NARF staff attends and presents at NCAI Mid Year Conference in Alaska
This week, a number of NARF staff are in Anchorage, Alaska, for NCAI’s Mid Year Conference. Yesterday, NARF Executive Director John E. Echohawk and Staff Attorney Joel Williams presented the NCAI delegates with an update on legal developments in the United States Supreme Court and NARF’s work on the Tribal Supreme Court Project. Staff Attorney Heather Whiteman Runs Him presented on the panel, U.N. Advocacy: Protecting and Promoting Tribal Sovereignty at the United Nations, and Staff Attorney Natalie A. Landreth presented at Native Vote 2020: Our Vote, Our Future. In addition, Staff Attorney Matthew L. Campbell hosted the TEDNA & First Alaskans Institute Education Forum. And finally, NARF Director of Development Morgan O’Brien hosted the NARF booth in the NCAI Marketplace. If you are in Anchorage, please stop by NARF’s booth at the Dena’ina Center to say hello and learn more about our work!