Anthony Caole
Anthony has worked 20+ years in capital projects development, municipal/tribal management and the consulting field. He has committed the last seven years to developing systems to effectively manage virtual project teams with a particular emphasis on integrating members from rural Alaska. Anthony is recognized as one of the leading experts on municipal and tribal management as well as capital projects fundraising in Alaska,; he pioneered the municipal-tribal merger in Quinhagak, Alaska. Anthony has particular expertise in assisting communities with their administrative capacity building needs maximizing their competitiveness in the state and federal funding arena. Anthony is fully conversant with all aspects of tribal and municipal administration, budgeting, fundraising and financial management, as well as technical and personnel management functions.

To contact Anthony Caole:
Phone: 1-888-375-7774 ext. #1

Angela Camos
Angela brings 17+ of experience working with a diverse array of clients, from urban, customer-service driven companies to rural Alaska Native corporations breaking into the highly competitive federal marketplace. Angela challenges her clients to set high expectations, while providing the right level of support and encouragement to ensure success. She particularly enjoys helping individuals, teams and businesses with unleashing their creative ideas, honing their processes, and providing expert insight, thereby enabling the client to discern the best path forward to their own success. Her goal is to guide organizations and professionals as they enthusiastically create effective and dynamic workplaces through the development of people and organizational processes. Angela has been on the forefront in Alaska pioneering new means of supporting remote clients, using a variety of means to deliver support services to a geographically scattered clientele. 

To contact Angela Camos: 
Phone:1-888-375-7774 ext. #2

Charles Peele

Charles has 9+ years as a results‐oriented business professional with abilities in project management, business development and technology. He is an innovative thinker with a proven ability to generate ideas on new businesses, programs and processes to increase operational efficiency. Charles is an experienced negotiator with strong written and verbal communication skills, adept at both program and budget management, and always adaptable to change. He seeks to empower others through education, both academic and cultural. Charles also seeks to empower organizations through culturally appropriate economic development, capitalizing on the use of local resources, as well as embracing the adoption and use of new technologies for training, collaboration and eCommerce.
To contact Charles Peele:
Phone: 1-888-375-7774 ext.#3

Kathy Westcott
Kathy has spent the last 19+ years primarily focused in construction and federal government cost accounting systems, directed toward auditing accounting needs and creating systemic changes which increase efficiency, accuracy and standardization. Kathy has functioned as a hands-on accountant organizing and setting up accounting programs and processes that are compliant with generally accepted accounting principles and DCAA approved accounting procedures. She excels at creating spreadsheets and forms to help streamline financial information, accounts receivables, accounts payable, produce financial statements and year-end close out procedures,. In addition she has set-up and administered payroll, 401k, and health benefits. Kathy has also reviewed business plans from various Alaska Regional tribes for financial sustainability and overall feasibility.

To contact Kathy Westcott & Three Star Accounting:
Phone: 1-888-375-7774 ext. #4

Jesse Carnahan
Jesse's background is in education and he has developed a reputation for integrating technology and business systems to provide viable platform for data management and online synchronous and asynchronous learning. He has been working with and developing online learning systems for 15+ years.  As a technology and learning systems developer, Jesse believes that modern technology should be intuitive and functional.  In whatever he does, he tries to make the systems work for the end user.  A highly effective collaborator and communicator, Jesse is always willing to take a look at problems and issues and work together with interested parties and stakeholders to find elegant solutions.

To contact Jesse Carnahan:                                                      

Christine Celentano
Christine Celentano is a Three Star Enterprises Consultant based in Colorado and has worked with Alaska Native and Native American Tribes since 1993. Christine served as a Program Director with the Chugach Region in Alaska until 2007. While serving in this capacity, she worked with many Tribes within and outside the State of Alaska in partnership opportunities and to share program successes in tribal environmental protection, program development and management and community infrastructure development. As a Training and Technical Assistance Consultant under contract for the Administration for Native Americans (ANA), Christine has worked with Tribes and tribal members from the Pacific Islands, Alaska and throughout the lower 48 states providing project development, pre-application and post award training, project monitoring including the development project improvement plans with grantees, close out and project impact evaluation since 2002. She also provides one-on-one technical assistance with grants management and has served as both a reviewer and facilitator of the ANA annual grant panel reviews. Christine has had the privilege to work with Tribes from Florida through Barrow, Alaska and has been honored to visit several Lower 48 Tribal communities from Oklahoma to Washington throughout her tenure serving as a facilitator of tribal participation in ANA’s Project Impact Evaluation process.

Lower 48 Tribal LIHEAP T/TA Contact:
Christine Celentano (Colorado/Lower 48)
Ph: 888-375-7774 ext. #6
Direct Dial and eFAX: 888-359-3705

Deborah Tennyson
Deborah Tennyson recently joined the Three Star Enterprises team. Deborah has been providing services to Alaskan tribes, Native non-profit organizations and State and local governments for over 35 years. Her years working for the Bristol Bay Native Association, the State of Alaska, the Alaska Federation of Natives and other tribal organizations and small communities have provided her an extensive background in the management of a wide variety of State, Federal and Tribal programs; grant writing and fund development; and training and technical assistance. Deborah has traveled throughout Alaska and lived in Barrow, Nome, Dillingham and Anchorage.

Alaska Tribal LIHEAP T/TA Contact:
Deborah Tennyson (Alaska)
Ph: 888-375-7774 ext. #7
Direct Dial and eFAX: 888-359-9075