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Arizona State University
250 E. Lemon St., Rm 272
Tempe, AZ

Leader-to-Leader: Tribal Economic Governance Seminar - Course 201705

May 15-16, 2017

12:55 PM - 12:55 PM

The Leader-to-Leader (L2L): Tribal Economic Governance Seminar brought to you by NAFOA and Arizona State University's American Indian Policy Institute with applied, intensive, and innovative training for elected and appointed tribal officials taught by experts and other tribal leaders. The seminar is part of the Tribal Economic Leadership Program and 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:

  • Driving Economic Development: A Leader’s Guide to Federal Indian Law and Policy
  • Informed Decision-Making Through Sound Economic Development and Planning
  • Taxation and Business Structures for Tribal Governments
  • Overseeing the Financial Management of the Tribal Government and its Enterprises
  • Financing and the Ability to Borrow
  • Priority and Community-Based Budgeting

L2L Program Dates 

  • May 15-16, 2017

Registration is now open

Earn up to 15 CPE Credits