Friday, October 5, 2012


Native Americans at Dartmouth Present: 

Dinner with Alvin Warren '91

Out of meal swipes? Interested in law or public policy? Want to meet with a Dartmouth alum working towards tribal sovereignty? 

If you answered yes to any (or all) of the above, then consider joining NAD this Saturday! 

When: Saturday, October 6th at 5 pm 
Where: The Native American House (White house on North Main Street just past Alpha Theta and behind Moore) 
Why: Learn more about law and public policyIndian Affairs, or just come to speak with an awesome Dartmouth alum and eat free food

Alvin Warren '91 is a Dartmouth alum and graduate of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, and has held significant positions working with Native American issues as Secretary of Indian Affairs in New Mexico and as Lt. Governor for the Santa Clara Pueblo. He is currently the advisor for Blue Stone Strategy Group, a national, Native-owned advisory firm committed to strengthening tribal sovereignty and self-sufficiency. 

Mr. Warren will be having a discussion with students about his work in law and public policy, emphasizing the importance of registering to vote.

****This is a great opportunity for students to engage in some of the current issues faced in indigenous communities and to learn about Mr. Warren's work, especially if you are thinking about graduate school in law or public policy!****