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MWT CDC Mission Statement

Organized to engage in activities that will promote the social welfare, economic security and community development of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe and its enrolled citizens that will enable the Tribe to be self-sufficient and to provide economic support for its tribal citizens.


MWT CDC Vision Statement

It is our vision to develop a successful, native enterprise that will own and operate a portfolio of sustainable businesses that tackle the most pressing issues - low income, high unemployment and lack of affordable housing – that citizens of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe have struggled with for generations.


MWT CDC Values

Our work is grounded in four core values: Equity, Sustainability, Traditional Knowledge, and Diverse Economy

EQUITY
All Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal citizens deserve access to affordable housing, well-paying jobs, and a economic engine that values their heritage, customs and beliefs.

SUSTAINABILITY
We envision a strong, resilient native economy characterized by healthy homes, clean water and successful business enterprises that serve the needs of the market and the environment.

TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE
For generations upon generations the citizens of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe have thrived in this area. They understand the environment and the community and are our best asset for developing a vibrant, native economy.

DIVERSE ECONOMY
The talent and knowledge within the community varies widely and we believe a native economy should have inclusive pathways to prosperity with a variety of opportunities for citizens to secure their livelihood.

Angela C. Shwom: CDC Board member since 2011   Over 20 years of grant administration specifically workforce development for Native American non-profits and Tribal Governments. The president of Wampanoag Productions Media and Communications consultant for Fleet Bank, Victory Supermarkets and Blue Cross Blue Shield. Angela is a Massachusetts License Realtor with sales performance portfolio of over 2 million specializing in commercial properties.

Angela C. Shwom: CDC Board member since 2011

Over 20 years of grant administration specifically workforce development for Native American non-profits and Tribal Governments. The president of Wampanoag Productions Media and Communications consultant for Fleet Bank, Victory Supermarkets and Blue Cross Blue Shield. Angela is a Massachusetts License Realtor with sales performance portfolio of over 2 million specializing in commercial properties.

Nancy Rose CDC Board Member since 2011   2016 to Present CDC Treasurer  23 Years in the Health Field  5 Years as Co-Owner at JN Rose Co.,LLC ~ Heavy Duty Dump Trucks and Heavy Equipment for local contruction.  7 Years as the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Finance Assistant  Over 2 Years as the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Court Clerk   COMMITTED and DEPENDABLE

Nancy Rose CDC Board Member since 2011

2016 to Present CDC Treasurer

23 Years in the Health Field

5 Years as Co-Owner at JN Rose Co.,LLC ~ Heavy Duty Dump Trucks and Heavy Equipment for local contruction.

7 Years as the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Finance Assistant

Over 2 Years as the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Court Clerk

COMMITTED and DEPENDABLE