A citizen of the Cherokee Nation, Kimberly has been working with the Osage Nation since January of 2015. In 2013, Kimberly completed six years in the United States Air Force as a Technical Control, Cyber Transport, and Infrastructure Specialist. In that time, Kimberly has obtained an Associates of Science degree in Business Administration from Tulsa Community College, an Associate of Applied Science degree in Electronic Systems Technology from the Community College of the Air Force, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Administrative Leadership from the University of Oklahoma. Over the course of her career she has acquired training and certifications in collections care, digitization, social media and marketing, and records management. She is currently enrolled at Northeastern State University and will be graduating in the Spring of 2021 with a Professional Masters in Business Administration. An artist in craftwork, graphic design, painting, and literature, Kimberly is also a mother of two, and a passionate advocate for sustainability and preservation ranging from permaculture to vital cultural collections for past, present and future generations.
Talon Ray Satepauhoodle
Guest Services Representative
Talon is a Kiowa/Osage coming from the Oberly family out of Hominy Oklahoma, and descends from Fidelis Cole (Allottee #161), Pearl Murry Cayue Buffalo (Allottee #25), John Oberly (Allottee #638), and Sara Petsemoie (Allottee #639). He graduated from Hominy High in 2012, attended Bacone College on a football scholarship and graduated Bacone College with an A.A in 2017, and B.A in 2018. While at Bacone Talon was president of Sigma Nu Alpha Gamma (2016-2018) and president of Center for American Indian Student Council (2016). He was also Treasurer and student rep for Student Council (2014-2018). While on the football team Talon was on the Champions of Character Team (2016) and Honorable Mention to the CSFL All-Conference Team (2015). Talon was an office assistant for Bacone College under Dr. Patti Jo. King working with the local museum called Ataloa Lodge. Before joining the Osage Nation Museum, Talon worked at the White Hair Memorial. He plans to help and educate all people Osage and non-Osage about our history and customs, old and new.