Breaking: Fawn Sharp elected president of National Congress of American Indians

ICT editorial team

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Fawn Sharp, Quinault Nation, has been announced as the new President of the National Congress of American Indians. She won by a landslide with 61 percent of the vote. 

Sharp is the third woman to serve as NCAI President.

See our follow-up coverage here:

'Far greater' works ahead at NCAI: NCAI leadership team: Fawn Sharp, Aaron Payment, Clinton Lageson, and Juana Majel-Dixon

The National Congress of American Indians elected its leadership for the next two years and it’s a mix of new and old voices.

Fawn Sharp, president of the Quinault Nation, was elected the organization’s 23rd president. 

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NCAI does not represent all Natives in this country. This group only allows ex politicians to be able to hold leading positions. Some are god politicians but many are not and that is why they are ex.