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139 Millennium - A Marquis Who’s Who Magazine GOVERNMENT AND MILITARY Millennium Magazine Featured Listee SUPERVISOR (RETIRED) New York City Department of Sanitation Laurelton, NY DATA INTEGRITY AND REPORTING STRATEGIST The Chickasaw Nation Ada, OK DAVID B. FOX Drawing upon an associate degree from New York City Technical College and a BBA from the New York City College of Technology, David B. Fox commenced his career with JPMorgan Chase & Co. in 1984, where he excelled as a security specialist for 15 years until 1999. Subsequently, he joined the New York City Department of Sanitation, where he first served as a sanitation worker from 1999 to 2007. Ascending the ranks, he then served as a supervisor for the Department of Sanitation from 2007 until his retirement in 2020. Overall, he has accrued nearly 40 years of experience in his career. Mr. Fox has been a volunteer for the African American Benevolent Society and the Christian Cultural Center, who bestowed upon him an Olympics Trophy in 1985. He also served the Ambassadors for Christ as a choir singer for some time. As a former commander of the Awana Clubs International, he was named Best in Memorizing Scriptures in 2006, Best Director in 2007 and Best Commander in 2009, all by the Awana Club Program. Looking forward, Mr. Fox intends to work with his local church in a ministerial capacity. As a Choctaw Native American, K. Christi Greco has always desired to bring light to the plight of the American indigenous people. Equipped with an unwavering desire to grow and improve the sovereign nation, she joined The Chickasaw Nation in 2016, where she excelled as a research strategist and, since 2019, a data integrity and reporting strategist. Interested in Native American law, she also volunteered for the campaign of Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby, having received a Master of Legal Studies in indigenous people’s law at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. Previously, Ms. Greco received a Bachelor of Business Administration in management and accounting from Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Commencing her career, she joined JPMorgan Chase & Co. in 2000, where she served as assistant vice president in Dallas and Hong Kong and vice president in Dallas until 2016. Certified in securities accounting and petroleum accounting, she received nine Service Star Awards through JPMorgan Chase and served Kiwanis International as secretary and treasurer of their board. Looking forward, Ms. Greco intends to further her involvement with The Chickasaw Nation and help other indigenous people improve their lives. K. CHRISTI GRECO