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Housing is the foundation of Native American Connections and a principle method of supporting individuals in alcohol and drug recovery, family stabilization, and community wellness. NAC has developed, owns and manages 850 units of supportive and affordable housing.

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Native American Connections champions community development projects that strengthen the Native American Community and celebrates the rich cultural histories of indigenous peoples. NAC is a leader in community efforts to end homelessness. We advocate for affordable housing and easy access to whole-person healthcare.

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Nicolle S. Hood

South American Indian
General Counsel, Camelback Partners Group

Nicolle S. Hood, Secretary is the General Counsel of Camelback Partners Group, a private equity group which owns several medium sized businesses in the Southwest, including over 50 Dunkin Donut restaurants in Phoenix, Las Vegas, California and Colorado. Nicolle specializes in real estate and corporate law and provides guidance to the companies in all business matters.

Prior to joining Camelback Partners, Nicolle was an attorney at Ballard Spahr and prior to that Fennemore Craig. Nicolle graduated manga cum laude from USC and then graduated from Notre Dame Law School. Nicolle was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society in 1999.

Nicolle has served on the Board of Native American Connections since 2007. When not working, Nicolle is busy with her two children and growing vegetables and native plants in her garden.

Nicolle S. Hood