Our mission is to empower and grow Native Nations using Data Centers as the cornerstone for
Native Economic Development.
Our family is determined to help yours.
Founder / CEO : Page Ollice
Page is the founder of Sharper Steel: a private Economic Development company focused on helping local businesses succeed and last for generations.
His expertise is in business acquisitions, business development, operations refinement, technology implementation, team building, and project management. He has studied at universities around the world and is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Chief Operations Officer : Tony Hale
Tony A. Hale, Navajo, a consultant and business owner for over 13 years, brings great knowledge in the
construction of business relations and execution. Mr. Hale has spent years paving the path for
native owned companies to become successful on and off the Great Navajo Nation. Mr. Hale also works with many non-Native Owned companies to become trusted vendors to the Navajo Nation and other Indian Nations.
Currently Mr. Hale is owner of 5 businesses, involved in the IT, construction, business consulting, Oil n Gas investments, and print/mail industries. Mr. Hale is now working with other businesses to bring economic development to Indian Country across The United States.
Chief Technical Officer : Lawrence "Larry" Ollice
Larry Ollice has more than 30 years of experience in leading technical teams from small to very large multi-million-dollar engineering projects including greenfield and brownfield data center projects, pharmaceutical facility management projects, and submarine major shipyard overhauls.
Larry has served in various roles within the United States Navy, from Staff Operator to Chief Engineer and finally as a Commanding Officer. He was responsible for inspecting
the Engineering and Operations Departments for compliance with regulatory requirements.
Chief Relationship Officer : Joe Garcia
Joe Garcia was born and raised in Ohkay Owingeh and continues to serve his community in traditional, educational, tribal government, and economic development efforts.
Actively involved in NCAI since 1995, Joe Garcia served two, two-year terms as the 1st Vice President of NCAI prior to being elected President in November of 2005 and re-elected in 2007, thereby serving 2 terms as President.
Joe completed his 3rd term (Jan 2005- Dec 2006) as Governor of Ohkay Owingeh (San Juan Pueblo), located in northern New Mexico. After his term as Governor he was elected as Chairman of the All Indian Pueblo Council (AIPC), the organization which was formed in 1598 and serves the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico. He served as Chairman for 4 years (2007-2010).
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