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Fri Jan-16, 2015
Leadership Message



In 2014 - 2015, we plan to build a solid foundation for growth and inclusion at RMICC.  We look forward to strengthening key partnerships and forming new fruitful relationships.  Our goal at RMICC is to promote commerce that benefits the Native Community.  We strive to enhance Native Businesses in their path to growth, empower Native Professionals and Entrepreneurs in their path to success, encourage Native Students in their path to continued education, and embrace Partners in their path to reach the Native Community.  In addition to these goals, I’m thrilled with the opportunity to help Natives realize their true potential on the larger domestic and global markets.


We humbly accept the task of showing Corporate American that Native Commerce is a viable business investment.  We are dedicated to staying relevant to what’s new in business, while maintaining our respect for culture and tradition.  While we may be small in numbers, we are certainly not small in heart.  Undeniably, “modern Natives” are the very essence of perseverance, resilience, and versatility.  The Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce extends an esteemed “welcome” to you.  We hope you join us in our path to prosperity.

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Nov 17 2014 11:01am    Comments: 0    Categories: Chamber News      Tags: race history colorado  
RMICC joined panel at History Colorado to discuss how RACE plays a role in access to Affordable Housing and Healthcare
Nov 14 2014 07:34pm    Comments: 0    Categories: Chamber News      Tags: uspto  
If you missed the US Patent & Trademark Office American Indian Heritage Month Observation, check out the recap video of the presentation.
Nov 03 2014 07:10pm    Comments: 0    Categories: Chamber News      Tags: american indian achievement awards  
RMICC and partners gave away more than $28K in Scholarships and AWards at the 2014 American Indian Achievement Awards
Oct 14 2014 09:54am    Comments: 0    Categories: Chamber News      Tags: shadana dickerson - sultan  mayor's diversity award  
RMICC Executive Director, Shadana Dickerson-Sultan, accepts nomination from Denver American Indian Commission for 2014 Mayor's Diversity Award.
Oct 02 2014 09:52pm    Comments: 0    Categories: Chamber News      Tags: us patent and trademark  
The Denver area is home to the second largest concentration of urban Native Americans, with approximately 100 tribes represented, and is headquarters to notable organizations
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