Friday, Oct. 27 | 11:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. | Hagen 208


Purpose: To provide a cultural awareness training to build a faculty and staff support system for our Native American Students.

Keynote Speaker/Bio: Donna LC Keeler, Executive Director of South Dakota Urban Indian Health is an enrolled member of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe, Wind River Reservation, located in central Wyoming. Ms. Keeler was the first Executive Director for South Dakota Urban Indian Health between 1978 and 1981, at which time she accepted employment with the State of South Dakota Medicaid program, where she worked 20+ years, writing policy, program rules/regulations and developing the State Medicaid Managed Care Program. She returned to South Dakota Urban Indian Health as the Executive Director in April 2002. Ms. Keeler was awarded Indian Health Service Director’s Award (2010) and Indian Health Service Director’s Award – Special Recognition (2015).

Campus Speaker: Donna Brown, MSUM Chief Diversity Officer

Native American Student Panel: AISA (American Indian Student Association) Members

There are still a few seats remaining for this Friday’s training (max of 30 participants).

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