|What:||NAFOA’s 2018 Fall Finance & Tribal Economies Conference|
|Where:||Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa
Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico
|When:||October 1-2, 2018|
NAFOA’s Fall Conference brings together tribal leaders, professionals, advocates, and U.S. government representatives to discuss economic opportunities and issues facing tribal governments. This year’s event is expected to welcome over 500 attendees and will offer engaging sessions on asset management, investment strategies, accounting and financial management best practices, new economic development opportunities, and economic and financial policy issues.
On Monday, October 1, 4:10 pm to 5:25 pm, REDW Principal James Montoya will take part in the following panel discussion:
“Integrating Grants Management Across the Office: Finance, Grant Writers & Program Managers Working Together”
Tribal governments manage a plethora of programs that vary in complexity, deadlines, and compliance from multiple federal agencies and various sources of state and private funders. What are the best practices for managing multiple grant projects, communicating across teams, and organizing to ensure reporting compliance? Speakers in this session will talk through helpful management systems and organizational structures for implementing a comprehensive grant management strategy.
And don’t miss hearing REDW strategic partner Notah Begay III speak to “Living a Full Life: Being Notah Begay III” on Tuesday, October 2, 10:10 am to 10:50 am. Well-known for his success as a PGA Tour golf professional, Notah, Navajo, has been invited to relate his economic and philanthropic accomplishments and share his approach to business success, the importance of giving back by embracing the responsibility of being a role model, and his drive to help those that mean the most to him.
As a NAFOA Silver Sponsor, REDW will also be exhibiting at this event. Stop by our booth for a chance to win two free registrations to The 2018 REDW Tribal Finance & Leadership Conference!