Meet the Staff

Get to know our determined and enthusiastic staff at the Onöhsagwë:de’ Cultural Center.

At the Onöhsagwë:de’ Cultural Center (OCC), staff from the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum and SNI Archives, collaboratively put their minds together; ensuring a common goal of preserving and sharing Hodinöhsö:ni’ heritage for generations to come.

Hayden Haynes

Director

Seneca Nation, Deer Clan / Kiowa/ Mvskoke

Favorite thing about working at the OCC:

“Building community.”

(716)-945-1760 ext. 7836

Lisa George

Assistant Director

Wichita Tribe, Seneca Nation, Heron Clan

Favorite thing about working at the OCC:

“Always learning.”

(716)-945-1760 ext. 3453

Randee Spruce

Curator

Seneca Nation, Heron Clan

Favorite thing about working at the OCC:

“Working with our nation’s history.”

(716)-945-1760 ext. 3333

Johnna Crouse

Collections Manager/Conservator

Seneca Nation / Muscogee Creek, Hawk Clan

Favorite thing about working at the OCC:

“Meeting new people near and far.”

(716)-945-1760 ext. 7852

Brianna Lyman

Collections Database Manager

Favorite thing about working at the OCC:

“The endless opportunities for growth.”

(716)-945-1760 ext. 3458

Alan Dowdy

Lead Cultural Interpreter

Tuscarora Nation, Turtle Clan

Favorite thing about working at the OCC:

“Being involved in community gatherings

and learning history.”

(716)-945-1760 (Front Desk)

Carson Redeye

Lead Cultural Interpreter

Seneca Nation/Onondaga, Wolf Clan

Favorite thing about working at the OCC:

“Having grown up in the same community.”

(716)-945-1760 (front desk)

Rebecca Bowen

Archives Manager

Seneca Nation, Bear Clan

Favorite thing about working at the OCC:

“Putting together a collection of historical

SNI records that will be available for our

future generations.”

(716)-945-1760 ext. 7849

Arthur Hill

Records Manager

Seneca Nation, Wolf Clan

Favorite thing about working at the OCC:

“Accessioning Nation records and providing

a service to internal departments.”

(716)-945-1760 ext. 7848