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TALK 2015: Human Rights Challenges & Solutions

Shannon Galpin



Challenges & Solutions

Join us for an inspiring conversation with keynote Shannon Galpin óglobal humanitarian, activist, author, speaker, and founder of Mountain2Mountain.

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Scott Davis
North Dakota Indian Affairs Commissioner Scott Davis

Scott J. Davis was appointed executive director of the North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission in April 2009. He serves at a cabinet level between North Dakota's state and tribal governments to address issues regarding education systems, court systems, economic development, social services, gaming, oil-energy, law enforcement, transportation, healthcare systems, veterans and youth.

Davis served in a number of capacities at United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck.He also worked for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe on environmental quality issues and as a teacher and coach.

Davis holds an A.A. degree from Haskell Indian Nations University, a B.A. degree in Business and a Masters of Management from the University of Mary, and is graduate of the Bush Foundation Native Nations Rebuilders Program and Executive Education at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He is a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and a descendent of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa.

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