The team implementing this strategy is a group of seasoned, award-winning professionals with decades of both management and investment experience. These “keepers of the good path” are mindful of both the heritage of the Potawatomi and the importance of the mission at hand: Creating a self-sustaining economy to ensure the future of the Tribe.
The management team is focused on executing the most beneficial business transactions and investments to diversify and maximize the financial well-being of our Tribe.
Troy Clay | President & CEO
Troy Clay serves as President and CEO for Mno-Bmadsen. Clay previously served as the elected tribal treasurer chairing the Tribe’s Finance Board which included acting as treasurer of the Pokagon Gaming Authority overseeing Four Winds Casino Resort. He has also served numerous appointed tribal positions.
Julio Martinez | CFO - Chief Financial Officer
Julio Martinez serves as Chief Financial Officer for Mno-Bmadsen. He has successfully served in that capacity for Tribes in Florida and in Oregon. With a track record of proven business success in a wide variety of business settings, he dedicates those skills to ensure the continued growth and success of Mno-Bmadsen.
David Molnar | VP of Human Resources
David Molnar serves as Vice President of Human Resources for Mno-Bmadsen. He has effectively served at Continental and United Airlines in Texas, in both Airport Operations and Human Resources Departments . David also productively assisted Continental and United Airlines integrating “operational best practices” during the airlines merger and is recognized for other diverse business experiences. David dedicates his learned skills to empower and maintain Mno-Bmadsen’s vision, “Taking advantage of our sovereign independence to grow tribal business for future generations” with our tribal people.
Michael Kasper | Business Analyst
Mike Kasper serves as Business Analyst, providing financial and operational analysis on Mno-Bmadsen’s subsidiaries, as well as research and analysis on potential investments and acquisitions.
Kasper, a 2011 graduate of Dartmouth College, completed an internship at UBS Financial Services in Washington D.C. as a private wealth management intern. He received the 2012 “Native American 40 Under 40 Award” from the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development.
Julie Farver | Staff Accountant
Julie Farver, staff accountant for Mno-Bmadsen provides accounting support to the MB staff. Farver is dedicated to the Pokagon Band and has served in numerous capacities with the tribe over the last 12 years. Farver’s hopes are for Mno-Bmadsen to create economic development outside of gaming for the tribe and create opportunities for the Pokagon Band tribal citizens and their families.
Heather Farver | Tribal Pathways Administrator
Heather Farver serves at the Tribal Pathways Administrator for Mno-Bmadsen. As administrator of the Pathways Program, Heather is the lead day-to-day operator of the Pathways program, providing the coordination, processing, and evaluation and coaching of Tribal Citizens related to job placement within the Mno-Bmadsen Family of Companies and its contractors, vendors, and business partners. Heather previously served as the Human Resources Manager for the Pokagon Band’s governmental operations, and has a proven track record of successfully placing Tribal Citizens and their family members in positions both in the government and on the governmental and Four Winds construction projects. Heather is dedicated to helping Tribal Citizens and their families explore vocational opportunities that provide them with satisfaction and fulfillment.
Board of Directors
Mno-Bmadsen is governed and managed by a Board of Directors, who are appointed by Tribal Council. The Board of Directors sets the strategic goals and investment plan of Mno-Bmadsen and oversees the performance of the President & CEO in the company’s execution of them.
Linda Cook, Chairperson
Sean Winters, Vice Chair
Ronald Sorce, Treasurer
Bruce Molnar, Secretary
Kip Richie, Member at Large
Kurt Wiesemes, Member at Large
Scott Brewer, Member at Large