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Tony Fish is an enrolled member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and serves as Director of the tribes Reintegration Program. Tony received his education from Mid-America Christian University studying Criminal Justice Management and Public Administration. In March of 2005, Tony assisted in the development and implementation of the first ever tribal reintegration program for ex-prisoners. During his tenure, the Reintegration Program has received High Honors from Harvard University Honoring Nations Project on American Indian Economic Development, semi-finalist from the Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation and best practices for tribal programs from the National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA). Through his Leadership, Tony has been able to secure funding to build a regional transitional living facility for returning citizens. Tony has been an advocate for prisoner re-entry speaking at national forums, and appearing in the documentary “Never Give Up” for an exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian and instrumental in working with the Oklahoma State Legislature in reform of current justice practices. Tony traveled to Peru and spoke on prisoner re-entry and the effects it has on indigenous people. In 2012, Tony assisted in founding the Oklahoma Inter-Tribal Re-Entry Coalition for all tribes to promote public safety and best re-entry practices. . Tony is the Chairman for the Wetumka Indian Community and Vice-Chair for the Board of Directors of the East Central Oklahoma Family Health Center, Inc. Prior to coming to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, Tony served 8 years as a Correctional Officer, Field Training Officer, member of the Security Threat Group Task Force, and Security Sergeant.













Fredo Anderson, Case Worker, has been employed with the Muscogee (Creek) Nation since November 17, 1974. Most of his years have been spent working with offenders. Mr. Anderson attends court and parole hearings for both men and women inmates and provides tours of the prisons for adults and youth offenders as requested. During his employment with the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, Mr. Anderson has worked under five Principal Chiefs: Chief Claude Allen Cox, Chief Bill Fife, Chief Perry Beaver, Chief AD Ellis, and present Principal Chief George Tiger. Mr. Anderson has worked with the Oklahoma state boxing team in the maximum security level and has trained and boxed with inmates. Mr. Anderson received the award for volunteer of the year in 1999 by Warden Debbie Mahaffey at Eddie Warrior Correctional Center for Women in Taft Okla. 













Sprint Williams currently serves as the Sr. Case Manager for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Reintegration Program.  He has been employed at the program for six years and has worked for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation for eleven years. Mr. Williams, an ex- Army Combat Veteran, began his journey at Muscogee (Creek) Nation as an enrollment specialist for the Citizenship Department. He then worked for the Lighthorse Department as a Tribal Police Officer before beginning at Reintegration. Sprint, has always had a passion for working with ex-offenders. He has traveled to numerous incarceration facilities and cities across the United States speaking and learning more about prisoner re-entry. Including, the Harvard University Business School in Cambridge, MA. Recently, Mr. Williams set on the third panel discussing re-entry and recidivism for the United States Senate Committee on Indian Affairs in Washington, D.C..














Keith Green is a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and has been employed with Muscogee (Creek) Nation since 2000. Keith has worked in housing, gaming and now has the privilege of being the Maintenance Supervisor with our Reintegration department. Keith is a graduate from Bacone College with an Associate Degree in Business Management and Science.




Florence Frank is a Case Worker for the Reintegration Program. Florence has been with the Reintegration Program since January of 2010. Ms. Frank has been previously employed with the Citizenship Office, Children and Family Services and the Accounting Department. Before working for the Muscogee Creek Nation, Ms. Frank worked for public service company for fifteen years as an Accounts Payable Clerk. Florence has worked in the customer service field most of her years employed. Florence is looking forward assisting in teaching the White Bison Fire Starter Group.












Caressa Lewis is the Administrative Assistant for the Reintegration Program.  Caressa has a certificate of completion in Information Technology from the Indian Capital Technology Center in Muskogee, OK.  She worked for Capstone Counseling and Consulting Services as the Office Manager. She started with the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Reintegration Program in June, 2011.




Kevin Green is a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and resides in Henryetta, OK. Kevin attended Northeastern State University and North Texas University. Kevin is majoring in a Business degree. Kevin has 15years experience in Assess Protection and Surveillance in corporate world. Kevin received employee of the year in a fortune 500 company.  Kevin worked 7 years for Muscogee Creek Nation “Office of Public Gaming” as a Surveillance Manager. Kevin is a Project Coordinator for the Reintegration dept. Kevin attends Dewar First Baptist church in Dewar Ok. Kevin is married to Cathy Green for 24 years and has two kids in College. Kevin volunteered as a youth coach in Football and Basketball for 18 years. 












Carrie Wyatt is a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and is a Case Worker for the Reintegration Program. Carrie obtained her certificate in Business Technology from Wes Watkins Technology Center and graduated from Oklahoma State University—Okmulgee with an Associates in Applied Science in Office Information Systems Technology. Before working for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, Carrie Worked as a legal assistant for ten years. Carrie enjoys teaching the Victim Impact Classes the Reintegration Program provides to the prisons and enjoys assisting in mentoring on the juvenile side of the Program. Carrie feels it is a privilege to be a part of the Reintegration Team











Attorney Sarai Geary, is a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. Her clan is the Wind Clan, and Tribal Town affiliation is Thlopthlocco Tribal Town. Ms. Geary has dedicated her life to furthering social justice initiatives both personally and professionally. With a Bachelor Degree in Organizational Communication from the University of Portland, and a Law Degree from the University of Missouri, Kansas City, Ms. Geary has built a foundation of educational principals to support the development and implementation of community based programing. This foundation continues to grow as a result of her. 













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Ashley is a proud tribal member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. She began working for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Higher Education Department in August of 2008, serving as a grant coordinator. She is now serving as a Case Aide for the Reintegration Program. 










Joe is a proud member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.  He is an active member of the Arbeka Ceremonial Grounds.  He is of the Deer Clan.  Joe is originally from Tiger Mountain, but now resides in Dustin, OK.  He spent 4 1/2 years in the Army as an Infantry man and is a veteran of the war in Iraq with a purple heart.  Joe has an associates in Science from OSU IT Okmulgee.  He is looking forward to being a part of the White Bison Training for the RiP client.  He is now the maintenance man for the Reintegration Program. 




Brian Walls is a Case Worker for the Reintegration Program. Brian has been with the Reintegration Program since April 2016. Brian comes to the Reintegration family with 15 years of management experience in a variety of fields. In that time he was dedicated to helping people achieve their goals and grow as a professional and in their personal lives. Brian is using the passion and experience that he gained helping people in that time to make a positive impact in the lives of the people coming to the Reintegration Program.





Kasidee Webb is an active member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. She started working for the Reintegration Program in February 2017 as the Grant Coordinator. She graduated from Northeastern State University in 2016 with a Bachelor's in Public Relations/Advertising and a minor in Psychology. She believes in second chances and strives every day to become a well-rounded citizen while helping others along the way.




Monique Johnson goes by the name Mo, is a Case Aid for the Reintegration Program since Nov. 2017. She is passionate about her responsibilities and duties while enjoying the help she assists clients with to reintegrate them back into society. Mo was raised in Henryetta where she graduated high school in 2006. She began her career as a dental assistance for 3 years before working for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. Mo started working for the tribe back in June 2014 at the finance office, where she was a lead cashier and the administrative assistant. Mo has a loving husband and two boys who support her passions within helping the community. 




Mark Harjo is a tribal member of the Muscogee Creek Nation. After graduating from Wilson-Henryetta High School and Green Country Technology Center in 2011 he attended OSU-IT Okmulgee for a couple of years and decided to work for the One Fire Casino in Okmulgee, OK as a Count Clerk and Players Club Associate where he gained experience in customer service and fixing gaming machines over the past three years before he recently joined the Reintegration Program in June 2016 as a Case Aide.




Tacia is a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation and has served 6 years in the Army and is now a Veteran.  She is the HVRP Case Worker for the Reintegration Program. Previously she worked at the Okfuskee County Sheriff’s Department and later began working for the Creek Nation Health Systems for 3 years before becoming a Case Worker for the Reintegration.  




Shannon Fish is an enrolled Muscogee (Creek) Citizen and is a resident in Henryetta. She is the Youth Advocate at the Reintegration Program. She attended Norther Oklahoma College where she graduated with an Associate in Child Development. She is working on her Bachelor’s in Organization Leadership. Her first position out of college was at the Otoe Missouria Head Start in Red Rock as a Master Teacher for 3 years. Later became a Master Teacher at the Childhood Developed Center in Okmulgee for 2 ½ years. She is now focusing on a different path using her personal experiences to better help the youth for the Creek Reintegration Youth Services.  





Deana Edminsten-Votra, also goes by the name D is an enrolled member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. She has been working with the Veterans Program at the Reintegration program since July 2016. She serves as the Project Coordinator where she works hard and wears many hats to help the program be successful. Receiving her General Education Diploma in 2001, and then furthering her education with Computerized Information and Business Technology at West Watkins Tech School, and then later obtaining a Ministry Degree through a Victory Bible College, allowing her to make a good life in the line of Gods faith. D goes above and beyond for the Reintegration, because she strongly believes in second chances and personally understands where a lot of our clients have been. Through thick and thin D not only thinks of Reintegration as a career but she thinks of our program as an extended family.




Steven Richey started working for the Reintegration Program in February 2017 and serves as the Building Maintenance. Steve grew up in Harleton Texas where he graduated high school and now is a resident in Henryetta. Shortly after high school he joined the USA Air Force and attended Community College in the Air Force where he graduated as an Aeronautical Maintenance Technician. After serving 21 years and being deployed numerous times, Steve was a small engine and tractor mechanic for 8 years before working for the Reintegration Program.