Lani Hansen/Senior Reporter
SANTA CLARA, California– In honor of November being Native American Heritage Month theboardiQ has announced the Hall of Fame Native American/Indigenous Peoples Top 100 Leaders list.
theboardiQ is an early stage enterprise B2B SaaS startup which is headquartered in Santa Clara, CA.
According to a press release, the genesis of theboardiQ Hall of Fame began with the clear and humble intent to move the needle by raising awareness to increase representation of all slates of inclusion for board and executive roles in Corporate America.
This Hall of Fame is an effort to encourage and amplify Native Americans and Indigenous Peoples to pursue their ancestral knowledge, protect it with passion and realize that their culture is powerful beyond their wildest dreams.
The Hall of Fame spotlights board-ready and next-generation leaders, making an impact at the intersectionality of inclusion, sustainability, transformation and technology innovation.
Among the 100 leaders recognized in the Hall of Fame Muscogee (Creek) National Council’s very own Representative Will Lowe, joins a prestigious leadership class in this inaugural hall. Lowe also sits on the Board of Directors for the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development.