American Indian Chamber of Commerce

August 19th Chamber Luncheon to feature Ak-Chin Chairman Robert Miguel

The Ak-Chin Indian Community Breaks Ground on First Phase of Multi-Million Dollar Expansion at Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino August 19 Chamber Luncheon Chamber Member $20.00 USDFuture Chamber Member $30.00 USD Maricopa, Ariz.) – With shovels in hand, Chairman Robert Miguel, along with members of the Ak-Chin Indian Community Tribal Council and executive leadership from Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino, […]

Job Fair at Native American Community Service Center August 24th at 10 a.m.

Job Fair Announcement Hosted by the American indian Chamber of Commerce of Arizona Open to Everyone. Targeting Employment for Native Americans Email your name and phone number to: Job seekers should dress for onsite interviews. Bring plenty of resumés and other pertinent information needed for a job interview, such as your driver’s license, any certificates […]

July 22nd Luncheon Sold-Out! No walk-in registration will be accepted.

Crystal J. Deschinny is the newly appointed Director for Navajo Nation’s Division of Economic Development. She will speak at the Friday, July 22nd Chamber Luncheon at the Casino Arizona Eagles Buffet Banquet Room regarding the upcoming projects on the Navajo Nation. With nearly 20 years of working experience in accounting, finance, and investment portfolio management in the […]

City of Phoenix Aviation Department Manager, Valerie Churchwell to speak at June 24th luncheon

      Valerie Churchwell, Small Business Engagement Manager, City of Phoenix Aviation Department Valerie Churchwell is the Small Business Engagement Manger for the City of Phoenix Aviation Department.  She serves as a committed and proactive partner to the small business community by serving as a resource for all the divisions within the Aviation Department ensuring that […]

May 20th Chamber Luncheon to Feature CAPT. Michael Weahkee, CEO, Phoenix Indian Medical Center

CAPT. Michael Weahkee, CEO Phoenix Service Unit, Phoenix Indian Medical Center CAPT Michael Weahkee will speak about the new state-of-the-art multi-million dollar health centers funded by the Indian Health Service. One health center is currently under construction in the southeast valley and another is planned for the northeast valley near the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community. […]

Join in the Fun! Be an American Indian Chamber Event Planning Committee Member

Dear Chamber Member or Friend of the Chamber:   In 1996, the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Arizona was founded by hardworking, motivated American Indian business owners that wanted to make a difference in Arizona and especially in tribal communities. We are grateful for the hard work of all board members and committee members […]

Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise CEO Derrick Watchman to Speak

Great Speaker + Good Food = Awesome Networking Opportunity Mr. Derrick Watchman, CEO of the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise will be the Friday, April 22nd American Indian Chamber luncheon speaker. The luncheon will be held at the Casino Arizona Eagles Buffet Banquet Room. Derrick Watchman is the Chief Executive Officer for the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise, the gaming […]

March 18th Luncheon to Feature NIGA Chairman Ernie Stevens

Mr. Ernie L. Stevens, Jr. (Oneida) is the Chairman and national spokesperson for the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) in Washington, D.C. Mr. Stevens is currently completing his seventh two-year term as the organization’s leader, which is a position elected by the member tribes of the National Indian Gaming Association. As Chairman of NIGA, Stevens represents the Indian gaming industry. […]

Two Speakers for February 19th Luncheon

Two dynamic speakers will speak at February 19th Chamber Luncheon at Casino Arizona. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. and program begins at 12 noon. The first speaker will be Ms. Pilar Thomas, Counsel at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie, LLP. Pilar Thomas (Pascua Yaqui) is of counsel at Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP in Tucson Arizona, […]

January 22nd Luncheon to Feature New Auto Mall at Salt River

Make plans to attend the January 22nd American Indian Chamber luncheon to learn about the new $60 million, 70-acre auto mall development on the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community land. The auto mall will be the first on tribal land in the United States. The auto mall will be located on the west side […]