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William D. Lowe

Acting Chief Executive Officer

Muscogee (Creek) Nation Former Speaker of the National Council

Current Tribal & Government Relations Advisor United American Indian Involvement, Inc. in Los Angeles, CA

Family:   My wife is Elsa Lowe, of Weleetka, OK, and we have three beautiful daughters, Ashlyn, Jadyn, and Kaci. My parents are the late Jonas “Rusty” Lowe of Tulsa, OK, and May Marshall of Eufaula.


  • Eufaula Muscogee (Creek) Nation Boarding School/ Eufaula High School
  • Associate in Business Administration, Bacone College
  • Bachelor’s in Business Administration, Bacone College
  • Master’s in Business Administration, Grand Canyon University
  • Certified Travel Industry Specialist
  • Certified Fundraising Manager
  • Certified Life Coach

Experience:  I served in the United States Marine Corps from September 1993 to May 2002. I have over 20 years of experience in governance, management, tribal health, business development, and negotiating government and tribal contracts. I’ve had the opportunity to work and partner with several tribal governments across the Nation. The experiences I endured while working with tribal entities have taught me the importance of being a sovereign nation and advocating for all our citizens. I serve as the Tribal & Government Relations Advisor at the United American Indian Involvement, Inc. in Los Angeles, CA. Currently, I serve on the boards of the National Center for the American Indian Enterprise Development, Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance, Okmulgee Lions Club Second Vice President, and the Okmulgee County YMCA.

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