Register Now and Save for NAFOA's 2016 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference


Register Now and Save for NAFOA's 2016 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference

September 7, 2016

There's Still Time to Register

The 2016 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference is fast approaching but there's still time to register. With its wide-range of topics from Preparing for the Post-Election Outcome to Financing the Next Generation of Health Care for Tribal Communities, the conference in Charlotte, NC will not only provide a preview of the future of tribal growth but contribute ideas to advance it.

Register today to secure your spot.

Learn, Network, Stay Ahead

Tribal economic growth is among the top challenges to Indian Country's future prosperity and quality of life for our communities. The importance of this is highlighted by the fact that more than 80 speakers will be attending to share, discuss, debate, and dissect all new developments and advancements in a concerted effort to put tribal governments on a secure footing. The conference will close on Tuesday, September 20 with a networking celebration at the famed NASCAR Hall of Fame.

View the detailed agenda.


Celebrate Leadership

Join us as we honor the value and influence of two extraordinary tribal leaders at the 9th Annual Lifetime Achievement Awards Luncheon. The luncheon recognizes the excellence, innovation, and achievement of those who have inspired and shown commitment to advancing Indian Country.

Featured Speakers:


Beverly Babers Deputy Assistant Secretary, Management and Budget and the Treasury Point of Contact for Tribal Consultation, U.S. Treasury Department


Kevin Hancock

President, Hancock Lumber Company and author of Not For Sale: Finding Center in the Land of Crazy Horse


Gary Schlossberg

Senior Economist, Wells Fargo Capital Management


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