Category Archives: Profiles

Special Tribute – What You Didn’t Know About Native American Code Talkers

Even Hitler feared their skill – how Native American’s used their own language to save lives in WWI and WWII Every Memorial Day, I have the privilege of writing for Raving Consulting and going off our gaming topic and honoring … Continue reading

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Remembering Our Fallen

I’ll never forget your smile: How we can honor the fallen and have compassion for our returning veterans this Memorial Day. It’s 1983, and a group of us teenagers are piled into the back of a small pickup truck. It’s … Continue reading

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Memorial Day – Our lack of connection with the people who serve

“For all of you, I ask that the next time you see a service member or veteran, thank them. Know that they stand tall for you. Know that they are the face of America in many regions, and it’s a … Continue reading

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Being a superwoman when your culture is in conflict

Balancing Act – The Multiple Roles of Indian Women Executives Originally published by Indian Country Today Magazine In my career at Raving since 2001, I have had the privilege to interact with Native American men and women, as our clients … Continue reading

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View from the back of a station wagon

They pulled into town in an early 70’s Gran Torino station wagon. Their accommodations: a former service station. Brian Mills, his four brothers and his parents had been making their way across the United States. Picking cotton; actually picking anything … Continue reading

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