Madison M. Green

Tribal Liaison

A top-performing, detail-oriented leader, Ms. Madison Green brings several years of Administrative and Business Management expertise along with effective communication skills to foster the development of positive relationships with all individuals. She possesses an outstanding record of achievement in work performance as former United States Airforce Public Health Airman of the Year (2010), Yurok Country Visitor Center Manager, and LACO Associates Administrative Services Manager. She also has an exemplary history of accomplishment in her educational endeavors. 

Ms. Green has the ability to skillfully analyze and resolve problems that result in the advancement of needed procedures and policies. She is results-oriented, adaptable, and highly motivated to succeed in all aspects of her work. 

Areas of Expertise

Business Management

Leadership

Marketing

Public Speaking

Proposal Development

Business and Marketing Plan Development

Administrative

Current Planning

Data Analysis

Development Feasibility Analysis

Education

B.S.  in Business Administration – Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. 

A.S. in Business – College of the Redwoods, Eureka, CA. 

Military Recognition

Native American Veteran of the United States Air Force

United States Air Force – Achievement Medal, Public Health Airman of the Year

United States Air Force Academy – Honor Guard Airman of the Year and Airman of the Quarter

Select Project Experience

Administrative Services Manager, LACO Associates — Klamath, California.

Ms. Green served as the business representative between the client and LACO Associates, contributing to sections of the comprehensive business plan including management and leadership, organizational structure and project coordination. She facilitated the project overview conceptualization and conducted meeting discussions. Her expertise in business plan development, marketing plan development, and detail-oriented management expedited a complete business plan for the Redwood Canoe Adventure Program for the Yurok Tribe Planning and Community Development Department.

Yurok Country Visitor Center Manager — Klamath, California.

Ms. Green created and oversaw the daily functions including inventory tracking, purchase requests, ordering, and coordinating with vendors through effective detail orientation, organizational, and communicational skills. She also served as the lead contact for marketing meetings for all department managers to provide support in building and executing marketing plans with the General Manager of Redwood Hotel Casino. She developed, revised, and followed policies and procedures to support larger organizational functions while leading by example to 60+ employees. Ms. Green spearheaded and organized the 2015 and 2016 events calendar resulting in the planning, marketing, and execution of successful events and promotions for tourists and the local community. 

City of Fortuna Analytical Assessment for Ice Rink — Fortuna, California.

Ms. Green engaged in highly self-motivated behavior and took initiative with minimal supervision. She completed analytical assessments for the potential success of an Ice Skating Rink in the City. Her abilities emphasized teamwork, accountability, and knowledge of the political institution. Ms. Green regularly attended meetings and presented findings to council members and the local community.

United States Air Force — Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Ms. Green is a Native American Veteran of the United States Air Force where she maintained, audited, and tracked over 4,000 active duty medical records; managed schedules for countless patients; and created and maintained continuity platforms for several programs which enhanced teamwork, efficiency, and organization within the U.S. Air Force Academy of Public Health Clinic. This is also the platform that provided Ms. Green with the ability to adapt to evolving changes while maintaining readiness and attention to detail on assignments.

  • Eureka, CA

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