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The ATT’s Sport Network coverage of the Iroquois Nationals concludes with Part 3: 2014 World Lacrosse Championships held in Denver, Colorado. View the Iroquois Nationals Field Lacrosse team enjoy a history making medal delight. Niawenha to Brad Hennegan and the ATT U-Verse network for the 2014 WLC three part episodes on the Iroquois Nationals – “everyone’s lacrosse team.” Done:toh.
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The Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse is asking perspective candidates for referee and assessor officiates for the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Indoor Lacrosse Championships (WILC) 2015 held on Haudenosaunee homelands at Onondaga Nation and Buffalo, NY on September 18-26, 2015.

This call for officials is a component of the Iroquois Nationals Officials initiative to promote, train, and certify referees, assessors, and technicians for domestic and internationals programs for the Men’s, U-19, and youth programs.

Miller has a history of building winning programs, especially at the professional level. As the Assistant General Manager of the Rochester Knighthawks, he is one of the franchise’s architects in building the current three-time National Lacrosse League Champions. Miller has enjoyed similar success in his role as the president of the Six Nations Arrows. During his six-year tenure, the Arrows have won a Minto Cup (2014) and have advanced to the Ontario Finals four times.

“It’s a great honor to represent the Iroquois Nationals program in this historic event, especially being hosted in our traditional territories. The program has seen growth and success at the world stage. We now want to take that last step and win Gold. That is the only objective,” said Miller. “To do that, I am entrusted to put the best staff and team together to accomplish our goal. We will create a team first philosophy from the top down, a culture that is based on a work ethic over talent. We will put the best team together and not the best individuals. I look forward to the challenge.”
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The Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Board of Directors is accepting applications to fill the position of Executive Director. The Executive Director reports directly to the Iroquois Nationals Board of Directors concerning overall strategic and operational responsibility for the staff, programs, finances, growth and the execution of the organization’s goals and mission. The term of the Executive Director is a voluntary two year position.

Individuals interested in the Iroquois Nationals Executive Director position must submit a letter of intent and a resume. The one page letter of intent should briefly address two points;
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Press Release: IROQUOIS NATIONALS
Contact: Vince Schiffert, Board of Directors, vschiffert@nwcsd.org
Date: Monday, December 22, 2014

Denise WatermanHaudenosaunee – Iroquois Nationals Executive Director, Ms. Denise Tsadeyohdi Waterman today announce she will complete her 2 term position at the end of the year.

“Denise Waterman has been a remarkable leader for the Iroquois Nationals”, stated Vince Schiffert, Board of Directors. Denise will continue her service as a member of the Board of Directors for the Iroquois Nationals. A position she has carried as a founding member since 1983 as she continues her primary work as an Iroquois Nationals delegate and representative to the Federation of International Lacrosse, FIL.

As Executive Director, Denise has created a new era of awakening to greater organizational possibilities and accomplishments. Her leadership and devotion to the founding principles assures a common spirit and identity within the international lacrosse community, has been a benefit to all. In 2010, Denise was part of the collective force that reaffirmed the fundamental concepts of nationhood and sovereignty during the 2010 passport travel document challenge, revealed a true commitment to Haudenosaunee principles.
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