Articles by RMICC Admin

2019 American Indian Achievement Awards

2019 American Indian Achievement Awards November 9, 2019 Denver Marriott Tech Center Gala 6:00pm – 8:00pm Individual Tickets: $165  Table of eight: $1,000 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 ...

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 ...

RMICC Voting Board Welcomes: Joel Smith

01/22/19 (Denver, CO) – Join RMICC in welcoming new Voting Board Member, Joel Smith, member of Caddo Nation and Sr VP/Chief Credit Officer of Native American Bank. Joel Smith has served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Credit Officer of Native American Bank since 2013. He is an enrolled member of the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma. He has over fifteen years of experience ...

VanNess Feldman Newest Partners: Maranda Compton

Introducing Our Newest Partners: Maranda Compton & Josh Krebs   Van Ness Feldman is honored to introduce the firm’s newest partners who share the common traits of talent, energy, and a passion for work, family, and the well-being of others. Maranda and Josh have distinguished themselves not only through their professional success, but by their superlative relationships ...

New Navajo president works for ‘unity, hope, and resilience’

Navajo President Jonathan Nez, his wife Phefelia, and their son. (Navajo Nation Office of the President & Vice President photo) by ICT OPINION We need to work together to move the Navajo Nation in the right direction Jonathan Nez Yá’át’ééh. I am Áshįįhí (Salt People) and born for Ta’neeszahnii (Tangle clan). My maternal grandfather’s clan ...

Milender White 2108 in Review

2018 was another great year for Milender White. Our continued success is a direct result of our outstanding employees, subcontractors and vendors.  A few highlights from this past year: Our two high-rise multifamily projects in downtown Denver topped out and are set to both turn over on schedule later this year. Last month, we broke ground on a third high-rise project ...