2018 AICAE Conference Speaker Form
The American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers (AICAE) invites you to submit a session to be a presenter at our annual conference May 31 – June 1, 2018 at the beautiful River Spirit Casino, Hotel, & Conference Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Every year our conference continues to grow and improve and we welcome you to share your knowledge and experience in your profession with an appreciative Indigenous audience.
Tribal Affiliation (if any) / Heritage
Are you a AICAE member?
Primary Contact Phone
Link to Your Org's Facebook Page
Your Areas of Professional Experience / Interest
Example: Architecture, Planning, Landscape Architecture, Engineering, Interior Design, Surveying, Construction, etc.
Link to Your Own Primary Social Media Presence (LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.)
Brief Speaker Biography (200 words of less)
Upload Your Photo / Headshot (1mb limit)
Session Title (14 words or less)
Type of Session
If a Panel Presentation, who are your other panelists?
Session Description (750 words or less)
Duration of Session
Provide your estimated length of the presentation
20 minutes or less
Would you like to register your session to provide continuing education units (CEUs) to other professionals in attendance?
Will you require any equipment beyond a projector, screen, and microphone?
If yes to previous question, list all materials, supplies and special instructions required.
Provide any other website, blog, social media, and/or publication links to additional information regarding your session
Are you organizing this, or will someone be your point of contact to set things up as the conference approaches?
Yes, I am the primary point of contact and you can communicate with me.
No, I am not the primary point of contact and I need you to coordinate with someone.
If someone else is your primary point of contact, what is their information so we can coordinate with them?
Thank you for your submission! If you have any further questions, please send an email to:
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