Randy'L Teton

Randy’L Teton is born and raised in southeastern Idaho and a member of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall Reservation. She serves as the Public Affairs Manager for the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes and is the point of contact for all external media, public relations and cultural tourism in partnership with regional, tribal, state, and federal agencies.  
Teton’s educational background includes U.S. history, Native American history, Museum Studies (conservation and exhibition planning) and Public Speaking. She has a degree in Museum Studies from Institute of American Indian Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art History from the University of New Mexico. She also interned at each of the National Museum of American Indian (NMAI) Museums in New York City and Washington DC; Peebles Island, New York; the Money Museum in Fort Collins, Colorado, and Buffalo Bill Center of the West Museum in Cody, Wyoming.   
Randy’L currently serves as the Native Vote Coordinator for federal and state elections and is actively involved with several tribal and state organizations such as COLT (Coalition of Large Tribes) organization, American Indian Association (AIANTA) Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council (RMTLC) organization, Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI) organization, American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) organization and National Congress of American Indian (NCAI).  
Randy’L received the Southeast Idaho Business Journal’s “Twenty under 40” award and the “Idaho Hometown Hero Medal Award” that recognizes significant dedication and achievement to the Southeastern Idaho community. Randy’L is active in the local community and serves as a member of the Pocatello Rotary Club, as a tribal liaison to the Idaho State Historical Society, a Board member of Southeast Idaho High Country Tourism, a Board member for Museum of Idaho, member of the local city Chamber of Commerce, a Board member of Lillian Vallely Foundation (a Native American youth foundation), and served as a former elected Chair of Blackfoot Indian Education Committee (2017-2020).
n her spare time, she devotes her time with her three children and collecting Native American currency, specifically Sacajawea Dollar coins. 


Through the Eyes of Randy'L Teton, An Indigenous Perspective