​​Speakers Bureau

Listening to the Voices of Children, Families, and Tribal Communities​

National Children’s Alliance | www.nca-online.org
National Indian Child Welfare Association | www.nicwa.org
National Children’s Advocacy Center | www.nationalcac.org
Tribal Law and Policy Institute | www.tribal-institute.org
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children | www.ncmec.org
National Organization for Victim Assistance | www.trynova.org
Child Welfare League Of America | www.cwla.org
Child Welfare Information Gateway | www.childwelfare.gov
Office for Victims of Crime | www.ovc.gov 
American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children | www.apsac.org
Indian Health Service | www.ihs.gov 
Boy Scouts of America | www.scouting.org 
Boys & Girls Clubs of America | www.bcga.org 
International Association of Forensic Nurses | www.forensicnurses.org 
Bureau of Indian Affairs |www.bia.gov 
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention | www.ojjdp.gov 

Website Resources 

The NACA Speakers Bureau was formed to bring more awareness to child maltreatment in Indian Country. We are pleased to offer a list of outstanding speakers who are experts in their field of practice in protecting children. NACA experts are available for a variety of presentation venues including national and regional conferences, association meetings and other functions. We are here to help you have the most successful event or conference. Informative and dynamic speakers are ready to talk with you about important child abuse issues that face our Native American communities. It is NACA’s goal to eliminate child physical and sexual abuse in tribal communities by raising awareness and educating adults who are responsible for protecting Native children.

We work with event organizers to find a price that fairly compensates the speaker and yet works within your budget. Call us to discuss your training needs and budget. Our staff will assist you to find the best qualified speaker for your event.