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  • AIBL | American Indian Business Leaders
    as a 501 c 3 in 1995 on the University of Montana s campus in Missoula as a result of founder and first Executive Director Michelle Henderson s master thesis Read more Our Mission The mission of AIBL is to increase the representation of American Indians and Alaska Natives in business and entrepreneurial ventures through education and leadership development opportunities Read more Vision Statement AIBL s vision over the next decade is to become the pre eminent national non profit organization serving American Indians and Alaska Natives by providing business and entrepreneurship education Read more American Indian Business Leaders AIBL is the only American Indian non profit organization solely dedicated to empowering business students in the United States Our programs are designed to engage students in activities that stimulate enhance and expand educational experiences beyond traditional academic methods All students are encouraged to participate in AIBL regardless of race academic major or career objectives Our Board Our Recent News 2016 AIBL Annual National Conference AIBL April 07 2016 Save the date April 6 2016 Golf Tournament Whirlwind Golf Club April 7 9 2016 Wild Horse Pass Hotel Phoenix AZ AIBL Sponsorship Information AIBL August 01 2015 AIBL s vision over the next five years is to increase the number of student chapters throughout the nation to better serve American Indians and Alaska Native students Currently we have 19 active chapters at various universities 27 tribal college chapters 19 high school chapters and 12 junior high chapters Over the next five years we expect to see exponential growth in all four of these chapter designations At the heart of AIBL is the desire to serve students by providing business and entrepreneurship education leadership development training and necessary support for young men and women who aspire to pursue studies and careers in

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  • AIBL | Donate
    2016 National AIBL Leadership Conference Speakers Blog Chapters Chapter Resources Starting a new chapter 2015 2016 Membership Application 2016 National Ad Sales 2016 Bussiness Plan Competition Guidelines Contact Donate AIBL has been recognized as a 501 c 3 by the Internal Revenue Service All donations made to AIBL are tax deductible and we truly appreciate your partnership get in touch Home About us Board of Directors Conferences Speakers Blog Chapters

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  • AIBL | About
    American Indian non profit organization solely dedicated to empowering business students in the United States Our programs are designed to engage students in activities that stimulate enhance and expand educational experiences beyond traditional academic methods All students are encouraged to participate in AIBL regardless of race academic major or career objectives History AIBL was organized in January 1994 and was recognized as a 501 c 3 in 1995 on the University of Montana s campus in Missoula as a result of founder and first Executive Director Michelle Henderson s Assiniboine master thesis The original idea evolved from concern expressed by many tribal leaders that recognized a critical need for educated experienced members to assist with tribal economic development efforts Mission The mission of AIBL is to increase the representation of American Indians and Alaska Natives in business and entrepreneurial ventures through education and leadership development opportunities Vision Statement AIBL s vision over the next decade is to become the pre eminent national non profit organization serving American Indians and Alaska Natives by providing business and entrepreneurship education leadership development training and the necessary support to help young men and women who aspire to pursue studies and careers in business entrepreneurship

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  • AIBL | History
    National Ad Sales 2016 Bussiness Plan Competition Guidelines Contact History AIBL was organized in January 1994 and was recognized as a 501 c 3 in 1995 on the University of Montana s campus in Missoula as a result of founder and first Executive Director Michelle Henderson s Assiniboine master thesis The original idea evolved from concern expressed by many tribal leaders that recognized a critical need for educated experienced members

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  • AIBL | Mission
    Pictures 2016 National AIBL Leadership Conference Speakers Blog Chapters Chapter Resources Starting a new chapter 2015 2016 Membership Application 2016 National Ad Sales 2016 Bussiness Plan Competition Guidelines Contact Mission The mission of AIBL is to increase the representation of American Indians and Alaska Natives in business and entrepreneurial ventures through education and leadership development opportunities get in touch Home About us Board of Directors Conferences Speakers Blog Chapters Contact

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  • AIBL | Vision
    chapter 2015 2016 Membership Application 2016 National Ad Sales 2016 Bussiness Plan Competition Guidelines Contact Vision AIBL s vision over the next decade is to become the pre eminent national non profit organization serving American Indians and Alaska Natives by providing business and entrepreneurship education leadership development training and the necessary support to help young men and women who aspire to pursue studies and careers in business entrepreneurship or related

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  • AIBL | Board of Directors
    of any future United States Internal Revenue Law to provide An organization which supports and promotes American Indian business people and entrepreneurs which will encourage unity and cooperation and will provide a basis from which efforts may be made toward the advancement of the American Indian people This includes substantially increasing the number of formally educated American Indian business managers owners and or entrepreneurs who will develop tribal reservation economies to promote the welfare independence and advancement of all Indian people Better communication among American Indian business students and between the students and the American Indian people and the general public A basis for the development of professionalism among the American Indian business students and members of AIBL Assistance to American Indian business students including but not limited to Financial assistance for school work Educational opportunities such as curriculum development research publication career development distribution of educational materials educational film production etc Providing a forum for discussion and an extended family support system in the academic and employment areas and providing mentoring and professional peer networking opportunities Providing a student and professional foundation to assist with the exploration of problems associated with tribal economic development emphasizing culturally appropriate Indian business

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  • AIBL | Executive Director
    2016 Membership Application 2016 National Ad Sales 2016 Bussiness Plan Competition Guidelines Contact Executive Director Prairie Bighorn Prairie grew up on the Northern Cheyenne reservation in eastern Montana and is an enrolled member of the Fort Peck Sioux Tribe She graduated from Rocky Mountain College with a bachelor s degree in business and from the University of Montana with a master s degree in business administration While she was in college she was an active AIBL chapter member and also worked for the National AIBL office during her graduate studies Before joining the AIBL team she worked in Washington DC providing accounting and contract management services to help support economic development within American Indian communities She has also served as the comptroller for the Northern Cheyenne Tribe in Montana and worked for an auditing firm specializing in governmental compliance In 2011 she was a recipient of the National Center for American Indian Economic Development s 40 Under 40 Awards This prestigious award recognizes 40 emerging American Indian leaders who have demonstrated leadership initiative and dedication and made significant contributions in business and their communities In her spare time she enjoys running snowboarding reading starting new businesses and hanging out with

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