United Houma Nation


13 Apr

Lora Ann Chaisson Recognized for 20 Years of Service to Inter-Tribal Council of Lousiana

Posted by United Houma Nation on Sunday, April 13, 2014

On April 10, 2014 Ms. Lora Ann Chaisson, Job Developer, was acknowledged for 20 years of service to the Inter-Tribal Council of Lousiana.  She was honored at the annual National Indian and Native American Training Conference in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

In her 20 years of service, she has touched the lives of many tribal citizens who have needed employment assistance.  Today, Lora Ann serves not only the United Houma Nation citizens, but also citizens of the Chitimacha and Coushatta Tribe on a regular basis.  Ms. Chaisson is also the UHN Councilwoman representing District 2 and Vice Principal Chief.

Photo left to right:  Darrell Waldron, Conference Chairman and Executive Director of Rhode Island Indian Council, Lora Ann Chaisson, Job Developer Inter-Tribal Council of Louisiana, and Lorenda Sanchez, Conference Treasurer and Executive Director of California Indian Manpower Consortium.