NWEAZ 2nd Anniversary Celebration


The event will be held on the ancestral lands of the Gila River Indian Community and will include a program hosted by the Mistress of Ceremonies, Davina Harrison, more widely known as Navajo in the City.

The NWEAZ invites Tribal leaders, Arizona State leaders, Native American Entrepreneurs, Royalty, and Dignitaries to join the celebration. The event will be held:
Friday, August 23, 2019
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Anthony B. Shelde Building at Wild Horse Pass
5710 N. Loop Road, Chandler, AZ, 85226
Tickets are $35.00 per person

Guests will be treated to a buffet-style dinner sponsored by the Wild Horse Pass Development Authority. The evening program designed for and by Native Women Entrepreneurs, will include raffles, business networking and first-of-its-kind data results from the NWEAZ survey that was sent out in July of 2019. NWEAZ is looking forward to celebrating this important milestone with their members and special guests. To register for the event, visit the NWEAZ website at https://nweaz.spottedhorseis.net.

ABOUT Native Women Entrepreneurs of Arizona (NWEAZ) was founded in 2017. The mission of NWEAZ is to be a supportive, social network advancing Native Women Business Owners through advocacy, leadership and data.

The Wild Horse Pass Development Authority is a wholly owned entity of the Gila River Indian Community and is responsible for developing Wild Horse Pass Destination. They manage a portfolio of Community-owned businesses, and review all economic development proposals for Community land on their reservation. To learn more, visit their website at www.gilariver.org/index.php/enterprises/wild-horse-pass-development-authority .NWEAZ_Invite_16x9

Our Head of Film Department has been apart of this organization since January, and is part of the planning committee. The NWEAZ has been collecting new data that will start providing insight into many problems that Native American Women have in the small business sector. The event above is where they will present the data collected and is a great chance of mingle, network and support the local Native American Women how work their buts off to provide for their families.

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