A selection of events and announcements from our partners. The information presented is provided as a public service and for informational purposes only. All information on this site is presented without any representation, guaranty, or warranty whatsoever regarding the accuracy, relevance, or completeness of the information.
March 18-19, NODC North Olympic Peninsula Broadband Symposium
DAY 1: Presentations, Panel Discussions, Networking: 9am to 5pm
•Christopher Mitchell of Community Networks & Institute for Self-Reliance
•Microsoft’s Vince Liberatore on Rural Access & the Airband Initiative.
•John Flanagan, Broadband Policy Advisor, Office of the Governor
DAY 2: Funding Options and Coalition Building: 9am to 2pm
•Local, State, and Federal Funding Opportunities Overview
•Introduction to Forming Coalitions for Improving Access to Broadband
•Facilitated Coalition Kickoff Meetings
See full schedule at http://www.nopbroadband.brownpapertickets.com
March 25-28, NCAIED RES
RES is a multifaceted event from The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED). The event will feature tribal leaders, members of Congress, federal agency representatives, state and local officials and top CEO’s on a national platform. Attendees will benefit from high caliber networking team opportunities, business development sessions, American Indian Artisan Market, and much more. It’s just one more example of how the NCAIED is building bridges of opportunity for today’s American Indian Enterprises.
April 14-16, NAFOA 37th Annual Conference
NAFOA’s 37th Annual Conference will take place at the Marriott Downtown Waterfront Hotel in Portland, OR. This two-day conference will give you an exclusive opportunity to engage directly with tribal leaders, professionals, and influential federal agencies about economic and financial issues facing Indian Country.
- Carvers Showcase
- Traditional Feast
- Carving Classes
- Artists Business Training
May 20-23, ATNI Mid Year Convention
ATNI Conventions are where members convene for discussion, presentations and the work of the committees in regard to policy, legislation, and the future of Indian Country in the Northwest