We are thrilled to partner with Waséyabek Development Company on a new investment. The new opportunity, Zip Xpress / Green Transportation is an important reflection of our Tribal values and will continue to offer economic benefits for years to come.
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Today, the Board of Directors of Gun Lake Investments (GLI) has accepted the resignation of CEO Kurtis Trevan. Kurtis was an integral part of GLI’s growth of the last six years. We wish Kurtis well in his future endeavors and thank him for his service.
As we start the process for his replacement, the Board has engaged DWH’s Monica King to be interim CEO. Monica is a very experienced and dedicated professional that is no stranger to GLI. She has led the Board through a thorough and exciting strategic plan, as well as served as a contracted COO. As we move forward to our next phase, the Board would like to thank the amazing GLI employees, two of which are Gun Lake Tribal Citizens and Tribal Council, who put their faith in us. As to our business partners, we assure you we will continue to honor and strengthen our relationships
We are proud to be featured in the latest New York Times article regarding Native American Tribes and our efforts to build and grow our communities. Featuring our investment in McKay Tower with Waséyabek Development Company, the investment arm of the Nottawaseppi Huron Band, this article expands on how tribal nations are creating more opportunities in our Native communities through strategic real estate investments.
The seeds for the joint purchase of the iconic McKay Tower building in downtown Grand Rapids took root years ago when the CEOs at Waséyabek Development Co. LLC and Gun Lake Investments started talking about doing deals together.