Executive Director and Loan Officer
Pamela has been a full time employee of NiiCaP since 2008.
A Member of the Menominee Tribe, Pamela is familiar with Target Market residents, economy and challenges. Her duties include client intake, project assessment, business plan assistance for loan applicants, loan application assistance, credit analysis for applicants, compliance reporting and portfolio management.
Pamela has a BA with honors in Political Science, and is certified in Asset Building Strategies, financial education curriculum and financial curriculum training.
NiiCaP is a member of the Wisconsin Indigenous Economic Development Corporation (WIEDC), and Pamela is serving as the Chairwoman.
Director of Operations
Kaycee joined NiiCaP full time in December as the Director of Operations.
Her duties play a critical role in developing and codifying the systems, processes and organizational culture to enable NiiCaP to achieve its mission.
Kaycee has a Master’s degree in Leadership and Organizational Development from Lakeland University.
Gwen is a part-time employee and has been with NiiCap since 2013. A Member of the Menominee Tribe, Gwen is familiar with Target Market residents, economy, and challenges. Some of her duties include client intake and general office support.
Gwen has an Associates of Arts in the Foundations of Business.
NiiCaP Board members represent an excellent cross section of our Target Market areas.
The Board is accountable to our Target Market thru public meetings, community involvement, and periodic public reporting and information.
Experience and knowledgeable of Native cultural heritage, Native dance performer, business person, and well versed in Native law.
Menominee Tribal Member, Past Tribal Legislator and Community Development Manager for the Menominee Tribe. Experienced in project development, implementation, community planning, technical assistance delivery, project evaluation and Tribal liaison.
Sokaogon Chippewa Tribal Member, Manager of Tribal Enterprise: SCC Convenience Store.
Ms. Anaya is an experienced manager, understanding of business operations, sales, staffing, inventory, purchasing and marketing.
Lac du Flambeau resident. Head of the Lac du Flambeau Planning Department and Methodist minister.
Experience in management, Tribal liaison, project design, implementation, reporting, impact measurement, financial supervision, and budget planning and control.
Lac du Flambeau Tribal Member and University of Wisconsin Resource Agent for Lac du Flambeau.
Experienced in business technical assistance and classroom training, facilitator, educator, program design, and implementation and impact measurement.
Lac du Flambeau Tribal Member. Retired private business owner. Experienced business owner and manager, experience with lending as a business owner and consumer of lending products.
Menominee Tribal Member. Experienced manager and knowledgeable in traditional Native cultures.
- Credit Committee -
NiiCaP's five-member Credit Decision Committee is appointed by, and acts independently of, the Board.
The Credit Decision Committee reviews credit analysis and loan recommendations.
- Consultants -
- KerberRose, CPAs - Accounting and payroll services
- KRA Technology, Inc. - IT (Information Technology) services
- Paul Black, Attorney - Loan closing, security filings and collections
- WIPFLI CPAs and Consultants - Auditing
- HVS/Image Keepers, Inc. - Marketing services