The Center Manager is a live in-position who reports to the Executive Director and Pukúu’s Board of Directors and is responsible for policymaking, funding, planning, organizing, staffing and directing activities through the staff. Responsible for the overall supervision of acquisition, preservation, research, interpretation, and presentation. In addition, is responsible for the operation, maintenance and repair of the physical buildings including heating, lighting, ventilation, air conditioning and electrical systems, and cleaning services. Supervises maintenance and NICOA employees, and voluntary grounds crews.
Mr. Orosco is an enrolled member of the Kewa (Santa Domingo) Pueblo and is also descended from the Sac and Fox Tribe.