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NEWS AND UPDATES
The 2019 Reservation Economic Summit was the best attended RES in many years, with over 2,400 people gathering in Las Vegas for four days. While it would be impossible to capture all of the great things that occurred at RES, we wanted to do a quick highlight a few of...read more
At our 50th Anniversary Gala at the 2019 Reservation Economic Summit, we honored the people, organizations, and businesses contributing to Indian Country and its economy. A full list of winners is below: Presenting the award to Louie Gong and his team is National...read more
Since we last spoke in early March, we have successfully concluded our 33rd annual Reservation Economic Summit. RES 2019 was a tremendous success, with over 2,400 attendees and four days of a jam-packed schedule. It was a fitting way to celebrate the National Center’s...read more
Darrell Redleaf will be hosting RES TV for the 2019 Reservation Economic Summit. Darrell is of Lakota and Hidatsa descent and is a top celebrity hair stylist, makeup artist, photographer, product developer, pitchman, commentator, and beauty guru with 40 years of...read more
Jason will focus on building business relationships and supporting Native Edge Institutes on the East Coast The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (the National Center) is proud to announce the hiring of Jason Lambert as a Business...read more
In our recurring series of staff profiles, we sat down with Ruesh Yazzie, who recently joined the National Center. Ruesh is a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving from 2007 to 2010, and is currently working on a new platform to help American Indian and Alaska Native...read more
In our continuing series of staff profiles, we sat down with Alia Hauter, the National Center’s new Communications Director. Alia has an extensive background in public relations and marketing, as well as business development for her tribe and other Native and...read more
A month into the new Congress, the Senate Indian Affairs Committee has already passed legislation strongly supported by the National Center and other Indian Country organizations. Read our joint letter with many of these groups in support of the Indian Community...read more
It’s hard to believe that the 2019 Reservation Economic Summit is less than seven weeks away! We have been putting the finishing touches on the largest economic development event in Indian Country, which is moving to Paris Las Vegas this year. We have recently...read more
In our continuing series of spotlighting Native and tribally-owned businesses, we talked to Deidra Mitchell, who is the CEO of Waséyabek Development Company, LLC, (WDC), a wholly-owned entity of the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi that’s based in downtown...read more