The Spokane Tribe now lives on 159,000 acres in Wellpinit, Washington, and continues to contribute to the larger community of Spokane, Washington. The Spokane Tribe seeks to preserve, protect, manage and enhance the long-term sustainability of the natural resources for present and future generations through an interdisciplinary process by developing and implementing best management practices. AIMHI, as a Tribal Enterprise, maintains the cultural values of the Spokane Tribe of Indians.

AIMHI is a Tribally-owned Small Business provider of a full suite of solutions to keep Federal, State, and Local Law governments, and tribal entities secure. Our project managers work with our key partners to design, develop, implement, test, and evaluate secure systems. Our solutions integrate with the latest Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI.) We curate the most recent solutions with a history of success, and by using commercial off-the-shelf, custom software, and open source products, our teams deliver tailored solutions.


Carol Evans, Chairwoman

Spokane Tribe of Indians

Tiger Peone, Councilman

Spokane Tribe of Indians

Gerald Caussade

CEO, SafeT, Inc.


Gerald Caussade

Chief Operating Officer

Serial software entrepreneur and seed investor with an active role in investments. Leading and mentoring start-ups, large account software sales targeting C-Level executives, international sales, sales to the health care and financial verticals, project management (PMP), business intelligence, “big data”, and large software modernization projects are areas of focus. Mr. Caussade is fluent in French, German, English, and Spanish.

Erich Bourgault

VP of Government Affairs​​

Native (Nakoda) Veteran (Army) with over 20 years of experience developing Tribal economies. As Executive VP of Council Fire, an AFL-CIO advocacy organization to Indigenous Communities around the World and a Board Member of the ARISE Veterans Foundation, he has helped both Veterans and Natives through Apprenticeship opportunities. He has also assisted the Spokane Tribe in its efforts to establish its Tribal Utility, through Little Falls LLC, a 120 MW Solar Farm, providing the energy component for Sovereign Power.