Scott Ratliff - Chair
Scott Ratliff was born in Fort Washakie on the Wind River Reservation and he is an enrolled member of
the Eastern Shoshone Tribe. Scott has a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s
degree in Guidance. He worked at Central Wyoming College for 25 years, he was elected to the
Wyoming House of Representatives and served for 12 years, and he served for eight years on the State
Board of Education. He was the founding board chair of the Wind River Development Fund and served
on the board from 2003-2011. Scott is currently the Tribal Liaison for United States Senator Cynthia
Seth Murray - Vice Chair
Seth Murray grew up on the Wind River Reservation and he is an enrolled member of the Eastern
Shoshone Tribe. Seth graduated from Lander Valley High School and received a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Pre-Law from West Texas A&M. He worked for the Tribal Prosecutor and then began his career at Marathon Oil. Seth started ranching in 2004 and pursued ranching full time when he left Marathon Oil in 2013.
Bryan Neely - Treasurer
Bryan Neely graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture.
Bryan worked for the United States Department of Agriculture from 1984 until 1997, and then started a
career in commercial banking until his retirement. In addition to his role as Board Treasurer, Bryan
chairs the WRDF Loan Committee.
Roy Brown was born and raised on the Wind River Reservation and he is an enrolled member of the
Northern Arapaho Tribe. Roy began his career at Fremont County School District #38 in Arapahoe. He
was elected to the Northern Arapaho Business Council and served as the Chairman from 2016 to 2018.
Roy was the Superintendent of Fremont County School District #38 in Arapahoe, WY from 2019 to 2023.
He is currently the Director of Cultural Climate and Native American Education at Fremont County
School District #25 in Riverton, WY.
Roxanne Friday is an enrolled member of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and also part of the Seneca Nation
of Indians of New York, Alleghany Reservation, Wolf Clan. She is an Episcopal Priest for the Wind River
Indian Reservation and she was the first Native American woman ordained to the priesthood in the
Episcopal Church in Wyoming. Previously, Roxanne served as the Director of Finance for the Wind River
L. Robert Murray
L. Robert Murray is an enrolled member of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and he grew up on the Wind
River Reservation. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wyoming, and earned
his law degree from the University of Denver. His law career began in the litigation division of the
Denver, Colorado law firm of Holland and Hart. He later served as in-house attorney for the Eastern
Shoshone Tribe before joining the United State Attorney’s office for the District of Wyoming. In June of
2022, he retired as the United States Attorney for Wyoming.
Heather SunRhodes is an enrolled member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe on her paternal side and from
the Jemez Pueblo People on her maternal side. She was raised in New Mexico and then moved to the
Wind River Indian Reservation as a young adult. She has worked for Indian Health Service and the Tribal
health care system, which prepared her for her role as Tribal Premium Sponsorship Benefit Coordinator
for the Wind River Family & Community Health Care Clinics.