Advisory Council

Chairperson: Meyo Marrufo – Meyo Marrufo is Eastern Pomo and a member of Robinson Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians of California. She is the Environmental Director for the Guidiville Band of Pomo Indians. A cultural teacher and mentor, she works with CIMCC and Tribes throughout Lake, Sonoma and Mendocino Counties.


Lake County Advisory Council Members

  • Youth Representative: Position Open – to apply visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/L5VMR3D
  • Adult Representative: Meyo Marrufo
  • Elder Representative: Millie Simon – Millie is a member of the Middletown Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California. She was born and raised on the Rancheria.  She sits on Board of the Lake County Tribal Health Consortium.

Mendocino County Advisory Council Members

Sonoma County Advisory Council Members

  • Youth Representative: Jayden Lim
  • Adult Representative: Rose Hammock – Rose Hammock – Rose is enrolled with Round Valley Indian Tribes. She’s Pomo and Wailaki. Rose has family in Big Valley, Upper Lake, Elem and Tribes on the coast.
  • Elder Representative: Dean Hoaglin – Dean is Eastern Pomo, Coast Miwok, and Yuki and Wailaki with family throughout the project region. He is the Community Outreach Specialist for the Aunties and Uncles Program at Sonoma County Indian Health Project.


Community-Based Participatory Project

 

Our wellness initiative relies on our Native communities’ participation to produce appropriate changes in Sonoma, Mendocino and Lake County. The Project Advisory Council assists and supports the Tribal Youth Ambassadors for Tobacco Control by providing recommendations and approaches to Native community-based tobacco control efforts. The goal  of the Advisory Council is to assist this project in gaining support and involvement from our Native communities in order to promote Native community wellness and resiliency.

 

The 9-member Advisory Council meets bi-monthly throughout the 5-year Project. It is composed of youth, adults and elders from our local Native communities. The Advisory Council may form Ad Hoc Committees to assist with project activities and further Native Peoples’ involvement in preventing commercial tobacco use in our communities. To learn more about the Advisory Council, please feel free to view the By-Laws and Organizational Chart.


Advisory Council By-Laws

TYA for Tobacco Control Advisory Council Bylaws


Advisory Council Organizational Chart
coming soon

 

If you are interested in serving on the Advisory Council or one of its Ad Hoc Committees, please use fill out the Advisory Council questionnaire at this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/L5VMR3D and a project staff member will contact you.