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About the Event
Instructions & Materials
Instructions on how to access the virtual training and a link to electronic materials will be emailed prior to the training date.
The training will be presented via an online platform. Participants will need a computer, laptop, smart device (such as a tablet) with internet or WiFi connection or telephone. An email address will be required for each registered participant. A web camera is not required.
AAHA is hosting a three (3) day NAHASDA Intermediate online training. NAHASDA Intermediate is the next step to a more comprehensive understanding of the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA). Participants will be equipped with valuable tools and resources such as the latest regulations, program guidance, and PIH Notices to manage their programs successfully. Topics to be included, but not limited to; Overview of NAHASDA; Development and TCD; Operating Budgets; Useful Life; Leveraging and Management Capacity; and more.
Cielo Gibson has been working with 1937 Act and NAHASDA housing programs for over 20 years. Her work includes development of homeownership programs and policies for numerous tribes. As a professional trainer and administrator of NAHASDA programs, Ms. Gibson has extensive experience with Indian Housing throughout the United States and Alaska.
Questions or to Register by phone, please call Cynthia Gurisko at (907)330-8397 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org