USA Today Diversity Campaign Features College Fund

Mar 30, 2017 | Blog

The American Indian College Fund joined national industry leaders to educate and empower business leaders about expanding diversity in the workforce. Native American students have unique perspectives to offer employers and their voices and perspectives helps strengthen the quality of American commerce.

The campaign was distributed through USA TODAY on March 30th, 2017 and is published online. We invite you to view and share the campaign with your friends, family, and networks. http://bit.ly/2nbqkso.

Read the Q & A with Cheryl Crazy Bull and Cid Wilson

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