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Vickie is a founding and managing partner with Seven Sisters Community Development Group, LLC (www.7sistersconsulting.com), a national community development consulting firm. Vickie specializes in culturally relevant approaches to organizational development. She has more than 25 years of expertise in strategic planning, board development, leadership training, team building, asset building and executive coaching to Native and rural communities. She is recognized nationally as a skilled facilitator, trainer, and speaker. Vickie is a certified executive coach, trainer and facilitator for Emergent Learning, Leadership that Works, Institute of Cultural Affairs’ ToP Strategic Planning and Workshop Methods, True Colors, Nonprofit Management, Building Native Communities: Financial Skills for Families, and the Grove Team Performance Model.
She has been recognized for her achievements like 2015 Distinguished NMHU Alumna, 2004 Women of Vision Award and numerous awards from the National Association of Social Workers, including the 2006 President’s Award and 2003 Social Worker of the Year Award.
She is a Diné Nation citizen and her clans are Black Streak of the Forest People, Mud People, One Who Walks Around People, and Folding Arm People.