Co-Founder and Principal



Peter Roybal is a multifaceted professional who is an entrepreneur, independent businessman and Tribal Council Member.  He has been active in his community, devoting his time to being an involved stakeholder and representative.  Peter's primary objective is to collaborate on projects that promote Native American culture and the enrichment of Indigenous Youth.  He believes that such projects are essential to preserving the rich Cultural Heritage of Native Americans and empowering the younger generation.  With his experience and expertise, Peter is committed to making a positive impact in his community and beyond.

Baltazar Fedalizo is a Native American of Chiricahua Apache descent.  He began his career in the military, serving in the Army before being recruited by the Navy.  He rose to the rank of Lieutenant and served his country with distinction.  

Baltazar is also an accomplished athlete, Academic All- American in high school, played on the last football team at CSU Long Beach State 49ers in 1991,  completing numerous marathons, triathlons, Open ocean swim races and has competed in mixed martial arts, his record 7-1-1 in Kage Kombat competition.  He brings the same discipline and determination to his professional life, where he has worked as an executive in corporate America and as an award winning entrepreneur; Franchisee of the year award at SUBWAY 2002 and Latin Business Leader of the year 2010 award for his biodiesel company from the Los Angeles Business Journal.  As a local business leader and community organizer, Baltazar has demonstrated a deep commitment to improving the lives of those around him.  He has been recognized for his work with a nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2017.  The only Native American ever to be nominated.   

Baltazar is part owner of one of the oldest Food Banks in his district of South Central Los Angeles.

Baltazar’s passion for public service has led to to run for Congress in the CA-37 District.

Amanda Schreiber is a finance professional and tribal member from Southern California. With a strong finance background, she combines her expertise with her commitment to her tribal community, working towards economic empowerment and preserving cultural heritage.

John Gallegos is a Chiricahua Apache born in the State of New Mexico. He is a skilled expert with 38 years of experience in the military and private sector. Mr. Gallegos’s leadership and skills were developed while serving in the Marine Corps from 1985-2006. He was responsible for the training of hundreds of Marines and Sailors under his command. After leaving the military, Mr. Gallegos worked with the AECOM Explosives Ordnance Disposal teams as the explosives safety manager. As Director of Homeland Security Services, Mr. Gallegos’ responsibilities included business development and providing security expertise to the US Department of Homeland Security throughout the world. He also served as the Senior Health and Safety Manager for various Top-Secret contracts between AECOM and the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Defense. Mr. Gallegos provided security to AECOM Environment Regional Executives and Project Leaders worldwide. John is currently working on his Master’s in Counseling with an emphasis in Clinical Mental Health.