The Native American Housing and Self Determination Act (NAHASDA) of 1996 simplified and reorganized housing assistance to Native American tribes to improve housing through federal grant & support programs. These programmatic activities were designed to improve the housing standards and move Native Americans to self-sufficiency. The programs prior to and after the enactment of NAHASDA led to a funding designs under its statutes and regulations that allowed tribes to draw program income or subsequent non-program income from their individual housing activities. This course will provide an understanding of program vs non-program income, including the following:
- What is considered program income?
- What are the permissible uses of program income under Section 202 of NAHASDA?
- Questions & Answers on the Accounting of Program Income
- 1937 Ad Low Rent Income/Non-Program Income
Brandi Liberty, Brandi Liberty
Brandi Liberty is the owner of Morning Star Consulting and provides grant writing and training consulting services for Tribes, Tribal businesses, and non-profit organizations. She has almost 10 years of experience in working in Indian Country. Her specialties include: Human Resources, Grant Writing, Grants Management, Tribal Housing Technical Assistance, Tribal Government Technical Assistance, Tribal Economic Development Planning, Low-Income Tax Credit Housing, Asset Management, Indian Housing, Policy Development, Compliance, and Training. Brandi graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a BA in History. She holds a MA from the Center of Indigenous Nations Studies at the University of Kansas, where her focus was in Tribal Human Resources. Brandi is an enrolled member of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska and a descendant of the United Houma Nation in Southern Louisiana.
- Offered: online
- Start: August 15, 2019 -
- End: August 15, 2019 -