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American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma

The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma (AICCO) is a non-profit 501 (c)(6) Corporation. Membership is open to both American Indian businesses and individuals.

American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma
Primary Location
PO Box 141424
Broken Arrow, OK 74014
Fax: 918.872.6382
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Physical Address
5411 S 125th E Ave
Bldg C Suite 302
Tulsa, OK 74146
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Leadership Native Oklahoma

Class of 2017

2017 class is now full.  Classes run from March to October 2017.  

MISSION STATEMENT  - Leadership Native Oklahoma (LNO) is committed to improving Oklahoma’s future for our communities, native and non-native alike, by encouraging, installing, and facilitating a support network of dynamic leaders with a tribal perspective in mind.  Stimulating the need for increased awareness and commitment to all areas of tribal involvement, native and non-native Oklahomans will work to shape Oklahoma's future for all citizens.


Leadership Native Oklahoma (LNO) is a state wide organization encompassing Native American Citizens from every region of the state ensuring a diverse group of leaders.  LNO is a unique opportunity to foster cohesiveness from a group of tribal leaders and future tribal leaders from different backgrounds.  The hours spent together will create a bond like no other organization across the state.  Based on respect and interaction, to identify, evaluate and implement projects that are of value to Native American businesses in Oklahoma.   This organization will be a division of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma and its programs.

 Program Objectives:

  • Explore some of the most powerful forces and trends shaping Native American businesses, tribes and global businesses in the 21st century
  • Offers interactive learning opportunities, one-of-a-kind experiences, and high-level introductions to outstanding community and tribal leaders
  • Optimizes opportunities to engage with leading innovators and directors of tribal and state government
  • Provides in-depth discussions of leadership theory, competencies and best practices led by tribal leaders and leadership experts
  • Creates a supportive environment to dialogue among leaders who gladly share what they know and value as well as what the need to know and understand
  • Brings together established leaders of diverse backgrounds and professions to form better understanding and forge long-lasting relationships and collaborative opportunities

 Participant Return On the Investment:

  • Enhances their knowledge far outside their areas of expertise with broader, more statewide and global connections
  • Prepares them more fully for more advanced leadership in the ever-changing marketplace and increasingly diverse society
  • Establishes strategic relationships and opportunities to share information with leaders from a broad spectrum of disciplines and interests
  • Refreshes their leadership skills portfolio

 The Investment:

  • Tuition $250, including all programming, materials, meals and activities
  • Seven (7) monthly sessions including a team building two-day workshop and a two day Indianpreneurship workshop
  • Participant responsible for travel to/from session cities

Please send applications to: American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma

P.O. Box 141424, Broken Arrow, OK  74014 or email to

Telephone:  918.506.8006   Fax:  918.779.6160

LNO March 2017 - Durant