February 14, 2012

Litefoot apponted NCAIED president

Gary ‘Litefoot’ Davis Appointed NCAIED Interim President, CEOGary “Litefoot” Davis succeeded Eric Trevan, former president and chief executive officer of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED), as the interim president and CEO of the NCAIED on January 30, 2012, the nonprofit announced in a press release on February 14.

Davis has previously hosted the NCAIED Reservation Economic Summit (RES) and served on the NCAIED board of directors. The Cherokee rap artist and actor Litefoot recently released the album “Relentless Pursuit” featuring hit songs such as “I Am It,” “Different People,” “I’m So Fresh,” “My Chick” and “The Chief.”
Comment:  For more on Litefoot, see Litefoot's Reach the Rez Tour and Litefoot's Message of Faith.

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Gary ‘Litefoot’ Davis appointed NCAIED President/CEO

The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) is pleased to announce the appointment of Gary ‘Litefoot’ Davis as the official President and Chief Executive Officer of the organization.

“We are living in a new economy where business changes rapidly. An organization’s success in adapting to that change and implementing new ideas depends upon the strength of its leadership,” said Margo Gray Proctor, NCAIED Chairwoman. “Mr. Davis is a strong and dynamic leader who possesses the skills and experience to advance the goals and vision of the NCAIED in an ever-changing business environment. As a previous member of the NCAIED Board of Directors and as the interim CEO, Mr. Davis has already added tremendous value to our organization and we are confident that he will take us to the next level of growth for the betterment of Indian Country.”