Lee Juan Tyler is a Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Member and Council Member for the Fort Hall Business Council which is the governing body of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes. http://www.sbtribes.com/fort-hall-business-council/
Lee Juan is active in traditional and ceremonial ways of the Shoshone-Bannock People on the reservation and is frequently called upon to provide prayers and songs at local ceremonies and community events. Tyler is a fluent Shoshone speaker and is in support of revitalizing our Shoshone and Bannock languages. Tyler serves as the Tribes’ representative on the following committees: The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Regional Tribal Operations Committee (RTOC), the Tribal Science Council (TSC) which is under the umbrella of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to further tribal environmental objectives and to protect our ecosystems for future generations, as well, Tyler is an active member of the Upper Snake River Tribes Foundation (USRT) that consists of some of the Snake River Tribes. Tyler is the proud dad of one daughter and resides in the Fort Hall district. Tyler joined BFC's Board of Directors in 2021.