United Tribes NewsUTTC student elected to national board
20 December 2005
BISMARCK, ND - A student at United Tribes Technical College is among three North Dakota Progressive Coalition leaders recently elected to the board of directors of USAction.
Waylon Oldman (Northern Arapahoe), South Sioux City, NE, was elected to the board from the Native American/Alaskan Native Action Council at a delegate assembly October 11 - 13.
Oldman is a second year student studying Tribal management. He is the secretary of the United Tribes Student Senate.
USAction is a national non-profit organization with affiliates in 24 states. The North Dakota Progressive Coalition is a statewide advocacy organization working for economic and social justice.
Also elected to the board was Aruna Seth, president of the Bismarck school board, from the Asian/Pacific Islander Action Council. And Vinod Seth, a Bismarck-area doctor, was re-elected by delegates as one of four Vice Presidents.
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