iTEMA Staff


Chief Membership Services Officer

Photo of Dore BietzDore Bietz (Northern and Southern Me-Wuk) resides on the Tuolumne Rancheria in Central California. After receiving a degree in Landscape Architecture, Ms. Bietz has worked for tribes specializing in realty and land use. As a former council woman, Dore understands the complexities of tribal governments and the need to foster better communication between tribes and outside agencies. An expert in California Indian land issues, Ms. Bietz has testified in front of Congress, worked with the administration on land regulations and served as a technical consultant to Tribes throughout the country.

Ms. Bietz currently works as a Planner for the Tuolumne MeWuk Tribal Council where she is involved in every aspect of community development. Ms. Bietz also serves as the Tuolumne Me-Wuk Tribal CERT as the Program Manager and is a CERT Instructor working with the Tribal Community in developing their emergency management system. Outside of her daily work routine, Dore is a member of the National Ski Patrol and serves as a first responder to both the Dodge Ridge and Kirkwood Ski Resorts.