THE MIAMI NATION OF INDIANS OF THE STATE OF INDIANA ARE PROUD TO INTRODUCE,  ERIN OLIVER, OUR REPRESENTATIVE ON THE INDIANA NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION.


CONGRATULATIONS AND WE KNOW YOU WILL REPRESENT US IN THE MOST PROFESSIONAL MANNER !

Erin Oliver is a member of the Bundy Clan and an at-large member of the tribal coucil.  She is also a governor appointed member of the Indiana Native American Indian Affairs Commission and a board member of the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian a Western Art.  Erin is employed as the Associate Director for the Office of Institutional Equity at Purdue University were she serves as the University’s primary point of contact for faculty, staff, and student concerns related to harassment and discrimination and as special counsel for the University’s Office of Legal Counsel. Ms. Oliver holds a Doctor of Juris degree from the Michigan State University (MSU) in East Lansing, Michigan.  During her time at MSU she also earned a certificate in Indigenous Law and Policy.  Erin earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in American Studies from the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana. Ms. Oliver is a member of the Indiana Bar.  In past years, Ms. Oliver served as the Director of Public Relations for the Miami Nation of Indians of Indiana and as Manager of American Indian Student Programs at the University of Wyoming.  She resides in Lafayette, Indiana with her husband, Kyle, and two sons, Jonas and Jude.  

Erin Oliver is a member of the Bundy Clan and an at-large member of the tribal coucil.  She is also a governor appointed member of the Indiana Native American Indian Affairs Commission and a board member of the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian a Western Art.  Erin is employed as the Associate Director for the Office of Institutional Equity at Purdue University were she serves as the University’s primary point of contact for faculty, staff, and student concerns related to harassment and discrimination and as special counsel for the University’s Office of Legal Counsel.

Ms. Oliver holds a Doctor of Juris degree from the Michigan State University (MSU) in East Lansing, Michigan.  During her time at MSU she also earned a certificate in Indigenous Law and Policy.  Erin earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in American Studies from the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana. Ms. Oliver is a member of the Indiana Bar. 

In past years, Ms. Oliver served as the Director of Public Relations for the Miami Nation of Indians of Indiana and as Manager of American Indian Student Programs at the University of Wyoming.  She resides in Lafayette, Indiana with her husband, Kyle, and two sons, Jonas and Jude.  

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