13th Annual Native American Human Resources Conference

January 23- 24, 2023

The Palms Casino Resort – Las Vegas, NV

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The 13th Annual Native American Human Resources Conference will be held January 23-24, 2023 at The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, NV. 

There is no better Tribal HR professional development and networking opportunity than with Native Nation Events, and the 13th annual conference will not disappoint. Whether you’re new to HR or a seasoned professional, you’ll gain new skills and connect with peers and pros who will help you achieve your goals and solve your workplace challenges.

At Native Nation Events, we believe networking is at the heart of every conference and ensure that all attendees have ample time to connect and engage. We provide riveting sessions that inspire conversation, breaks built for mingling, to gathering the best sponsors that provide actionable solutions to help you reach your goals faster!

See you soon!

What Native Nation Events Offers

Who Should Attend:

  • Tribal Government HR Department Professionals
  • Compensation and Benefits Professionals
  • Tribal-Owned Enterprise HR Managers
  • Leadership
  • Talent Acquisition and Retention Professionals
  • Organizational Development and Training Personnel
  • Benefits and Recognition Personnel
  • Legal and Compliance

Thank you to our Co-Chairs and Platinum sponsors for their continued support, dedication to knowledge, and drive to enhance the Native American community.

Register

Register Now To Attend

For Tribal or Tribal Enterprise Representatives

Group Rate
(Must have four or more registered)

Industry Professionals

Hotel & Venue
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Hotel Information

The Palms Casino Hotel

4381 West Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89103

Room Rate: $139
Cut-Off Date: Wednesday, December 21, 2022

To reserve your room: 702- 942-7777

You must mention Native Nation Events or the Native American Human Resources Conference to receive the discounted rate.

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Sponsors

Conference Co-Chair

Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Exhibitors

Testimonials

HR Professionals, Tribal Leaders & Enterprise Representatives 

“I learned so much! The speakers were great, and the venue was lovely. It was also wonderful to get to know HR peers who are familiar with the same day to day things I do!”
– Luri de Souza, HR Generalist, Feather Falls Casino

“Great for getting updates in HR information.”
– Natalie Alvarado, HR Generalist, Southern Indian Health Council, Inc. 

“Greenville Rancheria attends most if not all of Native Nation Events’ [conferences]. The NNE staff is very helpful and accommodating.”
Lucretia Fletcher, ED/CSPO, Greenville Rancheria

“I love attending this conference. Well organized and beneficial.”
– Elisabeth Hertel, Human Resources Manager, Sitting Bull College

“Definitely worth attending. Very knowledgeable speakers and great vendors. All of the vendors were very knowledgeable and friendly. I felt like I’ve known them forever. So many services that we can use.”
– Susan Martin, Human Resources Manager, Cow Creek Government Office

“Learning from the speakers and networking with the vendors is the best part! It was a blast and very informative!”
– Kimberlee Soldier, Human Resources Manager, Mole Lake Casino Lodge & Conference Center

“The set-up was great. The sessions were awesome. Very informative!”
– Flo Long, Human Resources Coordinator, Casa Blanca Community School

” I enjoyed the conference and am looking forward to the next one.”
– Jamie McNeely, Assistant HR Director, Quapaw Nation

“This was my first time and I loved it!”
– Paula Allen, Director of Leadership Development, Jamestown S’Klallam

“One of the best HR conferences I’ve attended”
– Margie Barton, Chapter Manager, Dilkon Chapter

“A great opportunity to network with other tribal workers from around the country and a great venue to connect with vendors who offer services you may not be familiar with at all but could benefit your organization.”
– Kyle Rogers, Deputy Executive Director, SPIPA

Sponsors and Industry Professionals

“Exhibitors have the opportunity to meet in person with key contacts, establishing rapport and follow up opportunities post conference. Value add to have attendees visit each Exhibitor to be eligible for end of show raffle.”
– Joyce Armijo, University Development, Grand Canyon Education

” It is a great way to learn and be able to ask questions, even set up a 1×1 because it’s not SO big that it is overwhelming. NNE seems to reach a different audience than some of the other conferences. It is more affordable for Tribes and supportive of the HR role in Indian Country. Always an audience we want to connect with.”
– Alicia Finley, HR Services Director, Blue Stone Strategy Partners

“Love the check box stop by the booth cards. Great conference. Pre/post show email campaign’s are amazing and show NNE is serious with these events.”
– Brandon Santangelo, Director of Business Development, PerfectGift, LLC. 

“Extremely well organized show.”
– Amy Noll, Assistant Vice President, Client Services & Giftcard Programming, Simon

“This conference is a great place to network, and NNE did a great job encouraging participants to see all vendors.”
– Derek Talley, National Sales & Marketing Director, GITW Benefits

“Great conference, great people. Very valuable, we were very pleased with the quality of attendees and the opportunities to speak with folks. Having the food and beverage in the exhibit hall is probably the most important feature at a conference like this. The exhibitor bingo was a big hit. This was a great conference for us, we’ll definitely be exhibiting again.”
– Beth Mohr, Managing Partner, McHard Accounting Consulting

“It’s a great opportunity to connect and meet with new people.”
– Christopher Novak, SR Human Resources Specialist-Recruiting & Employee Maintenance, Grand Canyon Resort Corporation

“Great event with a lot of resources. The networking opportunity was great. It appears a majority of the Casinos are handling our services internally and can use our help.”
– Polet Nersesian, Account Executive, Emptech

The 13th Annual Native American Human Resources Conference will be held January 23-24, 2023 at The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, NV. 

There is no better Tribal HR professional development and networking opportunity than with Native Nation Events, and the 13th annual conference will not disappoint. Whether you’re new to HR or a seasoned professional, you’ll gain new skills and connect with peers and pros who will help you achieve your goals and solve your workplace challenges.

At Native Nation Events, we believe networking is at the heart of every conference and ensure that all attendees have ample time to connect and engage. From riveting sessions that inspire conversation, breaks built for mingling, to gathering the best sponsors that provide actionable solutions.

See you soon!

What Native Nation Events Offers

Who Should Attend:

  • Tribal Government HR Department Professionals
  • Compensation and Benefits Professionals
  • Tribal-Owned Enterprise HR Managers
  • Leadership
  • Talent Acquisition and Retention Professionals
  • Organizational Development and Training Personnel
  • Benefits and Recognition Personnel
  • Legal and Compliance

Register Now To Attend

For Tribal or Tribal Enterprise Representatives

Group Rate
(Must have four or more registered)

Industry Professionals

Hotel Information

The Palms Casino Hotel

4381 West Flamingo Road
Las Vegas, NV 89103

Room Rate: $139
Cut-Off Date: Wednesday, December 21, 2022

To reserve your room: 702- 942-7777

You must mention Native Nation Events or the Native American Human Resources Conference to receive the discounted rate.

Conference Co-Chair

Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Exhibitors

HR Professionals, Tribal Leaders & Enterprise Representatives 

“I learned so much! The speakers were great, and the venue was lovely. It was also wonderful to get to know HR peers who are familiar with the same day to day things I do!”
– Luri de Souza, HR Generalist, Feather Falls Casino

“Great for getting updates in HR information.”
– Natalie Alvarado, HR Generalist, Southern Indian Health Council, Inc. 

“Greenville Rancheria attends most if not all of Native Nation Events’ [conferences]. The NNE staff is very helpful and accommodating.”
Lucretia Fletcher, ED/CSPO, Greenville Rancheria

“I love attending this conference. Well organized and beneficial.”
– Elisabeth Hertel, Human Resources Manager, Sitting Bull College

“Definitely worth attending. Very knowledgeable speakers and great vendors. All of the vendors were very knowledgeable and friendly. I felt like I’ve known them forever. So many services that we can use.”
– Susan Martin, Human Resources Manager, Cow Creek Government Office

“Learning from the speakers and networking with the vendors is the best part! It was a blast and very informative!”
– Kimberlee Soldier, Human Resources Manager, Mole Lake Casino Lodge & Conference Center

“The set-up was great. The sessions were awesome. Very informative!”
– Flo Long, Human Resources Coordinator, Casa Blanca Community School

” I enjoyed the conference and am looking forward to the next one.”
– Jamie McNeely, Assistant HR Director, Quapaw Nation

“This was my first time and I loved it!”
– Paula Allen, Director of Leadership Development, Jamestown S’Klallam

“One of the best HR conferences I’ve attended”
– Margie Barton, Chapter Manager, Dilkon Chapter

“A great opportunity to network with other tribal workers from around the country and a great venue to connect with vendors who offer services you may not be familiar with at all but could benefit your organization.”
– Kyle Rogers, Deputy Executive Director, SPIPA

Sponsors and Industry Professionals

“Exhibitors have the opportunity to meet in person with key contacts, establishing rapport and follow up opportunities post conference. Value add to have attendees visit each Exhibitor to be eligible for end of show raffle.”
– Joyce Armijo, University Development, Grand Canyon Education

” It is a great way to learn and be able to ask questions, even set up a 1×1 because it’s not SO big that it is overwhelming. NNE seems to reach a different audience than some of the other conferences. It is more affordable for Tribes and supportive of the HR role in Indian Country. Always an audience we want to connect with.”
– Alicia Finley, HR Services Director, Blue Stone Strategy Partners

“Love the check box stop by the booth cards. Great conference. Pre/post show email campaign’s are amazing and show NNE is serious with these events.”
– Brandon Santangelo, Director of Business Development, PerfectGift, LLC. 

“Extremely well organized show.”
– Amy Noll, Assistant Vice President, Client Services & Giftcard Programming, Simon

“This conference is a great place to network, and NNE did a great job encouraging participants to see all vendors.”
– Derek Talley, National Sales & Marketing Director, GITW Benefits

“Great conference, great people. Very valuable, we were very pleased with the quality of attendees and the opportunities to speak with folks. Having the food and beverage in the exhibit hall is probably the most important feature at a conference like this. The exhibitor bingo was a big hit. This was a great conference for us, we’ll definitely be exhibiting again.”
– Beth Mohr, Managing Partner, McHard Accounting Consulting

“It’s a great opportunity to connect and meet with new people.”
– Christopher Novak, SR Human Resources Specialist-Recruiting & Employee Maintenance, Grand Canyon Resort Corporation

“Great event with a lot of resources. The networking opportunity was great. It appears a majority of the Casinos are handling our services internally and can use our help.”
– Polet Nersesian, Account Executive, Emptech