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  • AIBL | Board of Directors
    Board Members Conferences 2015 National Conference 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 Board of Directors Dr Ron Sheffield Ron is a member of the Quechan Indian Tribe of Fort Yuma Arizona social scientist and adjunct professor of leadership studies within the Leadership and American Studies Department at Christopher Newport University in Newport News Virginia He is a graduate of The George Washington University in Washington D C in Leadership with a focus on Human Organizational Learning His doctoral research was conducted on the Fort Yuma Quechan Indian Reservation and was titled The Influence of Language on Culture and Identity Resurgence of the Quechan Native American Tribal Language Ron interviewed many respected tribal elders seeking to understand the influence that language restriction and then later legitimization by the Federal government had on their individual perspectives of culture and identity Dr Sheffield is also the Managing Director of OrgScience Incorporated a Native American firm focused on leadership training and research get in touch Home About us Board of Directors Conferences Speakers Blog Chapters Contact 406 243 2298 American Indian

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/board-of-directors/dr_-ron-sheffield (2016-02-09)
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  • AIBL | Board of Directors
    Mission Vision Board of Directors Executive Director Board Members Conferences 2015 National Conference 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 Board of Directors Robert R Depoe Salish Kootenai College President Robert R DePoe is a Polson native and member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes He holds a master s degree in professional communication from Southern Utah University and a bachelor s degree in criminal justice Robert has been an advisory member of Utah State s Board of Education where he served as chairman of the Coalition of Minorities Advisory Committee President DePoe comes to the college from the Bureau of Indian Affairs where he served as an Indian self determination specialist in St George Utah He also served as education director for the Paiute Tribe of Utah from 2003 to 2010 President Robert DePoe and his family are grateful for the opportunity to serve our community as SKC President get in touch Home About us Board of Directors Conferences Speakers Blog Chapters Contact 406 243 2298 American Indian Business Leaders Gallagher Business Building Suite 366 Missoula

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  • AIBL | Conferences
    Conferences 2016 AIBL National Conference Phoenix AZ We are proud to announce that the 22nd Annual Leadership Conference will be held at the Wild Horse Pass Hotel in Phoenix AZ April 7 9 2016 Special room rates will be availalbe for the group as we get closer to the conference Please check the website for the most current status Additionally we will be hosting a golf tournament at the Whirlwind

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/conferences/2016-aibl-national-conference-phoenix-az (2016-02-09)
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  • AIBL | Conferences
    by the support and help that has been given to me from the board of directors student chapters and organizational partners It s so encouraging to part of an organization that has such a positive impact on the emerging leaders in Indian Country As you may know last year we celebrated the 20th Anniversary of the American Indian Business Leaders organization This year we are planning to host the 21st Annual National Leadership Conference in Albuquerque NM on April 8 10 2015 The AIBL National Leadership Conference is the premier Native American student business conference in the country The annual conference showcases the best and brightest AIBL student chapter members where they gather to enter competitions earn awards hear from inspirational speakers build valuable business networks and increase their knowledge through career focused and educational workshops We invite you to participate in our event by joining us as a conference sponsor In order for AIBL to provide this annual inspirational and educational event experience sponsors are needed to assist us to underwrite the expenses associated with the conference The Board of Directors staff and students of AIBL sincerely ask you to consider supporting the AIBL 2015 National Leadership Conference by

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/conferences/2015-aibl-annual-conference-albuquerque-nm (2016-02-09)
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  • AIBL | Conferences
    of Directors Executive Director Board Members Conferences 2015 National Conference 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 Conferences 2014 AIBL Annual Conference Scottsdale AZ get in touch Home About us Board of Directors Conferences Speakers Blog Chapters Contact 406 243 2298 American Indian Business Leaders Gallagher Business Building

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/conferences/2014-aibl-annual-conference-scottsdale-az (2016-02-09)
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  • AIBL | Conferences
    talents Indian Country has to offer We would like to thank our Sponsors and Supporters for their help in making our event a success Central Intelligence Agency Toyota Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana San Manuel Band of Mission Indians NOVA Corporation Arizona Diamondbacks Native American Management Services Shoretel Standard Register A special thank you to all our volunteers AIBL students AIBL Advisors and Advisory Committee Members for your participation The event could not go on without your support We look forward to seeing you next year To view pictures from the 2013 National Conference click here Business Plan Competition Winners Pre College Rocky Boy High School Ship Rock Northwest Middle High School A Ship Rock Northwest Middle High School B Tribal College Northwest Indian College Blackfeet Community College Fond du Lac Tribal Community College College University University of Alaska Fairbanks Fort Lewis College MSU Billings Chapter of the Year Winners Pre College Big Sky High School Tribal College FDLTCC College University University of Alaska Fairbanks Student Advisor of the Year Winners Pre College Mark Jarvey Rocky Boy High School Tribal College Paula Bremner Blackfeet Community College College University Julie Cahoon University of Montana Advisor of the Year Monti Pavatea

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/conferences/2013-aibl-national-conference-scottsdale-az (2016-02-09)
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  • AIBL | Blog
    among over a thousand plus Native American youth from all across the United States to gather at the Renaissance Hotel on Capitol Hill on July 9 th 2015 The White House Tribal Youth Gathering was born out of the President and First Lady s trip to the Rosebud Indian Reservation where they were able to visit local youth about issues that impact them As a result the Obama Administration initiated the Generation Indigenous campaign The Gen I campaign was designed to provide much needed resources services and empowerment to the Native American youth of this generation The trip to Washington D C was very brief but very impactful The group flew in late on Wednesday July 8 th 2015 and went right into the gathering early Thursday morning Numerous government officials and program directors spoke with youth and shared their plans to address issues However the highlight of the day was when the First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama spoke to the gathering The First Lady shared words of resiliency about the Native youth she has been privileged to meet the empowerment of tribal communities and the support her and her husband President Obama commit to UM AIBL President Whitney Snow was actually able to hug the First Lady as she was leaving the room The gathering wrapped up with a banquet sponsored by Nike N7 N7 Ambassadors Jude Schimmel and Lyle Thompson spoke about what motivated them to the levels they achieved Artist Bunky Echo Hawk and the band A Tribe Called Red performed live throughout the evening The group then stayed in Washington D C and visited the monuments memorials and museums This trip was very meaningful for those who participated and created a sense of purpose within them On behalf of American Indian Business Leaders

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/blog/community/aibl-goes-to-washington-dc (2016-02-09)
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  • AIBL | Blog
    Student Services and Native American Studies Department hosted a Missoula Native Youth Expressive Arts Workshop on May 26th 2015 at the Payne Family Native American Center from 1PM 7PM In this workshop youth will were guided through theater based activities by Blackfeet Actress Lily Gladstone known for her roles in Winter in the Blood and Jimmy P These theatre activities were utilized as not only ice breakers but they helped the youth identity issues they encounter on a daily basis and empowered them to find their voices and address these issues Dialogued issues included discrimination and micro aggressions within the public school systems from teachers and administrators Also participating youth discussed the disconnection they feel living in an urban area versus on the reservation and how that affects their identity Once the issues participating youth encounter on a daily basis were identified the workshop moderators were able to introduce spoken word performance and digital storytelling to the youth and share how these are tools for them to share their voices The workshop moderators included hip hop artists from True Pride Music Nataanii Means Oglala Lakota Dine MC Rhetorik Santo Domingo Pueblo YAZ Like JAWZ Blackfeet Dine Through the use of

    Original URL path: http://www.aibl.org/blog/community/aibl-accepts-gen-i-challenge (2016-02-09)
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