Published on February 28, 2013 by Casey
Tommy Wildcat (born May 3, 1967) is a Native American Cultural Promoter, flutist, historical storyteller, lecturer, and traditionalist. He is a fullblood Native American of Cherokee ancestry. Aniyvwiyv Jalagi “Citizen of the Cherokee Nation” “Indian Territory” Tahlequah, Oklahoma, he was born at the Old Hasting Indian Hospital by Northeastern State University in Tahlequah Oklahoma.
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” Tommy Wildcat” (C) “2013″ He works for Cherokee Nation Community Service as the At-Large Technical Asssistant, Traveling to Cherokee Satellite Groups in every City in the United States and works with the local communities.
” 2009–2013 ” Cherokee Heritage Center Museum Ancient village supervising and managing a recreated 18th century Cherokee village, a living history of the years 1710−71. “customer service and historical tours as well as Public relations”. “Strategic Plans” and Operational Plans”.
Wildcat lives in Park Hill, Oklahoma and is an enrolled 4/4 full Blood citizen of the Cherokee Nation. His parents are Annie and the late Tom Webber Wildcat, and a twin sister named Tammy. He graduated from Sequoyah High School, and is a senior at Northeastern state University Major “Cherokee cultural studies” Minor “Native American studies” in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. He is a hereditary member of the Wolf Clan.
Since 1988, Wildcat has educated the public about traditional Cherokee culture. His father, Tom Wildcat was designated a Cherokee National Treasure in 1995 for his skill in making turtle shell shakers and featured on the American Express commercial Charge Against Hunger 1995 aired during the Beatles anthology. Tommy Wildcat is a founding member of the Cherokee Honor Society.