The Fourth Native American Women’s Leadership Training will be held June 17th, 2020 at Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, CA!

Over 100 women from tribes all across the country will come together to learn and exchange ideas to help empower female leaders within Indian Country. This training will provide interactive content that allows you to acquire new skills while learning best practices from other female leaders. You need not have an official title or role to attend this training, it is for any women looking to make a difference within her tribe or organization.

If you register for one of our other four events taking place at the same location on June 15-16, you can attend the Women’s Leadership Training at a discounted rate!

Register Now To Attend

For Elected Tribal Council or Tribal Government/Enterprise Representatives

Special $395 Rate!

When you register for one of the 4 events listed below, all taking place on June 15-16, 2020 at Pechanga Resort & Casino, you can attend the Women’s Leadership Training the next day at the discounted rate of $395!

Pechanga Casino & Resort - Healthcare Conference

Hotel Information

Pechanga Resort & Casino

45000 Pechanga Pkwy
Temecula, California 92592

Group Code: 6217839
Cut-off Date: Wednesday, May 13th, 2020
Room Rate: $184

You can book your rooms online or by calling Hotel Reservations at 888-732-4264.


“The networking was great! I enjoyed meeting so many native professional women. This training was great and the leader was so enthusiastic. It is a super opportunity to meet established professional native women.”
-Stephanie L. House, Manager on Duty, Ute Mountain Casino Hotel & Resort

“The networking was great, met a good mix of professionals who have their own brand and style. We all encouraged one another and shared business cards. It’s an inspiring training. You will learn something new and return motivated.”
-Ray Ann Terry, Board Secretary, Sage Memorial Hospital

“This training helped inspire me and motivated me to bring back the learning to my organization. You will benefit from this training.”
-Monica Simmons, Business Leader, Muckleshoot Casino

“I encourage you to participate in this leadership training that is focused on our very small demographic.”
-Melinda Nez, Lead Informatics Nurse, Fort Defiance Indian Hospital Board, Inc.

“The networking was very important. I felt at ease as we were asked to talk one on one. The training was very informative.”
-Dorothy Rhodes, Executive Intern-researcher, Gila River Indian Community

“When I asked about a situation that was covered by the trainer, he eventually had a suggestion that I thought might work. I would tell others he is willing to consider outside-the-box thinking.”
-Vanessa Gregory, Controller, Colville Tribal Credit Corporation

“This is a good personal development for your women board members to spend time together, and the networking opportunities were great.”
-Tishmall Turner, Vice Chair REDCO, Rincon Band of Luiseno

“I met a lot of wonderful women at the training and the lead trainer was great.”
-Bendora, Cage/Vault Manager, Ute Mountain Ute Tribe

“Personally, I met several female leader counterparts at this event and was inspired by the commitment of women from so many tribes. This is a great opportunity to learn skills necessary to be a female leader in today’s society. It is also a great opportunity to learn from women in other tribes about their challenges and successes, and bring that knowledge home to institute further change within your own tribe.”
-Trlaynna Scott, Staff Attorney, Cherokee Nation Businesses

“The networking was very good. I met a lot of new people from different backgrounds. It’s a solid training course where you will learn valuable insight and management tools.”
-Cindy Ernst, Housing Manager, Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians

“It’s very informative to understand the situations across Indian Country. I would recommend because of the networking and roundtable discussions.”
-Michelle Stevens, Housing Management Planner, Seneca Nation of Indians

“I met some new interesting women leaders and really enjoyed the training.”
-Robyn Burlingham, Tribal Council Coordinator, NHBPI

“Great networking at the conference. Learned what other native women are doing to help improve their tribal communities. The training is fun and has great information to bring home!”
-Taylor Housman, Administrative Assistant, Carl T Curtis-Omaha Tribe of NE

“Networking was great. Met new and successful people. The training was very beneficial.”
-Ray Ann Terry, Federal Programs Director, Sage Memorial Hospital

“Networking within native women is extremely important. It was wonderful and inspiring for me as well as the other woman that attended with me. I was very impressed with the overall training.”
-Charlette, Office Administrator, Yavapai Prescott Tribe

“It is a must to attend so much networking, shared experiences, etc.”
-Tamara Shorten, Administrative Assistant, San Carlos Apache Tribe

“It’s very important to network and get other ideas. Networking was a big part of the training.”
-Twyla Blanchard, Grants Accountant, Absentee Shawnee Tribe

“Wide scope of participants from different organizations – native based or native education.”
-Emily Barker, Research Assistant, Mamawipawin