Michael Salvador, Chairman of the Board of Commissioners
Michael Salvador joined the Board of Commissioners in November 2017 and in June 2019, he was voted as Chairman. In his tenure as a Board of Commissioner, Mr. Salvador’s most rewarding experience was seeing Acoma community members move into PAHA’s first low-income housing tax credit apartment project. As part of a Native American architectural firm, Mr. Torivio enjoys learning from fellow Commissioners and PAHA staff and working together to generate more housing opportunities for the Acoma community. Mr. Torivio is from the Pueblo of Acoma and spends his spare time in the outdoors.
Raymond J. Concho, Jr., Board of Commissioner
Raymond J. Concho, Jr. has served on the PAHA Board of Commissioners since July 2019. Mr. Concho was the first Executive Director of PAHA and during that time, he served on the NAHASDA Negotiated Rulemaking Committee and Board of Directors for AMERIND Risk Management and the National American Indian Housing Council. Working in tribal housing, his most rewarding experience is seeing Acoma families have greater access to affordable homeownership opportunities. As Executive Director, Mr. Concho completed projects in the Pueblo community to build housing, roads, bridges, government buildings and infrastructure systems. Currently, Mr. Concho is a Transportation Planner within Acoma’s Community Development Office. He is from the Pueblo of Acoma and enjoys spending time with his grandchildren.
Marietta Patricio Juanico, Board of Commissioner
Marietta P. Juanico joined in the PAHA Board of Commissioners in fall of 2019. Ms. Juanico is from the Daasrka Village of the Pueblo of Acoma. She is currently a Keres language instructor at the Haak’u Learning Center. As a teacher within the community, Ms. Juanico has seen firsthand the housing opportunities that PAHA has offered to Acoma tribal members, and as a board member, she intends to share the information on PAHA’s services, programs and projects with colleagues, parents and families that she encounters at the Haak’u Learning Center. In her free time, Ms. Juanico enjoys spending time with her husband Melvin and children and grandchildren.
Marty Torivio, Jr., Board of Commissioner
Marty Torivio, Jr. has been on the Board of Commissioners since April 2019. From the Pueblo of Acoma, Mr. Torivio enjoys working on behalf of the Acoma community and helping to advance tribal housing development for the Acoma people. As an Accountant for Cibola General Hospital, he appreciates the PAHA staff for the passion and enthusiasm they carry with them in their work. Mr. Torivio likes to do outdoor activities, travel with loved ones and spend time with family.