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HLP ALUMNI ACTIVITIES

Engaging our local Hopi & Tewa leaders!

 

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WE LOVE OUR ALUMNI!

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There are currently 55 HLP alumni who have successfully completed the program. They continue to make impacts and bring their skills & knowledge to their families, villages, community, and work sites.

 
 

HLP ALUMNI COMMITTEE

Committed to Sustaining Alumni Connection and Activity in the Hopi & Tewa Community

LARSON GOLDTOOTH

Tobacco Clan - Tewa Village

LISA LOMAVAYA

Spider/Stick Clan - Tewa Village

JANALDA NASH

Flute Clan - Walpi Village

LAUREL SEKAKUKU

Sun Clan - Kykotsmovi Village

LORETTA GOLDTOOTH

Tobacco Clan - Moencopi Village

BEATRICE NORTON

Corn Clan - Oraivi Village

 

ALUMNI COMMITTEE ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

The Committee members serve in an advisory capacity by attending quarterly meetings and participating in two outreach/fundraising activities each year. The membership may be comprised of 5-10 members with a 2-year term of commitment.  
Active participation is required in supporting as a committee member through the following ways:

  • Attending committee orientation and quarterly meeting during the annual year. More than two (2) missed unexcused meetings will mean voluntary resignation from committee.

  • Provide insights/experience in culture, traditional knowledge, and use of Hopi Language.

  • Assist with two community outreach/fundraising activities a year.

  • Assist with Hopi Leadership Program related activities (i.e. cohort banquet, graduation).

  • Advocate and promote the program’s services with all partners (local, external).

  • Be a voice for the community, provide professional insight, and input about community needs that is in alignment with mission to guide work.

  • Help garner volunteers and in-kind donations throughout the year. 


 
The committee should reasonably reflect the diverse needs and interests of the community. Desired qualities of members include practicing open-mindedness, supporting the mission of The Hopi Foundation and HLP, and willingness to support in a variety of roles during the term. 

 

HOPI LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
ALUMNI

here have been approximately 58 Hopi & Tewa individuals who have successfully completed the Hopi Leadership Program. Each have completed the 15-month program that gave them the tools to succeed in their career fields and actively participate within their communities/villages.

2006-2007 HLP ALUMNI

"Ensuring Hopi cultural values intertwine in leadership in my community and at the office."

 

2012-2013 HLP ALUMNI

Demonstrating that skills and models used in the program are carried into various career fields.

 

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