Raleigh, NC Dec 2, 2021 When: Friday, December 3, 2021 10 am - 2 pm Where: Campbell University Oscar N. Harris Student Center, 2nd floor ballroom 143 Main Street, Buies Creek, NC 27506 Agenda: Welcome and Introductions Dr. Alfred Bryant, Dean, Campbell Greetings from Campbell University Dr. Bradley Creed, President, Campbell Campbell & NC American Indian Collaboration Dr. John Roberson, Exec Vice President, Campbell NC Housing Finance Agency Funding Brief Claudia Young, Homeowner Assistance Fund Will Parry-Hill, Govt & Industry Relations Bettie Teasley, Policy & Research Remarks Pamela B. Cashwell, Secretary, NCDOA Executive Director Report Greg Richardson, Comm. of Indian Affairs COVID-19 Pandemic Impact Report Emily McDonald, Intern, UNC-CH Commission's 50th Anniversary Ricky Burnett, Commission Chairman Commission Committee Reports: Adhoc Goals Wanda Burns-Ramsey, Chair Adhoc Land Trust Furnie Lambert, Chair Veteran Awards for 2022 Unity Conf Furnie Lambert, Chair Cultural Resources Danny Bell, Chair Employment & Training WD Baucom, Chair Environmental Justice Appointment Pending Health Committee Connie Mitchell, Chair Indian Child Welfare Appointment Pending Indian Education Dorothy Yates, Chair Indian Housing Elton Ray Jacobs, Chair 2022 Indian Legislative Agenda Tony Hayes, Chair Recognition Larece Hunt, Chair Other Business: Flower Fund Report Wanda Burns-Ramsey, Secretary/Treasurer Items from Commission Members Adjournment ### About NCDOA and the NC Commission of Indian Affairs The N.C. Department of Administration acts as the business manager for North Carolina state government. Under the leadership of Secretary Pamela B. Cashwell, the department oversees government operations and advocacy programs. The department's advocacy programs help to promote and assist diverse segments of the state's population that have been traditionally underserved. The NC Commission of Indian Affairs advocates for the rights of American Indian residents in North Carolina. It provides programs and services to American Indian communities across the state, including education and resources to aid in social and economic development. The Commission also works to promote unity among American Indian and non-Indian communities.