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Listening Session with the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs

April 4, 2017

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Featured Panels on Governance & Economic Opportunities
Building an Economic Agenda for the 115th Congress - Listening Session
Join a facilitated listening session with the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs to review and comment on existing legislation such as the ICE bill and offer ideas to build a cohesive economic plan for the new Congress. Tax reform, infrastructure development, and creating jobs through economic development are high priorities for the Republican controlled Congress and Administration. How can we leverage these issues to enhance our economic and government standing?  
Speakers:
Mike Andrews, Chief Counsel to the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
Rhonda Harjo, Deputy Chief Counsel to the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
 
Embracing Technology to Bring Financial Services to the Reservation
Technology is transforming the banking and financial services industry in developing nations around the world. Tribal communities are finally able to find creative solutions to access financial services. Leadership can develop programs to help citizens make payments, receive loans, and even save remotely using technology regardless of where they are located. 
 
Speakers:
Matt Borkowski, Tribal Solutions Manager, Arctic Information Technology
Sheryl E. Lane, Director of Partnerships and Policy, EARN 
Ryan Falvey, Managing Director, Center for Financial Strategic Innovation (CFSI)
                                                                   Max Gasner, Co-Founder and Head of Product, One Financial Holdings
 
 
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