It was several years ago that I was introduced to Rick at a NNAHRA Conference. I was extremely impressed with his presentation and his knowledge in the area of Tribal Law. Shortly after the conference I had the opportunity to work directly with Rick in several areas and have continued that relationship. Rick has assisted our organization not only as legal counsel, but he has also helped us to develop policies and procedures for the organization and provided training in several areas to our staff. Rick has always been very professional and is very quick to respond to any needs that may arise. I would highly recommend Rick in all areas of his practice and encourage individuals to attend any training that he offers if they have the opportunity.
Human Resources Director, Wyandotte Nation
Rick McGee is one of the most knowledgeable individuals on human resource topics in Indian Country. I first met Rick in 2003 when he was teaching a session on Tribal Employment Law and was impressed not only with his knowledge on the subject but by his ability to connect with his audience on such a complex and confusing topic. Rick’s development and training sessions are timely, dependable and trustworthy and also cover a wide range of current affairs for the human resource professional working for a tribal entity.
Vice President of Human Resources at Valley View Casino & Hotel, Valley Center, CA and President of the National Native American Human Resources Association (NNAHRA), Washington, DC
Mr. Richard McGee has provided professional training to the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation for our tribal organization. We have utilized Mr. Ricard McGee to provide training to our Directors and Supervisors in the areas of “Employment Law and Standards for Tribal Leaders, Executives and Administrators”. He is professional and knowledgeable in Employment Law and his management and professional training techniques allow a variety of supervisory levels to be able to participate and engage in his training. We have had him conduct on site here “101 Things Managers and Supervisors Need to Know about Tribal Employment” across our organization.
Director of Human Resources, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation
Indian Country is a better place to work and serve with Mr. McGee walking the path of support in many legal areas of expertise. I have had the pleasure and privilege of knowing and working with Rick for 15 years. I have observed his talents in play as a facilitator, attorney, policy advisor, mediator and mentor to many. As past President of the Native American Human Resources Association (NNAHRA), I can expressly state that the success of the Tribal Human Resources Professional (THRP) certification program is credited to Rick due his passion for sharing his employment law knowledge with over 1000 HR Professionals serving Tribes all across Indian Country.
REDW & Past President of the National Native American Human Resources Association (NNAHRA), Washington, DC
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