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AMERIND NAIHC Annual Convention & Trade Show

Nashville, TN

June 27-29, 2017

 

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Check back March 14, 2017 for Registration!

Conference Fee: $595
Exhibitor: $850 $850
Artisan: $450 $450

 

 

 

 

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Exhibitor fee- $850

Artisan fee- $450

 

 

George Nolan Award
Submissions open

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The Board of Directors of NAIHC created this special award in 2005.  The George Nolan award is honoring a true leader in Indian housing and I am proud to say he was a very close friend and mentor. George was the first Executive Director of the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians Housing Program in 1981. He served as Chairman of the Great Lakes Housing Association from 1984 to 1996. In 1986 he became Vice-Chairman of the Tribal Council for the Sault Tribe and served for three consecutive terms. George then began to wear many hats. In 1988 he was elected as Chairperson of the National American Indian Housing Council and served in that position until 1992. George was appointed during this term to serve as Chairman to the Congressionally-appointed “National Commission on Native American, Alaska Native and Hawiian Housing” which led to a revamping of the housing programs for all Native people in this country. George was also one of the founders of AMERIND and served on the board of directors from 1989 to 1993. He felt very strongly about his first responsibility to housing and continued to serve his tribe as Chairperson for their housing commission from 1989, and held that position for ten years. George passed away in 2004.

Deadline: March 25, 2017 by 5pm.

 The Virginia Kizer Award-
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Virginia Kizer helped establish the Washoe Housing Authority in Gardernervillle, NV, where she worked from 1973-2002.  Ms. Kizer worked tirelessly to better housing conditions for Washoe people and other Tribes throughout the U.S.  She created some of the first housing for the Washoe Tribe, which many generations of Tribal members benefited from and still benefit from today.  She dedicated her life to Indian Housing.  Through this lifetime commitment she became an advocate to improving the lives of countless Indian families.  During her career she served on the NAIHC board, Washoe Tribal Council, and actively participated in the NV/CAL Housing Association and the Southwest Indian Housing Association.  Throughout her time in Indian Housing, she became a mentor and a friend to many Housing Professionals throughout the country.  Ms. Kizer is the symbol of dedication to the continued improvement of Indian Housing and lives of Indian people.Early 1973-2002, over 25 years with WHA which she helped establish.  Past president of NV/CAL and actively involved in.  Served on the Dresslerville Tribal Council Helped establish NAIHC in Carson City. Established new housing for the Washoe Tribe that many generations are benefiting from.  Recognized for her hard work and efforts.  Many Tribal people are benefiting from her hard work now in the 21st century.

Deadline: March 25, 2017 by 5pm.

 

 

Contact:
Pamala Silas- Executive Director
email: psilas@naihc.net
phone: (202)-454-0934

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AMERIND RISK | NAIHC

Annual Convention & Trade Fair

June 27-29, 2017

Nashville, TN

Due Wednesday March 15, 2017

The AMERIND RISK   National American Indian Housing Council’s (NAIHC) Annual Convention will include training sessions that provide up-to-date information on issues that impact tribal housing programs and that directly relate to administration of programs under the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act (NAHASDA). Tribal housing professionals and other tribal housing and community development stakeholders will be the primary audience at the Annual Convention.

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NAIHC Event Planner Contact Information:

 

Cristy Davies

Cristy Davies

Event Planner

Cristy Davies
phone: (202)-454-0948
email; Cdavies@naihc.net

For additional Information call 202-789-1754