Inspirational speakers and entertainers emceeone, a.k.a. Marcus Anthony Guinn, and Chance Rush, encouraged Native youth to mobilize and realize their power at the Youth Entrepreneurship Summits (YES!) in both 2015 and 2016.
Kristin Butler
11/17/16
“What you step towards, you attract. What you attract will follow you and open opportunities for more,” emceeone, a.k.a...
Vincent Schilling
12/3/13
Collin Price is an enrolled member of the Ho-Chunk Nation as well as his tribe’s Public Relations Officer...
Lynn Armitage
1/11/13
Name: George Greendeer, 69 Title: Founder and President of Green Bay Elite Cheer Co...
Richard Walker
12/29/11
TULALIP, Washington — A Tacoma shipyard with a 30 percent Native workforce could build six fuel-efficient tugs for the United States Navy, if final contracts win approval...
Richard Walker
12/30/11
SEATTLE — Thirteen Native-owned or managed businesses have graduated from a Small Business Administration program designed to help them succeed...
Kevin Taylor
12/12/11
Melinda Giovengo didn’t keep the cold reality of her organization’s work out of the cozy banquet room hunkered off in a corner of the soaring, cathedral-like lobby of Seattle City ...
ICTMN Staff
6/21/11
The National Minority Business Council (NMBC), an advocacy group for minority and women-owned businesses founded in 1972, will host its “Off The Streets” job employment stimulus ch...
Lorraine Jessepe
11/6/12
American Indian entrepreneur Jona Rupnicki has some simple advice for aspiring Native business owners: “If the opportunity is there, you’ve just got to take it.” Rupnicki (Potawato...