What You Need to Work Successfully
with Tribal Governments and Communities
Presented by, Milton Bluehouse, Jr.
in collaboration with the Environmental and Public Policy (EPP) Section of the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR).
Working with tribal governments and communities can be a rewarding experience if done successfully. This presentation highlights important concepts unique to tribal governments and communities, planning and process design, and cultural communication skills that are necessary to ensure mutually beneficial and successful working relations.
Milton Bluehouse, Jr. is a Navajo tribal member from Ganado, Arizona. He specializes in tribal intergovernmental relations with federal and state governments with focus areas on the environment, natural resources and cultural/sacred sites, and tribal consultation facilitation and process design. Mr. Bluehouse has provided tribal intergovernmental and community relations training to over 5,000 state and federal employees. Mr. Bluehouse is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison Law School, and the University of Arizona. From 1991 to 1995 Mr. Bluehouse served honorably in the United States Marine Corps.
Hello all, the archive for last week's webinar is now available by clicking play on the video player above. Due to technical difficulties during the session we were only able to capture the audio of this conversation. Please feel free to continue the conversation in this forum by adding any comments or questions. Enjoy! Bryan