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David Villanueva is the managing partner of Galeria Zia LLC

and owner of Galeria Zia Native Arts, in El Paso, Texas. David

has been actively involved in the sales of Native American art

for over 20 years, getting his start in Santa Fe, NM.

David is an active member in his community helping with civic

and charitable causes. He currently is an active community vol-

unteer for Rio Grande Cancer Foundation, Border AIDS Part-

nership, and The Animal Rescue League of El Paso, and is the

Past President of the Rio Grande AIDS Project.

MEET YOUR NEW IACA BOARD MEMBERS!

David Villanueva

Galleria Zia

Retail Member

Leanne Goeble

Lantern Dancer

Retail Member

Leanne Goebel manages Lantern Dancer Native American &

Southwestern Jewelry in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. She is also

an award-winning journalist.

Her experience ranges from marketing and public relations to

editing and curating to social media and content management.

Goebel has a BA in English from the University of Texas, and a

Certificate in Marketing from the University of Denver. She is a

2009 NEA International Arts Journalism Fellow in the Visual

Arts and a 2007 Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation

Arts Writers Grant Recipient.

She has decades of experience as a journalist and editor as well

as in marketing and public relations. Goebel also served as presi-

dent of the Pagosa Arts & Culture Project, which hosted the

Pagosa MAKERS Expo & Tour and worked for Colorado Crea-

tive Industries.

Bob Scott

Bob Scott’s Authentic

Indian Jewelry

Retail Member

Bob Scott is a Texas native who now resides in the small village

of Grand Lake, Colorado where he owns and operates Bob

Scott’s Authentic Indian Jewelry. Located at an entrance to

Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Lake has a rich artistic

and cultural spirit due, in part, to the tireless efforts of Bob Scott.

Bob has been on the Board of the United Way, various arts coun-

cils, museums, historical association and Texas governor-

appointed committee. He has donated his time to the Friends of

the Library, the Grand Lake Chamber, the Grand Lake Arts

Council, the historical society and is a trustee of the Rocky

Mountain Repertory Theatre. He was honored to be named

Grand Lake’s Citizen of the Year in 2007 for his business sense

and exemplary ambassadorship.

Bob Scott’s Authentic Indian Jewelry not only offers jewelry, but

all forms of Indian arts and crafts.

Shane Hendren shares his Artist of the Year award with his

beautiful daughters.