|Newly Appointed Treasurer of the United States, Chief Lynn Malerba Speaking at #NAFOAFall22 |
NAFOA is excited to welcome Lynn Malerba, Lifetime Chief of the Mohegan Tribe and the first Native American Treasurer of the United States to address the opening general session at NAFOA’s 2022 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference on Monday, October 3rd. Hear about the Treasury’s newly established Office of Tribal and Native Affairs. Chief Malerba will also be honored as a NAFOA Lifetime Achievement Award recipient during the awards luncheon on Tuesday, October 4th.
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. The NAFOA room block is in the Fox Tower. Please note that Saturday night is currently sold out. You can reserve a room for that night in the Grand Pequot Tower or Great Cedar, but the group rate isn’t available at those hotels.
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Let’s Get Social! #NAFOAFall22 Social Media Toolkit
Use our Social Media Toolkit to spread the word about your participation and celebrate being part of the NAFOA community! With these resources and samples, you can start connecting with speakers, attendees, tribal leaders, and the rest of our community before heading to the Conference. Download and save the images provided to share on social media or embed them on your website, blog, or email campaign.
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If you think you might have a credit on file from the 2020 Spring Conference, please contact Missy Dunne before you register. Please note that the 2022 Fall Conference is the last time that credits from 2020 will be accepted.
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350 Trolly Line Blvd
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NAFOA, founded as the Native American Finance Officer’s Association, is initiating its search for a permanent executive director. This leadership position will be pivotal in advancing NAFOA’s mission of strengthening tribal finance and growing tribal economies.