“Let us put our minds together and see what life we can make for our children.” --Sitting Bull
You have the power to effect change for yourself, your colleagues, your organizations, and for the students you serve or recruit. NACE’s Game Changers Series, in recognition of National Native American, American Indian, and Alaskan Native Heritage Month, shines a light on game changers who share their personal stories and serve as models for working to bring about positive change.
What can you do to bring about positive change? Join Connie Sheehan and Jack Soto, co-leads for NACE’s Tribal Colleges & Universities Affinity Group, as they detail their stories, support of the association’s mission, and thoughts on becoming game changers. The interviewees will also share their personal game-changing experiences and what those have meant for their professional and personal selves.
Connie Sheehan , Career Services, United Tribes Technical College
Jack Soto , Sr. Program Manager Career Readiness & Employment, American Indian College Fund
Kacheyta McClellan , Director of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging, NACE
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