Currently the chair of the Coconino Board of Supervisors for the third time, Lena has served for 10 years as a supervisor. Fowler made history in August 2011 when she became the first Diné chairwoman of the board. She was elected again as chair in late February 2016 and then for the third time this June. Lena is a founding member of the Tuba City Concerned Citizens, Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation and served as President of the Association for Indian Self-Determination in Healthcare where she helped organize healthcare contractors to implement P.L. 91-638 on the Navajo Nation. Fowler currently is working with the city of Page and the Navajo Nation on ways to diversity and revitalize the Page-Lake Powell economy. She resides in Tuba City, originally from Tonalea-Red Lake, Arizona. She has three children: Raelene, Christopher, and Shonie Hardeen.