UNITY’s eight member governing board — Council of Trustees — includes the two National UNITY Council Executive Committee Co-Presidents. All trustees are Native American, and five are UNITY alumni.
UNITY conducts a national youth leadership conference each year with the number of participants ranging from 2,000 – 2,300. The UNITY Midyear Conference is normally held each February in the Phoenix, Arizona area and attracts about 450 attendees. UNITY’s current youth projects/programs include: a variety of leadership training sessions/webinars, the Earth Ambassador program, a 25 Under 25 leadership class, the Peer Guides program, and the UNITY News communications network.
One of UNITY’s valued resources is its more than 200,000 alumni, which includes tribal leaders, medical doctors and other health professionals, educators, lawyers, and judges.
UNITY participates in the Combined Federal Campaign, and is recognized by the Oklahoma City Community Foundation – where UNITY maintains an endowment fund.
UNITY’s National office is in Mesa, Arizona.
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