The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians is governed by the Tribal Council, comprised of five members elected by the General Council. Tribal Council members are advocates for building a strong community and catalyze their efforts for change. They believe that community-building strategies range from participating, advocating, supporting and maximize synergy through partnerships. They recognize they can contribute to the prosperity of the individual, the community, and the nation and valuing education is vital to progress. The council continually widens their circle of community to create opportunities that strengthen the community.
Andrew “Dru” Alejandre was elected Chairman of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians in September 2016. Prior to being elected Chairman, he served as Tribal Secretary starting in April 2014. Alejandre grew up in nearby Williams and moved to Corning when the Tribe opened Rolling Hills Casino in 2001. He graduated from Corning Union High School and earned a degree in graphic design from the Art Institute in Sacramento.
Latisha Miller was elected by the General Council to serve as Vice Chair of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians in April 2014. She considers her appointment an honor and she looks forward to interpreting the needs of the tribe and turning them into action. She was born in Willits, California and is the great granddaughter of Sylvester Simmons of Paskenta. She grew up on the Round Valley Indian Reservation in Mendocino County, where she graduated from Round Valley High School.