2022 NCNASL Annual Meeting | Nov. 29-Dec. 1
The meeting offers a forum for discussion among Native American legislators. Members and participants from the private and public sector discuss issues and strategies to address them. NCNASL also uses this opportunity to learn about policies effecting Indian country, at the state, federal and tribal level and takes action on policy.
Annual Meeting discussions and policy resolutions offer NCNASL the opportunity to increase access and economic development, and improve health and education outcomes for American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian communities on a national level.
The 2022 annual meeting will be held in at the Park MGM in Las Vegas, Nov. 29-Dec. 1. For the first time, NCNASL will hold a concurrent annual meeting with the other three national caucuses of color. Two joint events bewtween all four caucuses are planned during the annual meeting.
Meeting Registration Fees:
|Non-Profit, Government, University, Charitable Attendee
|Guest (Immediate Family or Spouse/Partner)
Two Ways To Register:
Requires a credit card for everyone except legislators and legislative staff. Confirmations will be sent by email. Please register by October 20, 2022 to gurantee negotiated group rate for hotel, see below. HOTEL BLOCK is NOW CLOSED. Registration remains open through November 28, 2022.
If you can't make the registration cut-off, onsite registration will be available in Regents Room at Park MGM beginning November 29, 2022.
Spouse/Guest Registration. The $150 guest fee includes admission to all scheduled meal functions and evening social events.REGISTER NOW
Cancellations received in the NCSL Denver office by (date), will be refunded minus a $50 processing fee. Cancellations must be made in writing and faxed to 303-364-7811. Fees cannot be refunded for registrations cancelled after the conference begins.
A room block for this meeting is being held at the Park MGM. Negotiated room rates are not avaialble after the Octobr 20 deadline. Attendees are responsible for booking their lodging on their own after the room block has closed. Please feel free to book by contacting the hotel directly for avaialbility and rates.
The negotiated group room rates can only be guranteed for the block through Oct. 20, 2022. A limited number of rooms is available between Nov. 29-Dec. 1.
Register early to gurantee your room!
Address: 3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Phone: (888) 529-4828
Negotiated Room Rates:
- Tuesday, 11/29: $94 (includes resort fee) + tax
- Wednesday, 11/30: $94 (includes resort fee) + tax
- Thursday, 12/1: $94 (includes resort fee) + tax
If additional nights are needed, please contact Martha Saenz directly.
Each attendee is responsible for making his or her hotel requests during registration. Travel arrangements are made separately on your own.
NOTE: Native Caucus members have been provided seperate travel booking information.
To ensure full participation and accessibility for all meeting attendees, please notify Martha Saenz at 303-364-7700, ext. 1377, of any special accommodations you may require.
Visit https://www.visitlasvegas.com/ for more information on things to do in Las Vegas.
NCNASL Annual Meetings are made possible through support of our generous sponsors.
NCNASL gratefully acknowledges the following for their support of the 2022 annual meeting:
- BNSF Railway
- Charter Communications
- Everytown for Gun Safety
- San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
For information and sponosrship opportunities, contact Martha Saenz. Sponsors should register using the registration link on this page.
Members continue to encourage a broad awareness of state-tribal issues across the country and raise the profile of tribal issues throughout state legislatures. The caucus has representatives from across the nation, including states with highest populations of Native Americans. This helps to address tribal issues and develop public policies in cooperation with states and tribal governments. NCNASL’s Energy, Natural Resources and Transportation, Economic Development and Telecommunications, Education and Health and Human Services policy committees will hold informative sessions during the meeting. Caucus leadership, including chairs and vice-chairs of the policy committees shape the agenda for each session. Members attend all sessions provided by the policy committees. A portion of the meeting is also dedicated to Caucus business, where the caucus addresses and take action on policy resolutions. The policy resolutions are typically in relation, but not limited to, the topics addressed during the policy committee sessions at the annual meeting.