The White House announced details on the 2023 White House Tribal Nations Summit (WHTNS). The Summit is scheduled to take place December 6 — 7, 2023, in Washington, D.C.
Registration for the Summit must be completed by Monday, November 27, 2023, at 5 PM ET. The link to register can be found here. Only one Tribal leader per Tribe can be accommodated for the Summit, due to capacity. Tribal leaders who cannot attend but would like to designate another governmental representative of the Tribe, may do so by emailing TNS@who.eop.gov
Why it matters:
The WHTNS is an opportunity for Tribal leaders to directly connect with senior officials in the Biden-Harris Administration and advocate for Tribal issues and priorities. Additionally, new information relating to consultation, actions, and updates is set to be announced at the WHTNS.
How the National Indian Health Board is engaged:
The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) provides technical assistance to Tribal leaders on health policy issues. If you have any questions, contact NIHB Federal Relations Director, A.C. Locklear, at email@example.com.