Cherokee Nation Businesses (CNB) attorney and TU Law alumna Tralynna Scott has been named the 2017 Native American 40 Under 40 list by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED). She is one of five Cherokee Nation citizens included in this year’s class.
The prestigious award recognizes 40 emerging American Indian leaders who are making significant contributions in business and their communities by demonstrating leadership, initiative and dedication.
Scott, who lives in Broken Arrow, has helped shape many of CNB’s corporate business practices as an attorney. “I am honored to be recognized by NCAIED and humbled to be included in this group of such accomplished young leaders. I feel rewarded every day working for my tribe, but this award is such an honor because it shows others recognize and believe in the work that I am doing,” said Scott.
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