She was a widely-recognized Native American leader and lead plaintiff in the groundbreaking litigation Cobell v. Kempthorne which challenged the United States mismanagement of trust funds belonging to more than 500,000 individual Native Americans. A banker, Ms. Cobell was formerly the Treasurer of the Blackfeet Tribe of Montana and she established the Blackfeet National Bank. She served on the Board of the Native American Bank and First Interstate Bank.
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