The Many Faces of Leadership

Volume 13, No. 4 – Summer 2002

Features

Opinion

Profile

  • To Montana With Love

    Seeking a quieter life and smaller community in which to raise their children, Dan Kinsey and his wife, Mildred, returned to his home reservation in Montana and Fort Belknap College, where “tribal college fever” spread to his wife and children.

  • Leadership in Action: Jack Fiddler and the making of Turtle Mountain Community College

    Jack Fiddler recalls the struggle to create TMCC: “We were always having to ask for permission to do anything,” he explained. “So when we went to [the BIA] about starting a college, mainly, they didn’t want anything to do with us. Clearly they weren’t going to do anything about it, so we just took the bull by the horns and ran with it!”

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