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Cayuse Holdings Elects 2022 Board Positions

Updated: Feb 22, 2022

Cayuse Holdings announces the election of its chair and other positions for the Board of Directors.

Cisco Minthorn has been re-elected as Chair of the board. He is an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) and has served on the Cayuse Board since November of 2019. He works as a Vice President for Government Affairs for the Information Technology Industry Council and resides in the Washington DC area.

Shlomo Bibas was elected to another term a Vice Chair after serving 2019-2021 in that same role. He works for Celestica, serving as Senior Vice President and Global Chief Information Officer. He has nearly 30 years of experience in information technology management, business transformation and operations.

Sandra Sampson was elected to serve another year as the Cayuse Board Treasurer. She also serves as Treasurer of the CTUIR Board of Trustees, to which she was elected in November 2019. Sampson is a CTUIR enrolled member and is experienced in working with Tribes, State, and Federal government in the health services field, including managed care contracting.

Hank Humphreys was re-elected to the Board Secretary position. Humphreys joined the Cayuse Board in June 2020 and currently works as Vice President of Technology Program for Western Governors University. He brings a wealth of technology experience with his previous work for companies such as Workiva, Dropbox, Google, IBM, and BEA Systems.

Other members of the Cayuse Board are Leo Stewart, Monte Hong, Don Sampson, and Chief Executive Officer Billy Nerenberg.

The Cayuse Board of Directors, which is appointed by the CTUIR Board of Trustees, is charged with overseeing management and setting direction for Cayuse Holdings. Cayuse Holdings is wholly owned by the CTUIR and is a foremost provider of certified solutions for commercial, government and tribal customers. For more information about the company and Board members, go to

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