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Yeego Consulting

We provide technical assistance and expertise for you in strategic planning and facilitation, travel, communications and message integration, web development, and graphic design. We provide you with sound advice and today's tools to tell your story the way you want it told.


We work with individuals, families, governments, nonprofit organizations, schools, and groups of all sizes and budgets. We have the expertise, resources, and experience to make your leisure and business travel a productive and memorable experience. Start your journey with us. 

Communications & Message Integration

We can create a communications roadmap to direct your strategic goals and build support for your vision. We can facilitate message integration with social media, print, radio, television, and broadcast. Ask us about equity-focused paid media campaigns. 


Strategic Planning & Fundraising

We specialize in change management for small to medium-sized organizations. We can work with your team to create a winning case statement for fundraising and help you build allies in the private, nonprofit, and government sectors to support your cause.

Web Development & Graphic Design

We can build your website from the ground up or expand, enhance, and upgrade your current website. Our team will work with you to create a highly designed style guide, a single place to document branding, colors, accessibility, typography, and voice and tone for many audiences.

In the News

Nez Perce tribe members and NPS Rangers sit together during a commemoration of the Nez Perce Trail. (Photo/National Park Service)

AIANTA & National Park Service Partner to Highlight Tribal History and Traditions

In an effort to improve tribal input and consultation with the federal government, the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) and the National Park Service (NPS) and) have entered into a cooperative agreement to help facilitate regular, robust and meaningful dialogue between Tribes and the NPS.

The cooperative agreement was entered into on Wednesday at the 23rd Annual American Indian Tourism Conference that is in session at the We-Ko-Pa Casino Resort in Fort McDowell, Ariz.

The Grand Canyon Resort Corporation, a wholly owned enterprise of the Hualapai Tribe, operates a range of tourism and hospitality businesses, including the Grand Canyon Skywalk. (Courtesy photo)

BIA Office of Indian Economic Development awards $2.1M in tourism grants

The Office of Indian Economic Development within the Bureau of Indian Affairs has awarded $2.1 million in tourism grants to 18 tribes and two Native Hawaiian Organizations.

The grants, awarded under the BIA’s Tribal Tourism Grants Program, will primarily fund feasibility studies and business plans for a range of tourism projects, according to the OIED. Native American tribal grantees will split $1.5 million in funding, while $600,000 will go to two Native Hawaiian Organization projects. 

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Indian Affairs Announces Proposed IEED Rule to Support Entrepreneurship in Indian Country

On April 13, Indian Affairs announced that the Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development has published a proposed rule to establish the Indian Business Incubators Program under the Native American Business Incubators Program Act of 2020. The proposed rule sets out who is eligible for the program, how to apply, how the IEED will evaluate applications and make awards, and how it will administer the program.