Brenda Schad, a Native American Choctaw, is the founder and head designer of the luxury goods company Tribe of Two. A former supermodel, she began modeling while in Japan studying religious philosophy at the prestigious Sophia University and went on to become one of the most recognized faces in the ’90s. Her first construction and design experiences took place in the government offices of Les Invalides and Versailles, which fueled her passion for construction, beauty, and design. Brenda has lived in Paris, Monte Carlo, Milan, Los Angeles, Tokyo, and NY. She is a licensed General Contractor in California. She started the charity Native American Children’s Fund (NACF). Some of the causes Brenda has worked for include: Duane Reade Methodist Church homeless outreach, Pet a Medic, Lange Foundation, Care for the Homeless, Susan’s Place, “Greenhouse Project” (New York Sunworks), and Lakota Children’s Enrichment (LCE.). Brenda is a US citizen and Choctaw tribal member. She also speaks fluent French, Italian, and Japanese.