Lengthy-term AIANTA worker Gail Chehak will head the brand new division which is charged with figuring out and cultivating strategic organizational partnerships
- New division was created to additional group’s objectives in figuring out and cultivating strategic partnerships
- New division can also be accountable for rising the group’s membership base
- The brand new division was established efficient January 18, 2021
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Affiliation (AIANTA) is celebrating the formation of a brand new division, the Tribal Relations & Outreach Division, which was created to additional the group’s objectives in figuring out and cultivating strategic partnerships.
The division might be headed by long-term AIANTA worker Gail Chehak, who was promoted to Tribal Relations & Outreach Supervisor after serving practically eight years as AIANTA’s Membership & Outreach Coordinator.
“Gail has achieved an impressive job of coordinating a focused outreach program to tribal nations and Native-owned companies, whereas gathering important info on tribal tourism efforts all through the nation,” stated Sherry L. Rupert, AIANTA CEO. “The intel collected has been significantly impactful through the COVID-19 pandemic, as Gail offered a direct conduit between tribes and AIANTA, reminding them that there are sources obtainable to them as they create restoration packages for his or her cultural heritage tourism programming.”
Along with figuring out and cultivating strategic partnerships, the brand new division can also be accountable for rising the group’s membership base and growing the content material of and participation in AIANTA’s client web site.
“I encourage you all to achieve out and congratulate Gail and whilst you do, you should definitely arrange a digital name together with her to maintain AIANTA apprised of your efforts in creating and rising your cultural heritage tourism programming,” stated Rupert.
The brand new division was established efficient January 18, 2021.