Cabinet members are held to the same key values embraced by the president: Compassion, competency, teamwork, and commitment. Under a constant focus on identifying solutions to long-standing issues, the cabinet's responsibility is to deliver progress.
Executive Branch Chief of Staff Patrick J. Sandoval oversees division directors and political appointees in the Office of the President and Vice President.
Provides legal counsel to the President of the Navajo Nation.
Executive Director Thomas Cody leads the Navajo Nation's social services programs under one of the largest divisions.
Executive Director Nez-Manuel oversees various human resources programs in addition to specialized public departments.
Executive Director Tuni directs the Navajo Department of Health in its preventative, regulatory, enforcement, and community health functions.
A government-oriented division, General Services is led by Executive Director Dale in managing government services and assets for the Navajo Nation.
Superintendent Begay, selected by the Board of Education, advances student learning outcomes and the Navajo Nation's sovereignty in education.
Executive Director Skrelunas continues his role directing economic development planning and management with an emphasis on supporting small businesses.
Executive Director Halona brings experience in land utilization processes to ensure progress in resources management and to enable new approaches to community involvement.
Executive Director Silversmith directs transportation-related planning and project initiatives that are focused on supporting local and regional community and economic development.
Overseeing the Navajo Nation's community development projects, Executive Director Calvin Castillo brings private sector expertise to ensure the division maximizes available resources for communities.
Executive Director Etsitty's experience and knowledge of local Navajo customs and extensive understanding of tribal and Navajo environmental policy development brings stability to the Nation's environmental regulatory functions.
Navajo Nation Attorney General Ethel Branch is the chief legal officer of the Navajo Nation who represents the government in all matters pertaining to law.
Executive Director Michael Anderson brings police and justice of the peace experience to the Division of Public Safety.
Navajo Nation Controller Elizabeth Begay is the chief financial officer of the Navajo Nation who is in charge of managing its financial accounts and accounting activities.
Executive Director Dominic Beyal manages budgetary administration for the Navajo Nation, including reporting of program performance evaluations and contract compliance.
FRF Office Executive Director Tom Platero supports Navajo Nation programs in expending ARPA-specific allocations through project information coordination and collection.
Executive Director Bobbie Ann Baldwin manages the Navajo Nation's entitlement programs for Navajo veterans, their spouses or widows, and families.
Executive Director Ahasteen maintains communication between Navajo leadership and political offices in Washington, D.C., and promotes Navajo involvement in national issues.
Executive Director Charlee administers the rules and regulations of the commission and serves as a liaison in support of enhancing Navajo Nation use and control of telecommunications resources.
Executive Director Max serves at the pleasure of President Nygren to ensure the goals and purposes of the commission are carried out, including new advocacy efforts.