Members of the NCAIED Board of Directors and NCAIED President and CEO with the 2013 NCAIED American Indian Business Scholarship recipients.
RES Arizona participants enjoying a gorgeous day at the Whirlwind Gold Club!
Gila River Indian Community’s Lt. Governor Stephen B. Lewis speaking at the opening of the “Sold Out” RES Arizona Trade Show. RES Arizona Sold Out Trade Show.
Members of the NCAIED Board of Directors, NCAIED President and CEO pictured with the 2013 Class of “Native American 40 Under 40″ award recipients.
NCAIED President and CEO Gary Davis (standing) with Loren Tapahe – CEO, Arizona Indian Chamber of Commerce (seated right), Kerwin Brown (seated middle) – CEO, Greater Phoenix Black Chamber of Commerce and member of the U.S. Black Chamber of Commerce and Dr. Robert Watts (seated left) – President and Chief Solutions Officer, Watts and Associates at the RES Arizona Diversity Luncheon.
The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) welcomes AT&T as its newest National Resource Council member! Pictured (L-R): AT&T Regional Vice President, Mr. Daniel Youmans and NCAIED President & CEO, Gary Davis. Thank you AT&T for your support and dedication to the mission of NCAIED and helping us Put Indian Country to Work!
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Pictured (L-R): AT&T Regional Vice President, Mr. Daniel Youmans and NCAIED President & CEO, Gary Davis.
NCAIED President and CEO Gary Davis with Mr. Benito Gene (CEO) and Mr. Aaron Hammons (COO) of Indigenous Intelligence, LLC,
While in D.C. last week NCAIED President and CEO Gary Davis met with Mr. Benito Gene (CEO) and Mr. Aaron Hammons (COO) of Indigenous Intelligence, LLC, a Native/Veteran owned small business.
Mr. Davis met and provided mentorship to Mr. Gene and Mr. Hammons and also coordinated procurement support for Indigenous Intelligence, LLC, through the National Center’s Procurement Technical Assistance Center.
Just one more way that the National Center is supporting, promoting and helping to create opportunity for Native American businesses.
NCAIED President and CEO Gary Davis pictured with Congressman Benny G. Thompson (D-Mississippi) at his office on Capitol Hill.
NCAIED CEO and President Gary Davis meeting last week in D.C. around innovative business opportunities for Indian Country w/Minority Business Development Agency’s Nat’l Director, David Hinson & Dee Alexander, Senior Advisor on Native Affairs at Department of Commerce.
NCAIED President & CEO, Gary Davis with Tracey LeBeau, Director of the Department of Energy’s Office of Indian Energy, Policy and Programs.
NCAIED President & CEO was honored to be invited by the Congressional Black Caucus Institute to speak at their event and build bridges between the Native American and African American communities.
The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development booth at the Construction In Indian Country Conference. We can’t wait to see our friends and colleagues and to make new connections. We hope to see you there.