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ABOUT US

Turning Interest Into Action

In 1870 Charles H. Cook moved to Sacaton, Arizona to serve as a teacher to the Akimel O’odham people. He was ordained by the Presbyterian Church and it was important to Cook to offer quality educational opportunities for Native people to train to serve their communities through the ministry. 
In the early 1900’s he established the Cook Bible School, first located in Phoenix and later, moving to a campus in Tempe, Arizona. Cook Christian Training School affirmed its position among the foremost in producing Christian leaders, pastors, teachers, educators and community leaders from across the nation and beyond.

 

OUR TEAM

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WENDY WESTON

Executive Director, CEO

Navajo

DELLA PENA

Administrative Manager/Board Liaison

Gila River Pima

DINA LOPEZ

Program Manager

Xicana

 

MEET OUR BOARD

Sandra Pattea, Board of Director Chair,
SharonTom, Board of Director, Vice-Chair
Annette Stewart, Secr

SANDRA PATTEA

Chair
Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation

SHARON TOM

Vice Chair
Navajo

ANNETTE STEWART

Secretary
Gila River Pima

Theresa Natoni Price, Board of Director,
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THERESA PRICE

Treasurer

REV. ALVIN DEER

Board of Director

VANCE HOME GUN

Board of Director
Confederated Salish / Kootenai

Rev. Dr. Steven Marsh, Board of DIrector
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REV. DR. STEVEN MARSH

Board of Director

REV. DR. SAM WYNN

Board of Director
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GEORGE "SKIP" HERBERT

Board of Director

 
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