Leveraging Federal Obligations, Unique Status and Key Partnerships

The session will focus on the power of leverage and provide participants with a framework that can be used to better understand key relationships. The aim is to provide participants with the information needed to identify strategic partnerships and other organizations that can be used to amplify investments made in tribal housing and community housing related activities.

The content is designed to demonstrate the importance of leveraging resources to meet organizational goals. To share information that will help participants to conceptualize the benefits of developing effective partnerships, as well as leveraging federal trust obligations, unique legal status, and key resources to make better use of NAHASDA funds, other federal programs, non-traditional funding sources, and the capacity building resources made available to tribes by organizations such as NLC.
Training Objectives:
Participants will leave the session with an improved ability to:
  • Understand the relationship between federal enabling laws and program purpose, both generally and specific to NAHASDA; tribal authorities; tribal housing and community programs; and community needs
  • Take the steps needed to identify gaps, needs, and wasteful use of human, financial, and physical resources
  • Begin to evaluate federal, tribal, and non-traditional resources, which can be leveraged to bridge gaps and catalyze investments made in human, financial, and physical capital
Instructor: Amy Wilson, Founder & Principal Consultant
SEE Renewal, LLC
Date: January 20, 2022
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm EST

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