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Pinoleville Pomo Nation
500b Pinoleville Drive
Ukiah, CA 95482
Telephone Number: 707.463.1454
Fax Number: 707.463.6601

Thank you for your interest in our Environmental Department, for all inquiries fill the form out below.  Please scroll down to Meet the Staff, and we will do our best to reply to your request in a timely manner.  

Meet the Staff

My name is Bernadette Mora, I am the EPA Director and the Grants Manager for the Pinoleville Pomo Nation. I was born and raised in the Ukiah Valley and I am an enrolled member of the Hopland Band of Pomo Indians. I have a Bachelor’s Degree from University Nevada, Reno with a double major in Economics and Gaming Management. My passion has always been to work with my people in Indian Country and have spent the last 20 years doing so. A hobby and love of mine is basketball, I have spent a majority of my life on the basketball court either playing or coaching. The love I have for the game runs deep and I try to share that love and knowledge with each and every athlete that steps on my court. Giving back to my community whether it be at work, on the court, or in my community has and will always be a priority in my life. I appreciate the opportunity that Pinoleville Pomo Nation has given me and I am Blessed to be a part of their team!

My name is Dakota Peres Gonzalez. I am Native American and Mexican, I am twenty-three years old. I enjoy meeting new people and creating new connections. I strive to learn new things or new skills as often as I can, my goal is to learn something new every day. I am hard working and tentative to detail. I am always willing to help others as long as I am able. My favorite things include exploring nature and watching sports such as football, basketball, and MMA.

My name is Alicia Beecher, I am the EPA Administrative Assistant for the Pinoleville Pomo Nation. I currently reside in Lakeport; CA. I am an enrolled member of the Hopland Band of Pomo Indians. I have about eighteen years of experience in administrative background in all capacities of tribal government. I am very grateful to have been given the opportunity to work for the Pinoleville Pomo Nation.