Office of Public Affairs.

The Office of Public Affairs serves as the primary point of contact with external media and coordinates the tribes’ governmental affairs activities at the state and national levels. The Office of Public Affairs works with several organizations - in press, private, governmental and consulting arenas. We are always striving to strengthen the mission of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes and would love to contact you about feature stories or press releases.

Randy'L Teton, Public Affairs Manager.

 Randy’L Teton is born and raised in southeastern Idaho and a member of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall Reservation. She serves as the Public Affairs Manager for the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes and is the point of contact for all external media, public relations and cultural tourism in partnership with regional, tribal, state, and federal agencies. 

Teton’s educational background includes U.S. history, Native American history, Museum Studies (conservation and exhibition planning) and Public Speaking. She has a degree in Museum Studies from Institute of American Indian Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art History from the University of New Mexico. She also interned at each of the National Museum of American Indian (NMAI) Museums in New York City and Washington DC; Peebles Island, New York; the Money Museum in Fort Collins, Colorado, and Buffalo Bill Center of the West Museum in Cody, Wyoming.

  • Public Affairs Manager
  • (208)478-3818
  • rteton@sbtribes.com

Yvette Tuell, Policy Analyst.


Yvette Towersap Tuell was born and raised on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, in the Ross Fork District. She graduated from Blackfoot High School, and went on to college at Washington State University, attending the Natural Resource/Environmental Program for American Indians. She later graduated from Idaho State University with a Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology, with a minor in American Indian Studies. Ms. Tuell studied at Vermont Law School in 1998-2000, earning a Masters of Studies in Environmental Law. She is received a Master of Arts in History from the University of Utah in 2019, along with Certificates in Public History and Historic Preservation. She is particularly interested in American Indian history, and incorporating Tribal history into federal land management and public history.

Yvette
  • Policy Analyst
  • (208)637-9939
  • ytuell@sbtribes.com

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