Tribal Council

2019-2020 Muckleshoot Tribal Council

 2019 Council Photo

Top Row Left to Right:

Jaison Elkins - Chair 
Donny Stevenson - Vice Chair
Jeremy James - Secretary
John Daniels Jr. - Treasurer

Bottom Row Left to Right: 

Virginia Cross
Jessica Garcia-Jones
Mike Jerry Sr.
Anita Mitchell
Louie Ungaro










As Chairperson of the Muckleshoot Tribal Council I extend to you a warm welcome and invite you to look through the information on this site to learn more about our people, our culture and our community.

The past decade has been a time of great progress for the Muckleshoot Tribe. It was almost 14 years ago that the Tribal Council established a plan to guide the tribe's economic rebirth made possible by tribal gaming. That plan has served as our roadmap as we developed and implemented programs and plans to secure the tribe's immediate future and lay the groundwork for a bright and prosperous future.

The Muckleshoot Tribe takes great pride in the important role we play in this state and region. The Tribe has grown to become one of the largest employers in southeast King County and the economic impact of our various business ventures is significant. Through our Charity Fund and Community Impact contributions the Tribe provides almost $3 million annually to local governments, schools, churches and non-profit organizations. The Tribe's role as co-manager of the natural resources in this area benefits the entire region.

On behalf of the Tribal Council and all Muckleshoot people, thanks for your interest in the Tribe. Whether you visit our casino or Bingo Hall, attend a concert at the White River Amphitheatre, enjoy a stay at the Salish Lodge and Spa or just visit the reservation, please know that we appreciate your friendship and support.

Thank you for visiting the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe's web site