Alfreda Mitre is the Formor Chairwoman of the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe and has served in previous appointments from 1990-1992 and 1994-1998. hairwoman Mitre has worked toward economic diversity and completing the first phase of the Las Vegas Paiute Resort, which includes Sun Mountain and Snow Mountain golf courses (designed by Pete Dye), a clubhouse, gas station and highway interchange.
In 1999, Chairwoman Mitre received the Nevada Commission on Tourism award on Voluntourism for her work on the Las Vegas Paiute Resort. In addition, she is listed among the First 100, a compilation by the Las Vegas Review Journal of the 100 people who had the largest impact on Las Vegas over the city's first century.
Previously, Chairwoman Mitre served as Director of the University of Colorado’s Upward Bound Program, which provides high school students from targeted communities with the opportunity to experience a college atmosphere before graduating from high school. Chairwoman Mitre was also the director of the Native American Resource Center at the University of California, Santa Cruz.