Meet Your Training and Technical Assistance Providers
The Eastern Region Training and Technical Assistance Center, a resource of the Administration for Native Americans (ANA), serves Tribes and Tribal organizations throughout the eastern half of the continental United States. Combined, our team of staff and consultants have many years of experience working in Native communities and with ANA, enabling us to provide you the highest quality training and assistance.
Ms. Clay has been a trainer, technical assistance provider and impact evaluator for ANA since 2000. She has a diverse professional background in planning, management, education and administration. For the twenty years prior to working for Native American Management Services, Ms. Clay’s career was focused within Indian education in an Administrative role for the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
Technical Assistance Specialist
Oneida Nation of Wisconsin
Ms. Carmi has worked for the Eastern T/TA Center since 2005 where she has been an ANA grant reviewer, a trainer, and an impact evaluator. She provides project planning and development, pre-application, and post award technical assistance to tribes and organizations within the region. In addition, she has assisted in the development of training materials for ANA applicants.
Akwesasne Mohawk Nation
Ms. David began as an ANA Grant Reviewer before starting with the Eastern Region T/TA Center in 2012. As the Training Specialist, her main duties include curriculum development, conducting trainings, and providing technical assistance to Eastern Region’s applicants and grantees. Ms. David’s background includes experience working on community-based projects, research, and indigenous rights issues.
Outreach & Technical Assistance Specialist
United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma
Ms. Oosahwe is the newest addition to the Eastern Region team. As the Outreach & Technical Assistance Specialist, her responsibilities include outreach activities and providing support with technical assistance for the Eastern Region T/TA Center. Ms. Oosahwe graduated with a BS degree in Anthropology from Arizona State University. Prior to working with the Eastern Region Team, she worked with Tribal drinking water and wastewater operators and their utilities.
Ann Hull is the Administrative Coordinator for the Eastern Region Training and Technical Assistance Center. Her tasks include logistical arrangements for meetings, pre-registration, travel arrangements, and materials preparation. Ann has been with the Eastern Region TTAC since 2012.