Eunice Imogene Lambert, better known as Gene Lambert, has been in the world of education for over 14 years working with Mundus Institute, Everest College Phoenix, and UEI in the capacity of Senior Admissions Representative and Tribal Liaison.
Gene’s concentration for the Native American Communities is derived from her own background and relationship with the Citizen Potawatomi Nation in Shawnee, Oklahoma. Gene first served for nine years as the Regional Director for the Potawatomi Nation and later was voted into an elected officials capacity as Legislator for the past eight years.
She serves on the Committee for Education, Health and Welfare for the Citizen Potawatomi Nation and asTribal Liaison for Everest College Phoenix and UEI.
Gene served on the Foster Care Board, as well as CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocates, and as a foster parent, with focus toward Native American Children.
Arizona is Gene’s chosen home and over the years she has served as a member of many boards and committees here in our state. Namely they are Maricopa County Fair Board, Maricopa Youth Committee, YWCA, Governors’ Committee for Small Business, Arizona Business Alliance, Fiesta Bowl, and Arizona Country Western Music Association.
In addition, Gene is an ordained minister and was ordained in 1996 from the Living Bible Center in Mesa, Arizona. She is a Certified Hotel Administrator and an Inspector for the State of Arizona Structural Pest Control and former business owner of National Hospitality Associates, a consulting firm for the Hospitality Industry.
When Gene is not in the public eye, you will find her at home enjoying her friends, music, art and her love for the great outdoors.