Cindy Gamble, MPH is a member of the Tlingit Tribe and Kaa Xoos Hit Taan (Man’s Foot Clan.) As a private consultant, she works for the American Indian Health Commission on the WIC project. Cindy has worked with Tribal Health Organizations and Tribal
Communities in Alaska and Washington for over 29 years as a Health Director (17 years) and a Community Health Educator (12 years.) Cindy has served as an elected official for the Craig City School Board, the Craig School Indian Education Committee and the Alaska Native Sisterhood, Camp #19. She has also served on a variety of state, regional and local boards and committees for over 20 years while living in Alaska. Currently she serves on the advisory boards for the South Puget Inter-Tribal Planning Agency (SPIPA) B.E.A.R. Program, and the Chehalis Tribe Head Start
Committee. Cindy has been the recipient of an “Outstanding Leadership Award” from the Indian Health Service Health Promotion/Disease Prevention Program, and a “Distinction in Public Service Award” from the Prince of Wales Island Chamber of Commerce. Cindy has been married to husband, Jerry, for 30+years. They have 3 adult children.