Huumaay has spent many years working with Native Indians in Southern California as a advocate for
Civil Rights while working on Humanitarian projects within his Rez, the San Pasqual Indian Reservation. His steadfast
commitment and dedication in helping our people in any capacity and his hundreds of hours of volunteer work has earned him
great respect in many circles. He has taken the initiative to become a leader in Southern California while organizing
numerous donation drives to help his fellow natives who are less fortunate.
His main focus has been to deliver supplies to the Pine Ridge and Rosebud Reservation, especially in
the depth of winter. Those winter challenges have help to develop strong character for Huumaay and his relatives and friends
who have assisted while exposing them to extreme poverty of other native Indians right here in the USA. His continual drive
to obtain donations, to find storage and solicit transportation and expenses with help from his Rez, other casino reservations,
private and public donors, his relatives and friends, has developed leadership skills worthy of a warrior for fighting for
his people and all Indian people.
In January 2014 he was appointed by the board
as the new President of the AIHF. He succeeds our past President Billy War Soldiers. Huumaay was chosen by Billy to be our
Vice President testifying to his abilities to some day take Billy's place as a natural leader of his people.