Tina Abrams, a longtime member of the Seneca Nation Tribal Council, has been elected to a three-year term on the Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Board of Directors.
Abrams was first elected to the Council in 2001 and has served as co-chair since 2012. As a member of the Council, she provides significant oversight to the Seneca Nation’s business interests, including the Seneca Gaming Corporation, Seneca Gaming Authority, Seneca One Stops and Seneca Construction Management Corporation. She previously served as director of the Seneca Nation’s Class II gaming enterprises, including Seneca Gaming & Entertainment operations in Irving and Salamanca.
Abrams is currently serving a two-year term as Northeast Area vice president of the National Conference of American Indians (NCAI), the oldest, largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization serving the interests of tribal governments and communities across the United States.
Earlier this year, Abrams was invited to give the invocation for NCAI’s State of Indian Nations Address, which was broadcast to a nationwide audience. She is a member of the organization’s Covid Task Force and also serves on the Cattaraugus County Planning Board.