Kimberly Romine is the Deputy Commissioner with the Administration for Native Americans (ANA) with over 40 years in government service, 26 years with the Bureau of Indian Affairs in acquisition. Since 2004 to present Ms. Romine has been with the Department of Health and Human Services, ANA. Ms. Romine has extensive experience working with contracts and grants, interpreting regulations and writing policy. Within ANA, Ms. Romine is responsible for providing policy direction and guidance related to tribal sovereignty, tribal consultation, inter-Departmental relations, and Native cultural competency. She is a member of the Seneca Nation and resides in Stafford, VA.