New Kerretv Webinar Branding & Logo Press Release
Hollywood, FL – January 10, 2020 – The Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Native Learning Center, the leading provider of free training and technical assistance to Native Americans and those working within Indian Country, announced today that the former Kerretv Online logo has been replaced with the launch of its new brand identity and redesigned logo to Kerretv Webinars. These changes come at a time when the program is evolving its service offerings and expanding its reach in Indian Country.
“Over the last few years, Native Learning Center has successfully diversified and scaled its service offerings while at the same time broadening our own digital footprint across Indian Country,” said Georgette Palmer Smith (Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma / Choctaw), Executive Director of the Native Learning Center. “Our new webinar brand identity better reflects not only our leading position in providing free training and technical assistance to Tribes and TDHEs but our connection to what it means to be Native American.”Designed to work effortlessly across digital and physical channels, the new logo evokes a feeling of inspiration and linking to Native people as a whole. The patchwork design and medicine colors signify our connection to our history, movement, positivity, steadiness—and velocity to impact the future.
This new webinar brand identity, in addition to the recently updated and easy-to-navigate Native Learning Center website, showcases and celebrates the visual design inspirational from around all of Indian Country. “While our name has slightly changed, this new brand identity and logo has significantly a better representation of who the Native Learning Center is as a whole and Kerretv Webinars specifically,” commented Kyle Doney (Seminole Tribe of Florida / Gros Ventre), Deputy Executive Director of the Native Learning Center. “Our new identity is modern, professional and innovative —but still retains our heritage and our connection to our history.”
About the Native Learning Center:
The Native Learning Center (NLC) offers free Training and Technical Assistance to Native Americans and those working within Indian Country. Our training promotes the essentials of The Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA) for Tribal members and their communities. The NLC is a model activity program of the Seminole Tribe of Florida (STOF) Housing Department, and was established in cooperation with the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Eastern Woodlands Office of Native American Programs (EWONAP) in 2008. The Native Learning Center develops curriculum that achieves the primary objectives of NAHASDA supports the EWONAP’s mission of promoting the development of Native housing and housing related activities. The NLC’s housing related training opportunities and resources support the critical growth and improvement of quality of life for Tribal communities while providing participants with best practices that can be shared with their communities.
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Louis Porter Jr