2009.10.29 > For Immediate Release
contact: Tim Kaldahl - University Relations
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Maunka Morgan to Present Native American Studies Lecture
Omaha - Maunka Morgan will present the Alumni Lecture for the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Native American Studies program on Monday, Nov. 2. His topic will be “The Future of Self-Determined Native Nations: A Practitioner’s Perspective.” The lecture starts at 7 p.m. in Bootstrapper Hall at the UNO Alumni Center.
Morgan works for the Ho-Chunk, Inc. as the senior sales manager for the organization’s wholly owned subsidiary, HCI Distribution Tobacco. His focus has been building and growing a nation-to-nation economic business model that serves and empowers the short- and long-term interests of Native Nations.
In addition to his sales manager work, Morgan also is a UNO Native American Studies Program adjunct faculty member. He also serves as an adjunct at Little Priest Tribal College, Nebraska Indian Community College and Metropolitan Community College, located in Omaha. Morgan, a member of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, is a UNO graduate. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 2001 with a management major and a Native American Studies minor. He also has a master’s degree in business administration in health care management with a specialization in accounting. He currently is pursuing a management in organizational leadership doctoral degree.
The Native American Studies Alumni Lecture is part of the Alumni Lecture Series in the College of Arts and Sciences. For additional information, please contact Beth Ritter (402) 554-3376 or email@example.com .
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