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Along with other Indigenous American leaders, Tadodaho is responsible for maintaining the history of the Haudenosaunee people. The position of Tadodaho is a lifetime appointment. According to tradition, when the previous Tadodaho dies, a council of chiefs from the Haudenosaunee chooses a leader from the Onondaga Nation.
In 2002, Sidney Hill was selected as the Tadodaho. He has been active in land claim cases in New York, by which the Iroquois nations have sought return or compensation for lands they were forced to cede to New York in the aftermath of the American Revolutionary War. The federal courts have upheld some land claim cases.
In 2005, Hill led a group from Onondaga Nation to file papers in United States federal court claiming land ownership over 4,000 square miles (10,000 km2) in Upstate New York. The e ownership assertion by the Onondaga Nation included land along Lake Ontario from the Thousand Islands through Syracuse, to the border of Pennsylvania, and including Onondaga Lake. Hill wanted to highlight the desire of his people to see Onondaga Lake restored to environmental health.
In May 2013, Tadodaho Hill sent a letter to several Iroquois communities in an effort to guide their relation to the Confederacy and its traditional principles.
The entire Haudenosaunee (Six Nations Confederacy) has 50 chiefs. The chiefs are all considered to have an equal voice. To show that they are leaders, the Peacemaker placed the antlers of the deer on the Gustoweh (headdress) of every Hoyane. When in council, every chief has an equal responsibility and equal say in the matters of the Haudenosaunee.
It is the responsibility of the chiefs to look forward seven generations to the future in making decisions. The chief titles originate from the original 50 leaders’ names from long ago. Each chief works with his Clan Mother and their clan. In council they are the voice of the people.
The Hoyane at the Onondaga Nation is divided into three separate benches. When an issue comes before the council, each bench of Hoyane all must agree before passing their decision to the next bench. When a decision by council has been passed, it comes with the backing of all three benches in agreement and is said that the chiefs are all “Of One Mind.”
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Margaret has over 30 years experience in the industry as an asset manager and advisor, including her role as executive vice president and CIO at Northern Trust Global Advisors, where she was responsible for managing assets in excess of $25 billion across all asset classes, including alternative investments and as Director of Research at a multi-family office advisory firm. Her areas of specialties include Outsourced CIO, Asset Allocation, Alternative Investments, and Impact Investing.
Margaret was nominated and recognized as “Top 50 Women in Wealth Management” and is the recipient of IMCA’s Stephen L. Kessler Writing Award. She is a founding board member of the Center for Women and Democracy at the University of Washington, and an angel investor in 100 Women in Hedge Funds. She served on IMCA’s board of directors from 2009 to 2014 and is Editor-in-Chief of the “Journal of Investment Consulting” and the “Investments & Wealth Monitor” editorial advisory board. She is a member of the investment committee of the YWCA Seattle/King/Snohomish. Margaret is Editor of Masters of Finance: Interviews with Some of the Greatest Minds in Investing and Economics (2014) and has appeared on CNBC and Bloomberg.
Margaret earned BA, MA, and PhD degrees, with emphasis in political economy and public finance, from the University of Washington-Seattle. She was a Kaufman Fellow at the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and completed the Executive Education Program in Risk Management at the Booth School of Business University of Chicago and completed post-graduate studies in quantitative methods at the University of Michigan- Ann Arbor.
Michael Roux is Chairman, Roux International and Senior Adviser to an associated group of companies, including Dragon Tree Capital. He was previously Director and Chairman, KPMG Asian Markets; Vice-Chairman, Citigroup; Director, Deutsche Asset Management; Director; Deutsche Bank Australia; Chairman, VicSuper Pty Ltd; Chairman, Victorian Superannuation Board; Director, Victorian Funds Management Corporation; Director, Local Authorities Superannuation Board; Executive Director, Office of State-Owned Enterprises and Deputy Secretary, Department of Treasury (Vic); Director, Office of Trade and Investment and Director-General, Ministry of Employment and training.
He is Founder, ADC Forum (Australian Davos Connection); Honorary Consul General of the Republic of Rwanda to Australia; Advisor to the President of the Republic of Rwanda; Member of the Presidential Advisory Council, Rwanda; Honorary Associate, King’s College London; Member, Asialink Advisory Council; Advisor and Ambassador with the World Economic Forum over 2 decades and Member, Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy.
He was previously Chairman, Victorian Opera; Director, VicUrban; Director, Great Barrier Reef Research Foundation; Director, Urban Land Authority; Director, Bell Shakespeare Company; Director, Heide Museum of Modern Art; Director, St James Ethics Centre; Honorary Fellow at Faculty of Business & Economics, Monash University; Chairman, Advisory Board Centre of Astrobiology, Macquarie University; Member, India Advisory Committee; Chairman, MyInternet Ltd; Director, NextEd Ltd; Member, Committee Barclays Global Investment Company; Advisor, Russell Company; Member, Opera Australia; Deputy Secretary, Department of Treasury; Honorary Treasurer, Camberwell Grammar School; Director, State Library; Chairman, Accident Compensation Commission; Director, Victorian Accident Rehabilitation; Honorary Trustee CEDA; Executive Chairman, Transport Accident Commission; Chairman/Managing Director, Road Traffic Authority; Chairman, Motor Accident Board; Chairman, Government Housing Authority and Research Fellow, Flinders University.
During his career Magnus has worked with different industries in a variety of positions including CEO, Marketing & Sales Manager, Brand Director and Service Delivery Manager.
Magnus is the chairman of the education committee of the branch organization KOMM (Swedish Association of Communications Agencies) and in that capacity he started a network for Swedish agency leaders focused on personal- and business development of the agency.
Today Magnus is CEO of BERG, a small brand agency working with all sectors and focused on the integration of the brand and business strategy.
Sepehr joined Plantagon’s core team of professionals as an active member and ambassador and currently serves as Board Member of Plantagon Non-Profit Association.
He chairs the national technical committee of Swedish Standards Institute (SIS) on Sustainable Urban Food Production, is the chair to SIS’s national technical committee on Sustainable and Smart Cities and Communities, works with European Committee for Standardization (CEN) on Smart and Sustainable Cities and Communities platform, ISO and IEC joint committee (JTC1) on Smart Cities and holds a chair with International Standard Organization (ISO) as technical committee member on Sustainable Development in Communities.
In 2014, she had the opportunity to present Plantagon’s business model in a TEDx Talk, which today reached over 1500 views. Public speaking has also been conducted for audiences such as top Universities, private arrangements and Chinese delegations including the Chinese Ambassador, Mr. Lan Lijun
She served as a board member for Rotary’s youth organisation Rotaract Campus Stockholm between 2012-2013. During her time as International Chair, she was initiating a project to enhance sustainability and environmental awareness in the Rotary Organisation. The project was later presented for the Global President, Mr Sakuji Tanaka.
With a strong passion for the latest innovations and technology, she joined a Silicon Valley start-up to leverage her communication skills and interest for spreading new inventions.