Jan 8, 2021

About Us

About the Owners of OIT- Yendi and Johnny Nieto

Apr 19, 2020

Creation of OIT

When thinking of a company name, we wanted a name that had the symbolism of indigenous culture. With Yendi learning her Kachiquel Mayan roots, at the time and Johnny from the Tule River Indian Reservation.

Apr 20, 2019

For - An interview with Johnny Nieto, Tule River Yokuts

Johnny Nieto impressed me from the moment I saw him. The more we talked, the more I realized I was speaking to a natural born leader, possessed of the fortutude and wisdom of his ancestors, moving with grace and confidence in the material realm. The real deal. Walking in two worlds. Johnny says anyone can do it. Anyone can achieve their dreams.

Jul 18, 2012

Moorpark College student to dance key part in Powwow (2012) Ventura County Star, CA

The ultimate goal of Johnny Nieto, a 19-year-old football player at Moorpark College who is majoring in business administration, is to lead the Tule River Tribal Council. "I got a full-ride scholarship from my tribe to attend college. My tribe is Tule River Yokuts," said Nieto, of Simi Valley, who is from the Tule River Indian Reservation in Porterville.
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