The Native American Human Resources Association (NAHRA) is a non-profit organization established for the purpose of developing a Human Resources Network whereby members can communicate and share information relative to respective Human Resources Department’s needs and employment practices. The Association collectively addresses various tribes and other entities to enhance professional development for each member. The NAHRA concept began in July of 2000 and was formally established through the passage of NAHRA By-laws in November of 2000.

Tribes who were initially involved in the establishment of and current participation in the NAHRA include the San Felipe, Acoma, Jemez, Five Sandoval, Santa Ana, Santa Clara, Sandia, Cochiti, Santo Domingo, Zuni and Pojoaque Pueblos, Jicarilla Apache, Hopi and Navajo Tribes.

 

2016-2018 Board Members

President:                 Jaye Chissoe  Admin Service Director, Pueblo of Laguna

Vice President:      Michelle Garcia HR Director, IPCC/IPMI

Treasurer:                Lynnette Toya Senior HR Generalist, AMERIND

Secretary:               Chantell Tenorio  HR Assistant, KEWA Health Center