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Donna Semans
Director of Grassroots Organization

Donna Semans Donna Semans is Barb and OJ Semans’ daughter and is an enrolled member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, or Sicangu Oyate, and a vital part of Four Directions, Inc. As Director of Grassroots Organization, Semans ran Four Directions’ get-out-the-vote (GOTV) operation in South Dakota’s Oglala Sioux Tribe’s Pine Ridge Indian Reservation for the […]

Oliver and Barb Semans
Co-Executive Directors

Oliver and Barb Semans Barb and Oliver (OJ) Semans, both enrolled members of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, or Sicangu Oyate, helped form Four Directions, Inc., after leading the historic Native vote project in South Dakota’s 2002 U.S. Senate race. For that effort, the 21st Century Democrats awarded Barb and OJ the 2003 Paul Wellstone Grassroots […]

Wizipan Garriott Little Elk
Outreach Director

Wizipan Garriott Little Elk An enrolled Rosebud Sioux Tribe member, Wizipan Little Elk is a nationally recognized young Native leader. Wizipan first met Barb and OJ Semans during South Dakota’s 2004 U.S. Senate race, when Four Directions helped deliver record-breaking levels of Native voter turnout. Wizipan later joined Senator Barack Obama’s campaign for President as […]

Greg Lembrich
Legal Director

Greg Lembrich Since 2008, Greg Lembrich has served as Four Directions’ Legal Director on a pro bono basis, thanks in part to the support of his former law firm, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman. In this role, Greg has successfully lobbied state and local officials in South Dakota for increased Native American access to the polls, […]

Four Directions, Inc., is a 501(c)4 organization. Contributions to Four Directions, Inc. are not tax-deductible for federal income tax purposes and are not subject to public disclosure. Contributions to the Coalition of Large Tribes (COLT), a federally chartered corporation organized and jointly owned and controlled by member tribes, for Native voting rights work are tax-deductible to the donor as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes and are not subject to public disclosure of any kind.