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in 16 days Starts: Wed, September 05 2018 at 11:30 AM
September: CCIA, DAIC Join via Google Meet via Chrome Browser or via cell app:meet.google.com/kmb-zwqj-rui Join a video meeting With Meet, it’s easy to meet team members anywhere in the world, at any time–all from a computer or mobile device. In this section, you learn how to: 2.1 J…
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in 44 days Starts: Wed, October 03 2018 at 11:30 AM
October: Grace Gillette, Denver March Powwow Join via Google Meet via Chrome Browser or via cell app: meet.google.com/utz-vyew-dac Join a video meeting With Meet, it’s easy to meet team members anywhere in the world, at any time–all from a computer or mobile device. In this section, yo…
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in 68 days Starts: Sat, October 27 2018 at 6:00 AM
American Indian Achievement Awards Saturday October 27, 2018 Location: Marriott Denver Tech Center, 4900 S Syracuse St, Denver CO 80237 Gala 6:00pm - 8:00pm   Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce invites you to celebrate the American Indian Achievement Awards where we honor and recognize A…
Marriott Denver Tech Center, Denver, United States
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STAIN REMOVAL - THE FASTER, THE BETTER. (read more)
5 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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RMICC highlights community partners working with us to support Indian Country. Murphy Robinson serves as the Executive Director of the General Services Department for the City and County of Denver. (read more)
19 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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Frito lay delivered donations to Pine Ridge. (read more)
24 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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The Bureau of Indian Affairs has published a new list of federally recognized tribes, adding six from Virginia to the list (read more)
27 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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RMICC was on hand for the ceremony marking the opening of the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center. (read more)
29 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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Leadership Message
RMICC continues working to move Commerce that benefits Indian Country.  It is incredibly humbling to see the seeds of our work grow to benefit American Indian Communities.  We have been fortunate to see start-up businesses blossom to secure their first contracts, long term partners bloom to the global market, scholarship recipients graduate and secure their first career opportunities, tribal leaders make key connections to sell products and services, non profit partners implement ground breaking work via grant funded programs, American Indian Professionals secure promotions, and see our Corporate Partners complete the circle by awarding American Indian businesses contract work.  It's a labor of love, but it is fulfilling to see the growth and promise of doing business in Indian Country.   

As an enrolled member of the Oglala Lakota Nation, I'm always interested in ways to promote a positive image of our American Indian Culture & Community. My priority is to help our American Indian Community to stay relevant to what’s new in business, while maintaining respect for culture and tradition. Equally important to me, is showing my daughter and the rest of our American Indian Youth the beauty and pride in being American Indian. Our people are truly beautiful, vibrant, and resilient!

In some small, humble way, I hope to bring a level of unity amongst our communities so our people have a clear voice. Our people have suffered a great deal, and there is still so much work to do in Indian Country. We can't get there until we embrace each other and work together. We say, "Mitakuye oyasin," (we are all related). Together, we can show the world that in the face of centuries of adversity and struggle, American Indians are still here, thriving and growing! I am incredibly thankful for the opportunity to serve our community and even more humbled by those that support and believe in the vision. Thank you Creator.

While we may be small in numbers, we are certainly not small in heart. Undeniably, “modern Natives” are the very essence of perseverance, resilience, and versatility. The Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce extends an esteemed “welcome” to you. We hope you join us in our path to prosperity. 

 

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