Janet Yellen Says Joe Biden Will Nominate First Indian Cashier

ROSEBUD, SOUTH DAKOTA: USA treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will announce the nomination of the lifelong leader of the Indian tribe Mohegan Marilyn on Tuesday Malerba as U.S. cashier, which is the first time an Indian’s signature will appear on U.S. currency, the Treasury Department said.
Yellen, during a visit to the Rosebud Sioux tribe in South Dakota, will also announce the creation of a new financial service for Tribal and Native Affairs, which will report to the Treasurer.
Malerba’s nomination by the president Joe Biden it will also allow Yellen’s signature to be added to the US currency, as this is prohibited without a US cashier. The dollar bills have been printed since Yellen took office last year, signed by former Finance Minister Stephen Mnuchin.
The cashier’s position has been vacant since January 2020, when Giovta Caranza left to become a small business administrator in the Trump administration.
“With this announcement, we are making an even deeper commitment to the Indian side,” Yellen said in prepared notes, which will be made at the Rosebud Sioux Reserve. “Chief Malerba will expand our unique relationship with tribal nations by continuing our joint efforts to support the development of tribal economies and economic opportunities for tribal citizens.
Malerba, who has a long career as a registered nurse, has been the leader of the Connecticut-based Mohegan tribe since 2010 and previously chaired its tribal council and was executive director of health and human services, according to the Mohegan website.
The Treasury Department said Malerba would join Yellen at the Rosebud Sioux Reserve on Tuesday, where Yellen would discuss the impact of about $ 20 billion in state and local fiscal recovery funds on tribal governments.

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