NEW! NTAA member Tribes are welcome to join a NTAA member Tribe Feedback Call on Thursday, September 15th at 2 pm ET. This call will allow NTAA members to provide their feedback to NTAA leadership and hear a briefing on NTAA’s recent meetings with EPA leadership. If you are a member and did not receive a calendar invitation, please contact NTAA’s Carolyn Kelly at [email protected] to get the invite!
NEW! The National Tribal Air Association is pleased to announce its newest Member Tribe. The Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. The Swinomish Indian Tribal Community is a federally-recognized tribe occupying the Swinomish Reservation in Washington. They are committed to improving the lives and well-being of our tribal members through social and cultural programs, education, economic development, and resource protection. NTAA now includes 156 Tribes in the roster of NTAA member Tribes! If you and/or your Tribe wish to join NTAA, learn how to join here for free!
NEW! The National Tribal Air Association is pleased to announce its newest Policy Advisor Committee (PAC) member, Andrea Gelatt, who is Of Counsel with Jill Grant & Associates. She is experienced in environmental law and tribal issues and will assist the National Tribal Air Association with its continued mission to advance air quality management policies and programs consistent with the needs, interests, and unique legal status of American Indian Tribes and Alaska Natives. Andrea joins NTAA’s newest Policy Advisors, Lisa Gover, and Richard Du Bey. Learn more about NTAA’s PAC here.
NEW! The National Tribal Air Association is pleased to announce its newest associate member, Franklyn Tranquilino Telles. Franklin is currently attending Northern Arizona University’s Ph.D. in Earth Sciences and Environmental Sustainability Program. Franklin’s career objective is to work in a position where he can use my experience to develop further and share his research and education skills while mentoring and promoting students’ academic success. Welcome aboard, soon-to-be Dr. Telles!
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