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Robert R. McGhee

Vice Chair / Chief Government & Public Affairs Officer

As an enrolled member of the Poarch Creek Indians, Robert McGhee has been involved in and an advocate for Native American issues at all levels of government. Mr. McGhee is currently serving his fifth term on the Poarch Creek Indians Tribal Council, in which he holds the position of Vice Chairman. In this capacity Mr. McGhee is honored to represent his people “government-to-government” at the Local, State, and Federal levels regarding issues of Education, Health Care, Economic Development and Sovereign Immunity.

Prior to moving back to Atmore, Robert McGhee worked in Washington, D.C. for approximately five years at the Department of Interior-Bureau of Indian Affairs, the United States Senate and Troutman Sanders LLP-Indian Law Practice Group.

Before accepting the position of Governmental Relations Advisor for the Poarch Creek Indians, Mr. McGhee served in several capacities for the Tribe. He was employed by the Tribe as the Tribal Administrator, which is the Governmental entity of the Tribe, and President of Creek Indian Enterprises (CIE), which is the Economic Development entity of the Poarch Creek Indians.

Mr. McGhee holds undergraduate degrees from University of South Alabama and University of Alabama, a MSW from Washington University in St. Louis and an Executive Masters in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee Knoxville. During his tenure in DC and here at the Poarch Creek Indians, Mr. McGhee has had the opportunity to serve on numerous White House Initiatives and boards. Currently he serves on the Board of the National Indian Child Welfare Board, Children First Alabama, Eastern Delegate for National Indian Gaming Association, Board of Advisors for the Center for Native American Youth, Alabama Humanities Foundation Board of Directors and Vice President for United South and Eastern Tribes.

Robert McGhee currently resides in Mobile, Alabama.

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