President Obama's Native American Policy Advisor? Denver Resident Submitted as Possible Candidate for Policy Advisor to the President

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Dr. James A. Tindall from Denver, Colorado has been submitted as a possible candidate for President Obama's policy advisor for Native American Affairs. He is an outstanding Native American and an armed forces veteran with remarkable credentials.

Dr. Tindall founded the think tank 'Global Security Affairs & Analysis' that is dedicated to pushing public policy on global environmental and sustainable security issues. He holds BS, MS, PhD and MA degrees, ranging from agriculture and water to physics and homeland security -- the latter was completed at the United States Naval Postgraduate School in 2006. He is very adept at developing solutions for the most complex issues. Dr. Tindall has worked with 26 tribes in the U.S. having good rapport with them, writing a variety of business plans for tribal operations for agriculture and other business ventures to help sustain employment and revenues due to remoteness of many reservations from employment centers. He has performed similar work with indigenous peoples in Latin and South America.

Dr. Tindall has held a variety of positions in both the public and private sectors including technical projects director, research coordinator, a vice president, scientist, and chief technology officer, as well as adjunct professor at several universities in the U.S. and Latin America. He has been involved in the Middle East Peace Process -- with Israeli, Jordanian, and Palestinian scientists, planners, and policy makers and, with Romania on environmental issues during its efforts to join the European Union. He has also worked extensively in Latin America with a variety of government and NGO organizations in agriculture, security, water issues and catastrophe intelligence that involve myriad intricacies for large cities and country-level organizations. He is also an author, businessman, and entrepreneur. For a brief profile, more information, or to schedule an interview with Dr. Tindall please call (919) 633-1194.


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