Established in 2013 as a non-profit organization under the laws of the Navajo Nation, the Dineh Chamber of Commerce represents the interest of its members who own and operate on or near the Navajo Nation.

 

Our Mission

is to advocate for and assist Navajo-owned businesses and organizations by collaborating and partnering with businesses, organizations, and government that promote economic development and diversity in commerce on the Navajo Nation creating opportunity, success and to sustain ííná (life), sih’haasin (self-sufficiency) and ke’ (family).

The Dineh Chamber of Commerce includes members from business diverse organizations, tribal entities, governments and individuals interested in entrepreneurship and small business success and development.

Our work enables growth in the private sector economy on the Navajo Nation, providing much-needed jobs for our people as well as goods and services for the larger community. We build the community that helps inform and create the policies, laws, regulations and opportunities that enable a successful business climate on the Navajo Nation.

Our goals include lobbying for legislative changes that establish realistic financial programs and enforcement of the Navajo Business Opportunity Act, lobbying the Navajo Nation Council for financial institutions that provide loans and other financial services to Navajo businesses, promoting goods and services provided by Navajo-owned businesses on the Navajo Nation, and to work with pro-business institutions to provide training and support for the Dineh Chamber of Commerce members. 

 


“...to grow a healthy economy. it needs participation by entrepreneurs and small business ...”
— Al Henderson, DCC Secretary/Treasurer

What We've Achieved

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