November 11, 2021, 6 pm ET
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Native Americans public relations professionals—spread across some 570 tribes across the US—have had to overcome communications challenges few of us have had to face. Many serve as social activists campaigning against environmental infringements and advocating for better healthcare on the reservation. Others serve to rectify long-standing misperceptions about Native Americans, working to eliminate demeaning portrayals in our popular culture in movies, sports, commercials, and textbooks. And many serve to represent tribal interests before big business and government, while preserving their unique tribal identities and passing the culture along to the next generations.
During our Native American Month celebration on November 11, meet the public relations leaders of tribes from across the country, as they share inspiring stories about the role of communications in promoting economic opportunity and preserving well-being throughout all of the tribes.
Catherine Hernandez Blades,senior vice president, Marketing and Communications, SAIC
Mark Trahant, editor, Indian Country Today Phoenix, Arizona
Candace Hamana, principal, Badger PR, Phoenix, Arizona
Simon Moya-Smith, adjunct professor of Indigenous Studies, University of Colorado Denver; freelance writer for NBC News, CNN, Lonely Planet, and Fodor’s Travel; citizen of the Oglala Lakota Nation
Jaynie Parrish, executive director Navajo County Democrats, Arizona
Collin Price, principal, B-Team Strategies, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; member of the Ho-Chunk Nation
Brandon Scott, director of communications for Cherokee Nation Businesses, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Randy’L Teton, public affairs manager, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, Fort Hall, Idaho
Thanks to our Sponsors
“Native American Public Relations” is sponsored in part by: The Bonnie Yablon Foundation, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication Department of Advertising and Public Relations at University of Georgia, Badger PR, Joyful Planet, CommPRO, and Muck Rack.
All sponsors will be thanked at the start of the program, listed in the program, recognized on social media, and featured on the home page of the Museum’s website.
BRONZE: $1,000 — recognition at the opening and close of the show; your logo or name on all event materials up to and including day of show
SILVER: $2,500 — all the above, plus access to our registration list
GOLD: $5,000 — all the above, plus opportunity to have a 15-second “commercial” at the start of the show
PLATINUM $10,000 — all the above, plus opportunity to have two 15-second “commercials” at the start of the show.
Your contribution enables free admission to students and professionals around the world, and make the program available to all after the event.
EDUCATOR $50 | FRIEND $100 | ADVOCATE $250 | CHAMPION $500
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