28yrs of Service to RMICC, Dee St Cyr Retires from Board Chair
12/18/18 Denver, CO - RMICC celebrates Dee St Cyr's Legacy of Service. After 28yrs of dedication to the mission of serving Indian Country via RMICC, Dee St Cyr retires from the position of Board Chair. Dee helped source initial funding to start RMICC in the early 90's with her then employer. She has since seen the Chamber grow to serve constituents across the United States and around the globe. She has been an integral part in providing support to American Indian Businesses, Scholars, Professionals, Tribes, and non-Native supporters of Indian Country.
Over the years, Dee helped provide scholarship support for hundreds of American Indian Students receiving funding through the American Indian Achievement Awards (formerly known as the American Indian Scholars Gala), now in it's 16th year. She has supported 100% of RMICC events and partnerships for nearly three decades, always keeping RMICC and it's mission a priority. For the past 5 consecutive years, she's been the largest single donor to the Silent Auction at the American Indian Achievement Awards, raising funds to support the event. She also donated personal funds toward a $1000 Legacy Scholarship.
She continues to serve as CEO (owner) of BearWoman Enterprises serving the Rocky Mountain Region. RMICC wishes continued prosperity for Dee and her family, as her years of dedication and service to Indian Country have been truly remarkable.