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Andrea Alexander Featured on Smoke Signals Blog

Posted in Communications, Economic Development, Shout Out, Smoke Signals, Telecommunications, Tribal Culture, Tribal Government
On October 15-16, Andrea Alexander (Makah) will be a featured speaker at the “Taking Smoke Signals Digital” Conference at the Tulalip Resort Casino, Tulalip, WA. Andrea Alexander has over 30 years experience of development in the native community and runs her own business, Energy Innovation Foundation. Her firm provides strategic planning and project development for … Continue Reading

Taking Smoke Signals Digital

Posted in Economic Development
Check out this article on the work that Navajo Nation is doing to bring wireless broadband to the reservation.  Navajo Nation is not alone – many tribes and partners like GCI and its Rural Development Program led by Bob Walsh in Alaska are taking advantage of the federal funding opportunities for these projects. In fact, there … Continue Reading