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International Speaker - USA

Vinton Hawley

NIHB Chairman and Phoenix Area Representative
Chairman, Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe

Mr. Vinton Hawley is an enrolled member of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe and is also of Hopi and Tewa descent. Mr. Hawley was seated as the Tribal Chairman of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe in 2015. Mr. Hawley is also the current President of the Inter-Tribal Council of Nevada which requires his involvement with the governing board comprised of the 26 Tribal Chairman representing the indigenous Tribes of Nevada and the Vice Chairman of the National Indian Health Board. He graduated from the Pyramid Lake High School in 1996 as the valedictorian. In his career, he has primarily worked with Tribal youth and elders. He is one of the youngest speakers of the Numu (Paiute) language and before being seated as the Tribal Chairman, he strived to preserve cultural values and preserve the arts and ways of life of his people. As the Tribal Chairman, he continues to promote cultural preservation. This responsibility also carries with it his commitment to the health and welfare of his people.  It is with this intent that he is committed to quality health care for all Native people and is honored to be a part of the National Indian Health Board.

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