Native Advisory LLC, a strategic and financial advisory services firm is proud to announce they’re hosting a free webinar series on COVID-19 response and recovery with support from NDN Collective, an Indigenous-led organization.
This 4-part series promises to be inspiring and informative in nature, delivering exceptional content to Tribal Leadership and those working with Tribes. It will highlight emerging issues related to the pandemic, advancements in technology, and development of CARES Act Relief Fund spending plans that will enable a Tribe to adapt and thrive with respect to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
At the center of this conversation is the CEO of Native Advisory LLC, Lacey Horn, an internationally recognized thought leader, visionary creator and tribal financial expert. Horn formerly served as treasurer for the Cherokee Nation and has experience as both an internal and external auditor.
Other experts and internationally renowned speakers will also be taking part in the events, including professional futurist Erica Orange of The Future Hunters, who will kick off the series with an overview of the pandemic’s impacts on the future that Tribes need to know now.
“Tribes are being faced with some of the most difficult financial decisions in generations. It is my hope that this series will be a lifeline of support and inspiration for Tribal Leaders and those working on CARES Act Relief Fund spending plans,” says Horn.
The events are scheduled for September 1, October 13, November 10, and December 15 and will be held at 12pm Central.
For more information on the events and how to register, please visit www.nativeadvisory.com.
About Native Advisory LLC:
Native Advisory specializes in strategic advisory to Tribal Leaders, providing vision and insight to help them create wealth and invest for the next seven generations. They are committed to promoting and preserving the Native way of life through advancing True Tribal Sovereignty.
About NDN Collective:
NDN Collective is committed to building indigenous power using mediums like activism, capacity-building, grantmaking, narrative change and philanthropy. At the core of their operation is the desire to build collective power for indigenous communities and nations. They are in pursuit of equity and justice for all people and the planet, to help create a world of peace and happiness.