Samson E. Boyd is our Native America Representative for American Scientific Med. He is an enrolled member of the Fort Peck Sioux Tribe located on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northeast Montana. Samson was raised on the Fort Peck Indian. There, he was very active in sports, earning various awards, and later coached several local teams as well as officiated different events.
Samson is also a land owner on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. Additionally, he is a musician and traveled with his family throughout the United States and Canada ministering to native communities as well as non-native communities. Later, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee to attend Belmont University and pursue a music career. He lived and pursued music in Nashville for 21 years. Samson recently moved to Helena, Montana and currently resides with his wife Ann Boyd and has one amazing son.
Samson is a Native American entrepreneur in natural resources and commodity trader. His professional work has included Real Estate ventures for the Federal Government for over 10 years. He has also worked with the Bureau of Indian Affairs working with the 27 federally recognized tribes along the eastern seaboard.
Samson is well versed in Native American Real Estate transactions that govern Native American Lands. While at the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Samson was appointed as Union Steward and handled various disputes which helped him gain experience in public policy and state and federal law.