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Oak Creek Overlook Vendor Orientation
January 9, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Native Americans for Community Action, Inc. and the Oak Creek Overlook Native American Artisan Market are proud to offer their first new vendor orientation of 2018!
The Oak Creek Overlook Native American Artisan Market is seeking Native American craftspeople, artists and artisans interested in generating income from their creativity and passions.
• Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB)
• Photo ID
• Completed Registration Form for 2018 Overlook Season (DOWNLOAD HERE: http://www.nacainc.org/assets/jan-9%2c-2018-ol-vendor-annual-orient-letter-2018-season.pdf)
• Confirmation of payment or payment (check, money order, card or cash)
NOTE: All criteria must be met prior to submitting payment via Eventbrite or in-person. Refunds will not be issued. Please ensure you have all required documents prior to submitting payment.
08:00 a.m. – Registration
09:00 a.m. – Welcome Prayer & Introductions
09:15 a.m. – Overlook Program Rules & Regulations with Dorothy Gishie
10:45 a.m. – Break
11:00 a.m. – Presentation with Native American Motivational Speaker LeAndra Bitsie
12:30 p.m. – Lunch (Provided)
01:00 p.m. – Presentation with Native American Artist Darryl Dean Begay
02:45 p.m. – Adjournment
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
LeAndra Bitsie serves as the CEO & Founder of IML Training, serving 181 communities and over 22,000 individuals each year. Her passion for personal and professional development is seen thru her work as a highly skilled trainer with over 19 years of direct experience in the training industry. IML Training sessions are tailored to address practical solutions for self-accountability, self-determined attitudes and addressing inspiration, while living and working within tribal communities. Inspire.Motivate.Lead.(IML) Training was founded in 2006 as a provider of groundbreaking leadership development and training. As a Native American owned and operated company, our approach was founded upon connecting traditional values and cutting-edge modern strategies for leadership development. This allowed IML to create a comprehensive and truly culturally relevant experience to bridge the working relationships between Native Americans and non-Natives interacting in the professional realm. Since the inception of IML Training, we have assisted countless individuals to not only obtain the “how’s” of leadership and success, but most importantly the “why’s”. Through this method these individuals have effectively been empowered with the proper tools and motivation to become valuable contributors and leaders within their respective companies and organizations.
- Native Americans for Community Action, Inc
2717 N Steves Blvd. #11
Flagstaff, AZ 86004 US
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