Articles by RMICC Admin

Gemma Lockhart Joins RMICC Board

Gemma Lockhart is CEO of Mountain Pictures Company, a small production company that has mainly served American Indian Tribes in the United States. She has experience as a TV and print journalist and filmmaker and has been honored with film selections at the American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco and at the Haudenosaunee Film Festival in Fonda, New York. She believes ...

2020 American Indian Achievement Awards

2020 American Indian Achievement Awards November, 2020 Individual Tickets: TBD  Table of eight: TBD Sponsorships Available  Sponsorships are critical in helping us support our Native students educational efforts. This year there are four key sponsorships available. The Gala Sponsorship (click here), and the Buffalo, Turtle, and Eagle sponsorships (click ...

Denver Moves Disadvantaged Business Concessions Program to Airport

City and County of DenverOffice of Economic DevelopmentDerek WoodburyO: 720.913.1608derek.woodbury@denvergov.org Denver International AirportStacey StegmanO: 303-342-2276stacey.stegman@flydenver.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE City and County of Denver Announces Move of Disadvantaged Business Concessions Program to Airport DENVER, CO ­— Tuesday, February 12, 2019 — Today, the ...

Meet New RMICC Voting Board Member: Kelly Reyos

01/25/19 (Denver, CO) Join RMICC in welcoming new Voting Board Member, Kelly Reyos (Ute Indian Tribe).   Kelly is Ute and Laguna Pueblo, enrolled member of the Ute Indian Tribe. She grew up on the Uintah and Ouray Reservation in Fort Duchesne/Randlett, Utah. She attended Haskell Indian Nations University and Utah State University, and started her career with the Ute ...