Annual National / International Native American Indian
Alcoholics Anonymous Convention
The NAI-AA Convention currently has four executive positions and numerous sub-committee volunteers to support the convention throughout the year. The executive positions include Chairperson, Vice-Chair, Treasurer, and Secretary.
The sub-committees include the following:
- Registration Chair
- Hospitality Chair
- Raffle Chair
- Speaker Chair
- Marathon Chair
- Talking Circle Chair
- PowWow Chair
- Banquet Chair
- Entertainment Chair
- Flag Ceremony Chair
- Al-Anon Chair
The convention committee may also elect or appoint co-chairs to any one of the sub-committees.
A bit more about the convention planning committee…
To all who have graciously volunteered in the past, and to our current volunteers, we want to let you know how very grateful we are for your past and current service work. We could not and cannot manage this convention without you. For those who are thinking about volunteering for a role in this year’s convention, please consider “12th stepping” with us! You will reap great rewards in your gift of 12th step service to this AA community.
The Annual NAI-AA Convention would not be possible if it were not for the support of local AA communities, including all our Native and non-Native AA members and newcomers to AA who keep coming back, and, keep this program of recovery alive and well for all of us. Thank you for your support! Please click on the Volunteer tab for available volunteer duties and sign-up info. It's unforgettable fun!
The NAI-AA Convention Planning Committee strives to keep this convention within the guidelines of Alcoholics Anonymous because of "the tremendous fact [that] every one of us … [has] discovered a common solution [to our common problem]. We have a way out [of those common problems] on which we can absolutely agree, and upon which we can join in brotherly and harmonious action."* Therefore, the intention of the committee is to stay in line with the traditions and principles of Alcoholics Anonymous.