NativeVet Matériel's mission is to support the sustainability of life, health, infrastructure, natural resources, and the environment in Indian Country by:
Delivering Quality Products
Developing and Maintaining Long-term Relationships with Indian Country
Sustaining Native America Professionally and Proudly (S-N-A-P-P)
Quality & Service:
Our team sells and delivers high quality products and supplies with competitive pricing and world class customer service. NativeVet Materiel’s logistical operations incorporate the latest in security and Electronic Data Interchange technology; Just In Time shipping; and secure web online ordering available 24/7.
NativeVet Matériel is a Native American Small Disadvantaged Business committed to the sustainability of life, health, the environment, natural resources, and infrastructure in Indian Country. We will deliver high quality products and supplies sustaining Native America with superior brand names of medical and non-medical materiel, the most responsive one-stop purchasing web portal and the highest level of customer service. NativeVet Matériel will become an industry leader sustaining Native America.
Community Involvement of NativeVet Matériel:
NativeVet Matériel is committed to giving back to our local community. "Do good by doing well" is a core value and we try to live this value as a corporate team. Every year, NativeVet Matériel employees dedicate time - both inside and outside of work hours - to volunteer, contribute to a wide range of Native American and Veteran causes and make a difference.
Timothy J. Chavez
Mr. Timothy Chavez (Pueblo of Acoma) is a Native American entrepreneur and small business owner with 30 years of experience supporting tribal, state, federal, and commercial entities in New Mexico and nationwide. Through this experience, he observed a need for growth in all areas of business and has since established his four companies. He is the President/CEO of Keres Consulting, Inc., Keres Real Estate, LLC, NativeVet Materiel, LLC and TJC Construction, LLC. Mr. Chavez served in the following roles as spiritual leader, councilman, and committee member of several tribal programs for over 20 years of service at the Pueblo of Acoma. Mr. Chavez is also fluent in the Keresan language.
Mr. Daniel Lucario's (Pueblo of Acoma) service markets include the Indian Health Service, tribally managed hospitals and health clinics, medical laboratories, and other tribal health programs in Native Country. As Account Manager, Mr. Lucario’s responsibilities include maximizing direct marketing the company’s existing client base, building relationships, new business development, product research, quotations, purchase orders and coordinating delivery. Territory includes New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Utah, Nevada and California. Prior to joining NativeVet, Daniel served as Tribal Secretary for the Pueblo of Acoma and also served in the U.S. Navy.
Anna rose romero
Ms. Anna Rose Romero (Navajo) services markets including the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education, and tribal enterprises and programs. As Account Coordinator, Anna Rose manages customer orders and price quotes, and makes routine visits to Indian Country customers in the southwest. She is fluent in Diné and committed to providing quality, cost-competitive products to Native-serving agencies and programs.
Ms. Rae Charley (Navajo) service markets include Brookhaven National Laboratories
(Non-Native), Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Indian Education, Indian Health Services and other tribal enterprises and organizations. As an Account Associate, Rae conducts product research, manages customer orders, and provides product price quotes. Prior to her work at NativeVet, Rae worked in different roles as a retail associate where she developed customer service skills and client relationships.