Face Rock is a Native American owned consulting and administrative company that specializes in helping tribes manage their financial resources more effectively.
To learn more about how we got our name, visit The Legend of Face Rock.
Our team has over 20 years of experience helping Native Americans with their individual and group benefit needs. As a trusted partner, we have represented some of the largest tribes in the Northwest and understand the unique requirements of a tribal community.
Brady Scott – Partner
Brady Scott has spent most of his career in tribal economic development and senior executive management. His early career in accounting and finance led him to his role in gaming regulation and casino management for his own tribe, the Coquilles, in North Bend Oregon. During his tenure as CEO of the Coquille tribe’s development corporation he was also appointed by Oregon’s governor to serve as a commissioner for the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay.
Brady also serves as a director on the board of Craft 3, the Pacific Northwest’s most successful Community Development Financial Institution. His experience in successful business start-ups in addition to gaming and hospitality includes telecommunications, senior care, agriculture and self-funded health insurance. His most recent executive leadership role is in development of his tribe’s 8a government contracting business.
Brady earned a B.S. in Business and Economics from Western Oregon University. In 2004, he was named Oregon Business Magazine’s CEO of the month.
Tyler Moore – Partner
Tyler has an extensive background in managing benefits for Native American Tribes. He consults on many self-funded plans and continues to work with Tribal Organizations on their unique benefit needs. Tyler is also responsible for sales and marketing in the benefit arena.
Tyler has worked in the employee benefit field since 1999 and has extensive experience in managing self-insured health plans, including underwriting and stop loss placement. He began his career with Marsh/Mercer and was a Consultant there for 8 years. Tyler then spent 6 years at Shasta Administrative Services, a third party administrator specializing in tribal self-funded plans. At Shasta, Tyler was the Marketing Manager where he was responsible for the growth and retention of Shasta’s business.
Tyler earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Eastern Oregon University. He is a licensed life and health consultant and holds the Health Insurance Association (HIA) designation.
Tyler lives in Powell Butte, OR with his wife, Sarah, and children, Laney and Asher. He enjoys roping and hunting.
William Mattecheck – Partner
Bill designs and implements employee benefit plans to best fit his client’s needs and has specialized in that since 1976. Prior to forming Mattecheck & Associates in 1985, he spent 10 years as a career agent at Northwestern Mutual Life specializing in Business and Estate planning for executives as well as owners of closely held businesses.
Bill served as President of the Central Oregon Life Underwriters Association and as a member of the American Health Insurance Association, the Portland Life Underwriters Association, the Oregon Life Underwriters Association and the Society of Financial Service Professionals.
Bill is one of five founding board members of the Brian Henninger Foundation for Children’s Charities; Since 1999, the foundation has raised over $620,000 for children in our community through donations to Sacred Heart Neo Natal unit in Eugene, the Make-a-Wish Foundation and Special Olympics, just to name a few.
Bill earned a Bachelor’s degree in business from Oregon State University. In 1993, he completed his Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) designation at The American College in Bryn Mawr.
Karen Knight – Partner
Karen’s expertise is in Tribal health revenue cycle and IHS Funding Agreement. She strives to empower Tribes to become more financially independent and self-sufficient while developing a strong health system to improve health outcomes.
Karen’s career experience includes management of large health systems, including hospitals and clinics, in both Tribal and private sector. Karen achieved excellent results working for the OU Health Science Center, Muscogee Creek Nation, and United Healthcare. Karen served on the Oklahoma Trauma Board and was elected Treasurer for 8 years. She also served on Congressman Mullin’s Tribal Opioid Task Force in addition to OSU OKC Advisory Board to increase Native student enrollment.
Karen earned a B.S. in Healthcare Administration and a masters in Indigenous People Law from OU College of Law. She is certified by HFMA as CHFP, CRCR, and CSMC.
With proven results, she offers Tribes assistance with insurance provider contract negotiations, fee schedule/charge master review, disaster preparedness, quality initiatives, certifications, premium sponsorship for Medicare, culturally sensitive staff trainings, Insurance 101, claims error reductions, best practices, and IHS Funding Agreements.
The unique and specialized needs of a tribal community requires a team of specialists who are dedicated to recognizing, understanding, and respecting the importance of sovereignty and self-governance. We take pride in our heritage, experience, client history and the services we offer. But, more importantly, we value the trust given to us to understand the needs of our clients so that they have the best options at the best price.
Maintaining relationships is integral to the Native American culture. Our business practices reflect that commitment to relationships, as well as our commitment to educate Native American people, communities and businesses on the best healthcare, economic and financial options available to them.
If you are interested in further discussion, please contact us. We look forward to helping you and your tribe succeed.