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Join AMERIND Risk & NAIHC in San Diego for Educational Networking Forum

2018 AMERIND Risk | NAIHC Annual Convention & Trade Show in San Diego, California!
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Excitement is building for the annual powerhouse event co-hosted by AMERIND Risk and the National American Indian Housing Council (NAIHC.) Join leaders of Native strong organizations and representatives in Tribal government, business and housing from across the nation at the 2018 AMERIND Risk | NAIHC Annual Convention & Trade Show in San Diego, California!

Join AMERIND Risk & NAIHC in San Diego for Educational Networking Forum

Join AMERIND Risk & NAIHC in San Diego for Educational Networking Forum

Register now to partake in three days featuring dynamic speakers, educational training sessions and unparalleled networking. Act now: The combined event is just around the corner, May 30 – June 1, 2018. The host hotel is sold out, but registration is still open.Please view hotels within the host hotel vicinity.

“AMERIND Risk looks forward to the upcoming joint annual convention as we chart new directions in this dynamic environment. We look forward to seeing you in San Diego!” said Derek Valdo (Pueblo of Acoma), AMERIND Risk CEO.

From training sessions on “AMERIND Loss Control” to “Cyber Liability” and “Commercial General Liability,” AMERIND Risk will cover relevant and trending topics of concern in Tribal government, business and housing. AMERIND experts educate your team on insurance procedures in "Understanding your Claims Process" and "Understanding your Managed Housing Underwriting Process," as well as tackle critical safety matters in the "Active Shooter" response session.

Teaming up with the NAIHC makes accessing critical updates and information about Tribal housing easier and fun.

Tony Walters, Executive Director of NAIHC, emphasized: “This years’ meeting is important, as our members will determine NAIHC’s priorities for the next two years as they elect a new Board of Directors Chairperson.Additionally, as Congress has increased funding for Tribal housing programs for the [first] time in nearly a decade, it’s vital that our members get exposed to new successful projects and best practices through our breakout sessions.”

AMERIND Risk | NAIHC Annual Convention & Trade Show attendees are also encouraged to participate in theNAIHC Golf Event Fundraiser at Sycuan Golf Resort in El Cajon, California, on May 29.

AMERIND Risk and NAIHC would like to thank all sponsors of the AMERIND Risk | NAIHC Convention & Tradeshow, including premiere sponsors Tribal Business Journal, Wells Fargo, BOK Financial, Fannie Mae and the Cherokee Nation, and additional sponsors: AARP, Freddie Mac, Travois and Virtus.

Please contact Nancy Harjo Serna for any questions on sponsorship or exhibitor opportunities 505) 404-5000 or or visit

About AMERIND Risk: Tribes Protecting Tribes. AMERIND Risk’s purpose is to create affordable and sustainable insurance products and services for Indian Country. AMERIND Risk was founded 31 years ago in response to the lack of services in rural Tribal communities. AMERIND Risk is the only 100% Tribally owned and operated insurance provider committed to Indian Country. AMERIND provides property, liability, and workers’ compensation insurance for Tribes, Tribal governments, Tribal businesses, as well as individual property coverage and employee benefits. AMERIND Risk is also helping Tribes obtain state of the art broadband connectivity, through its AMERIND Critical Infrastructure (ACI) division. For more information,

About the National American Indian Housing Council: The NAIHC is the only national organization representing the housing interests of Native people who reside in Indian communities, Alaska Native villages, and on Native Hawaiian homelands. The NAIHC is composed of 271 members representing 463 Tribes and housing organizations. NAIHC promotes and supports Native housing entities in its efforts to provide culturally relevant, quality, affordable housing on behalf of Native people. For more information about NAIHC, go