Community Education Tops Discussion at Medford Chamber Luncheon

**This article also appears in the January edition of Wik’uuyàm Heetà, the Cow Creek Tribal Newsletter. Tribal members have access to the full library of newsletters, by logging in and clicking here.**

Cow Creek Umpqua government and businesses leaders recently participated in important discussions about education at the Chamber Forum hosted by the Chamber of Medford and Jackson County.

Tribal CEO Michael Rondeau, Deputy Director of Tribal Government Alicia McAuley, Education Programs Officer Jesse Jackson, and Chief Operations Officer of Umpqua Ventures Travis Hill participated in the event at the Rogue Valley Country Club on December 13.

Hill and Jackson were invited to sit on panels to discuss foundational partnerships in the community that promote education and learning opportunities.

The Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians is a sponsor of the Chamber of Medford and Jackson County.