Sophia Francis, Board President

My name is Sophia Francis.  I am elected as Winslow Residential Hall, school board from my community of Teesto and elected as the Teesto Chapter official Secretary/Treasurer.  I am representing my students and parents of Teesto.  I have minimal education after high school, but I do have a background in accounting.  I worked with women, infant, and children for six years under the Navajo Nation and I  provided nutritional information to the surrounding communities.

My son attended Winslow High School and he resided at Winslow Residential Hall, Inc. for four years.  I wanted to be part of the decision making to express and share my concerns regarding  our students' academic and safety, and mostly teaching our students' responsibilities on taking care of themselves, their residential hall home setting, and to treat them with kindness and respect.  Our students provide funding each school year with their attendance during count week, so as parents we are stake holders.

WRHI Governing Board

WRHI Governing Board is comprised of four elected members, who represent various areas upon the Navajo Nation.

Robert Chee, Board Vice President

My name is Robert Chee from Leupp, Navajo Nation, Arizona.  As a child, I was resided in Fort Thomas, Arizona and graduated from Fort Thomas High School.  To further my education, I continued at Nazarene Bible College in Colorado Springs, Colorado where I received my Bachelor of Science in Theology.

For work experience, I was employed as a Counselor Technician with Navajo County Community Counseling Center in Winslow, Arizona.  I also worked at a Residential Manager for the following residential programs:  Leupp Schools, Inc., Winslow Residential Hall, Inc., Kinlani Bordertown Dormitory, and Tsiyaakin Residential Hall.  Later, I was employed as a Student Services Manager at Greasewood Springs Community School.

Currently, I am serving my as Board Vice President at Winslow Residential Hall, Inc.