Excel in Business & Life With This Financial Literacy Course by Native Business Magizine| When you speak with the creators of the Financial Literacy and Business Basics course at New Mexico Community Capital (NMCC), it’s evident that their vision for financial education animates a somewhat daunting subject matter. Indigenous in nature, tech-driven and community-based, their approach is truly […]

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Vanessa Roanhorse: Inspiring the Native Entrepreneurial Community to Rise by Native Business Magazine On any given day, you may find Vanessa Roanhorse, Diné, founder and CEO of Roanhorse Consulting, LLC, discussing ways to raise the voice of minority businesses and localize economic development with her client, the City of Albuquerque, where she also calls home. You may […]

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Kalika Tallou Davis Redefines Beauty and Holistic Business Success by Native Business Magazine “Hozhó is remembering that you are a part of the Earth’s brilliance. It is finally accepting that yes, you are a sacred song that brings the Diyin Dine’é, the holy people, to their knees in an almost unbearable happiness. Hozhó is remembering your […]

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How Women Entrepreneurs Push Boundaries To Inspire The Next Generation People who inspire us have a spark. They have something within themselves that is bold and courageous. They push themselves to be uncomfortable. Shyla Sheppard, a native American from Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in western North Dakota, has shown this spark throughout her life. She [...]

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The 2018 PE Intensive, taking place April 13 & 14, brings together the the top 200 female founders from the PE Venture Competition for hands-on workshops and mentorship in New York City. Among the 200 are 10 finalists who have been given the additional opportunity to participate in the pitch competition on Saturday, April 14 for [...]

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April 30, 2018 The Administration for Native Americans (ANA) is celebrating financial literacy month by offering a glimpse into Native Americans’ capacity, based on knowledge, skills, and access, to manage financial resources effectively and what projects we’re funding to increase it. Our everyday lives are affected by our ability to handle our finances responsibly. Whether you’re [...]

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  Some of the organizers for the inaugural Native Women's Business Summit, scheduled to start April 13 in Albuquerque (Photo: courtesy Stephine Poston). Tuesday, April 10, 2018 – Native business women gather strength APRIL 10, 2018 BY ART HUGHES Native women make up half of all business owners in Native America according to estimates in the most [...]

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Entrepreneurs plan summit for Native businesswomen By Kevin Robinson-Avila / Journal Staff Writer Friday, December 29th, 2017 at 2:31pm A group of Native American women is planning a business summit for this spring. From left are Alicia Ortega, Stephine Poston, Vanessa Roanhorse, Jaclyn Roessel, Kim Delfina Gleason, Vicki Pozzebon, Kalika Tallou, Lisa Foreman and AJ Gloshay. [...]

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