Indian Pueblos Marketing, Inc. (IPMI) was founded in 1976 by the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico. Jointly owned and operated by the Pueblos, IPMI was created to provide economic opportunities for Pueblo and Native American artists, as well as employment and career development opportunities for Pueblo people. IPMI is a for-profit umbrella that includes a premier Native American arts store and website, an award-winning New Native American Cuisine restaurant, the largest Starbucks in New Mexico and other properties that support our Pueblo culture and communities.

IPMI Mission

We are a federally chartered, for profit corporation owned by the 19 Pueblos- established to generate revenue to contribute to the long- and short term self-sustainability of both the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and Indian Pueblos Marketing, Inc.

IPMI Leadership

Michael Canfield – President & CEO
Pueblo of Laguna

Christopher Anderson – Chief Financial Officer

Monique Fragua – VP of Commercial Enterprises
Pueblo of Jemez

Emily K. Howard – VP of Marketing

Michelle Garcia – VP of Support Services

Dr. Beverlee J. McClure – VP of Cultural & Community Engagement

Board of Directors

Ron Shutiva

Chairman of the Board
Pueblo of Acoma

Former Governor, Pueblo of Acoma
New Mexico State Highway Department, Native American Liaison

Chris L. Baca

Vice-Chairman of the Board
Pueblo of Santa Clara

Retired IT Professional

James Roger Madalena

Secretary of the Board
Pueblo of Jemez

New Mexico State Representative
Tribal Council Member, Pueblo of Jemez
Former Governor, Pueblo of Jemez

Larry Phillips Jr.

Board Member
Pueblo of Ohkay Owingeh

Ohkay Owingeh, Natural Resources Director

Bruce Bleakman

Board Member

REDW CPAs, Partner


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