Nicole Schultz named 40 under 40 class
OKLAHOMA- A young Chickasaw professional is among 40 young Native American leaders from across nation honored by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development.
“These 40 individuals represent the cream of the crop in their respective industries; from health care and education to business and entertainment, we present 40 movers and shakers that make Oklahoma a more exciting place to live.” According to 40 under 40′s Oklahoma Magazine.
Nicole Schultz-Walls, of Ada, Okla., was recently named a member of the 2013 NCAIED “Native American 40 Under 40”class. She will be honored at the 38th Annual Indian Progress in Business Awards Gala in Chandler, Arizona later this month.
“I am honored to be recognized with this award,” Ms. Schultz-Walls said. “I am proud to be part of such a distinguished list of young leaders in Indian Country. I appreciate the support and recognition of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development.”
Ms. Schultz Walls was also recently named American Indian Woman of the Year by the Oklahoma Federation of Indian Women. This award is given to an outstanding American Indian woman who has devoted exceptional time and effort to the Native American community.
She is immediate past president of the Oklahoma Federation of Indian Women.