Ted Gover is director of the Tribal Administration Certificate Program at Claremont Graduate University, a program focusing on tribal law, sovereignty, intergovernmental relations, management, tribal governance, and tribal gaming.
Over the years, Gover has worked on behalf of a number of Native American tribes on issues ranging from tribal sovereignty, intergovernmental relations, economic diversification, healthcare, and education.
Additionally, Gover has taught courses on American government and foreign relations at Central Texas College, U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton campus.
He also serves as an advisor to the Simon Wiesenthal Center and its world-renowned Museum of Tolerance, helping to coordinate their programs in Washington DC and the Asia-Pacific.
From time to time, Gover writes on issues concerning Native American tribal governments, U.S. foreign and security policy, human rights, tolerance education, and other topics, occasionally presenting his research to venues overseas.
Gover is a graduate of Claremont McKenna College, Claremont Graduate University, and Soka University in Tokyo.