|J. William Tincup,
J. William Tincup has over 9 years of management and leadership
experience. William has logged time at the following organizations:
National Museum of American Indian, The Smithsonian:
National Museum of Natural History, National
Park Service, Ariesnet, Essential Green,
Red Ink, Wyse
Advertising, and Liggett Stashower. In 2000, he co-founded The
Jet Powered Group, a professional services holding company.
Additionally, he is a founder and principal of Redfire
Consulting, a Native American consulting practice.
Mr. Tincup has earned three degrees and one professional certificate.
William earned an MBA with a specialization in Marketing and Operations
from Case Western
Reserve University (1999). He also has a Masters in American
Indian Studies from the University
of Arizona (1997) and a BA in Art History from the University
of Alabama (1994). He is an expert in the field of Native
American Repatriation. His master's thesis "A Critical Analysis
of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act"
is often cited by academics. Also while at CWRU, he earned a Certificate
in Nonprofit Management (CNM) from the highly respected Mandel
Mr. Tincup's past philanthropic activities have been with the
following organizations: Birmingham Art Guild, Birmingham Museum
of Art, Birmingham Zoo, Greater Cleveland United Way, Greater
Cleveland Habitat for Humanity, Committee for Public Art (Cleveland),
Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless and Cleveland Restoration
Society. Currently, he's volunteering with the American
Indian Chamber of Commerce, Historic
Fort Worth and the Arts Council of Fort Worth & Tarrant