NCAI Leadership

NCAI members elect the organization’s Executive Committee - the NCAI President, 1st Vice President, Recording Secretary, and Treasurer. These are elected by the entire membership. The 12 Regional Vice Presidents are elected by their respective regions. All board members serve for two-year terms. 

President, Fawn Sharp

NCAI President,
Fawn Sharp

Fawn R. Sharp serves as the 23rd President of the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), the oldest, largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native tribal government organization in the country. President Sharp was elected on October 24, 2019 at NCAI’s 76th Annual Convention & Marketplace to serve as the third woman to hold the position of NCAI President.

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Executive Committee

Members of NCAI's Executive Committee

The NCAI Executive Committee consists of the President, 1st Vice President, Recording Secretary, Treasurer, and 12 regional Vice-Presidents, in addition to 12 Alternate Regional VPs.

At the 76th Annual Convention held in Albuquerque, NM NCAI elected the members of the 2019–2021 NCAI Executive Committee.

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Past Leadership

The past and current NCAI leadership and membership represent the prominent leaders and advocates who have helped shape the past and future of Indian Country.

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