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February 2018 was a fast-paced month with a week spent in Washington D.C. participating in NCAI's Executive Winter Session and the ancillary associated meetings. We invite you to read on about our social embeddeness and policy work. If you would to go even deeper into policy, please contact us about receiving our monthly Legislative Newsletter.
We are already in February! It's hard to believe. During this past month, we've been a part of the AZ Indian Nations and Tribes Legislative Day, the Wiring the Rez Conference, and lectures here at ASU.
Thanks for taking the time to catch up with what's going on both in the nation and in the state with regard to Indian Country. We try to bring you the most relevant and timely information about happenings.
Fall is a busy time on a university campus and it's no exception at Arizona State University. The month of November is Native American Heritage Month and there are a plethora of activities happening on our five campuses.
August already?! Where has, the summer gone? While it was quiet here at the campus, we’ve been working diligently on projects and research, as well as attending conferences.
Research and Policy Analyst, Brian Howard attended Coeur d'Alene Pow Wow in Idaho to survey attendees residing on Tribal lands about their Internet Connectivity, followed by meetings with the FirstNet Authority and the Tribal Interior Budget Council in Flagstaff, AZ.
We had a productive month as AIPI and the Native American Finance Officer's Association co-hosted another successful Tribal Financial Manager Certificate training on June 6 - 8. AIPI also launched its inaugural Inno-Nations "First Innovations" Cohort to provide business training and support for tribal small businesses.
May and June look to be exciting months here at AIPI. We've got several community professional development trainings we are hosting via the Tribal Economic Leadership (TEL) Program and our staff will be attending at least four conferences getting the word out about our programs, policy work, and research.
This month has been the busiest yet! We were happy to launch the Inno-NATIONS Tribal Business Collision Community in early March. We are now accepting applications for our inaugural cohort for June. We're now preparing for our upcoming Tribal Economic Leadership program events including L2L (Leader-to-Leader) and the Tribal Financial Management Certification training to be held in May and June, respectively. Registration is open for both L2L and TFMC.