Lone Pine Paiute Tribe and then General Manager of the Big Pine Paiute Development Corporation supervising the Tribes economic opportunities. Mr. Moose has worked on and completed over $250 million in projects ranging from grant, public works, Tribal, and commercial reality projects.
Yvonne Ned, SUNLAND GLOBAL INC Founder/COO is an enrolled member of the Upper Nicola Indian Band, Okanagan Nation, British Columbia Canada and currently lives in Temecula, CA. She brings over 24 years’ experience of tribal business experience to the SUNLAND GLOBAL INC team. Some of Yvonne’s previous work includes working for the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development, Business Development Manager with the Round Valley Indian Tribes in Covelo, California, Tribal Administrator of the Manchester Point Arena Band of Pomo Indians, Tribal Coordination for a National Broadband Mapping Initiative with Native American Capital and the Center of Innovative Technologies.
Bernold Pollard, SUNLAND GLOBAL INC, CFO is an enrolled member of the Fort Bidwell Indian Community of the Fort Bidwell Reservation of California. He brings years of experience in Tribal Governance, Tribal administration, budgeting, economic development, housing and the cannabis industry. With 8 years of experience as elected Tribal Chairman and his experience serving with the US Navy has allowed him to understand the challenges and concerns that Leadership is facing at the community level and how to maintain political support and establishment of political alliances for the recognition and protection of our inherent aboriginal rights during Economic Development growth.