Eric Kills A Hundred

Tribal Program Manager


Areas of expertise:
Outreach and advocacy to tribal nations, federal Indian law and policy

As Tribal Program Manager, Eric represents EDF in campaigns and outreach to tribes and tribal organizational partners particularly on issues of energy, methane and oil and gas air quality.  He advocates that tribal governments, coalitions and partner organizations have their voices heard when state and federal policies and regulations are being considered.  He supports tribal agencies and departments as they establish policies that when implemented will reduce methane emissions preventing unwanted environmental impacts to tribal lands and peoples.


Before joining EDF Eric served as a tribal liaison for the American Red Cross, as a graduate assistant he worked with tribes helping them develop emergency management plans and identify best practices, at the Native American Contractors Association he coordinated congressional outreach, he has worked in an administrative role for several tribes in his native South Dakota, he was a program administrator for the American Indian College Fund, and has worked as a consultant with many more tribes and tribal organizations.

Education: Eric attained a Master’s in Public Administration at the University of Nebraska, Omaha