The Tribal Economic Leadership (TEL) Program is an executive education program providing professional development training for tribal leaders, tribal government professional staff, tribal members, tribal students, and governments. TEL supports the long-term economic sustainability of tribal nations and governments through programs presented by NAFOA and the ASU American Indian Policy Institute (AIPI).
The Tribal Financial Manager Certification (TFMC) training is a three-day training, part of the Tribal Economic Leadership Program, held on the Arizona State University campus. The TFMC training provides intensive, hands-on professional development in grant management, indirect cost rates, and tribe-wide budgeting specific to tribal nations.
Attendees who complete the Tribal Financial Manager Certificate training will learn:
TFMC Program Dates
Earn up to 20 CPE Credits
The Leader-to-Leader (L2) program is a Tribal Economic Governance seminar with applied, intensive, and innovative training for elected and appointed tribal officials taught by experts and other tribal leaders. The seminar introduces major aspects of the uniqueness of tribal government finance and economic development, legal arena, and provides a broad overview of the fiscal responsibilities of leadership. L2L uses resources such as Arizona State University’s Decision Theater Network offering the latest expertise in collaborative, computing and display technologies for data visualization, modeling, and simulation.
Leaders who complete the L2L interactive seminar will learn:
Earn up to 15 CPE Credits