KSUT welcomes new board member, Mikki Naranjo

Four Corners Public Radio | By KSUT Staff
Published January 15, 2022
Mikki Naranjo has joined the KSUT Board of Directors./courtesy of Mikki Naranjo

Mikki Naranjo is the newest member of the KSUT Board of Directors, filling one of three open seats to be held by enrolled members of the Southern Ute Tribe.

Ms. Naranjo is a graduate of Fort Lewis College with a B.A. in Accounting. She worked for the Sky Ute Casino Resort in the finance department for 16 years, from accounting technician to controller. In addition, she's held various positions within the Southern Ute Indian Tribe's finance department and is currently employed as the Contracts & Grants Manager for the Tribe's Permanent Fund.

Mikki is the founder of "Shadow Wind Dancers" and has performed for various organizations and companies throughout Colorado. She has coordinated Native American dance events for the casino and helped produce the annual casino pow wow, as well as assisted with the "Heritage Performance Train Ride" with the Durango/Silverton Train and was acknowledged with a Governor's Volunteer Tourism Award.