Learn About Bridging the Data Gaps at #NAFOAFall23

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Learn About Bridging the Data Gaps at #NAFOAFall23 
Don’t miss the breakout session Byte Size Info: Bridging the Data Gaps on Tuesday, October 3rd.  Sovereignty is strengthened as tribes accurately manage the administration and application of their data. A panel of tribal leaders and practitioners will share their own data collection and use projects. Panelists will discuss lessons learned from the CARES ACT and ARPA data collection efforts and how to position Indian Country as a cohesive data unit for future federal actions.
Moderator:
Casey Lozar, Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis-Center for Indian Country Development
Speakers:
John Morseau, Member at Large Tribal Council, Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians
Mitch Thompson, Director, CLA Digital
Eric Henson, Harvard Project on Indigenous Governance and Development
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Reserve Your Hotel Room

The Sheraton is currently sold out over some of our conference dates.  You can check availability online until the cut-off date of September 8th.  Additional rooms are available at Gila River Resort & Casino – WIld Horse pass located 5 minutes from the Sheraton.  There is a complimentary shuttle that runs between the hotels.
Reserve Your Room at Gila River Resort Casino

Come Early or Stay Late to Visit Grand Canyon West

Grand Canyon West is situated on the Hualapai Indian Reservation and is an enterprise of the Hualapai Indian Nation.  
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Sponsorship Opportunities
October2-3
Sheraton Wild Horse Pass 
5594 W Wild Horse Pass Blvd
Phoenix, AZ 85226
Thank you to Our Platinum Sponsor

INTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR?

Contact Dustin VanWinkle, Corporate Relationship Specialist, at dustin@nafoa.org for sponsorship opportunities.

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