Michael A. Goze (Ho-Chunk) is the Chief Executive Officer of the American Indian Community Development Corporation.
Mike has a long history of service in the American Indian community and greater Phillips community. He has worked in real estate and in chemical health and dependancy. He was a past director of Mission Lodge in Plymouth and a chemical health councilor for Hennepin County. He has worked at the American Indian Center and the Lifeskills Center for Leadership. His background will serve as a solid foundation for meeting AICDC objectives.
Mike's top priorities are to visit the continuous care and chemical health areas and to address home ownership. Mike believes that homeownership is a way to increase stability and economic development in the American Indian community. He has a particular interest in providing safe and affordable homes to special needs American Indians and elders.