Poston & Associates, LLC were absolutely instrumental with our fundraising event. From initial planning through final close, Stephine and her team proved their expertise when working with our Acoma Board of Education team to deliver a first-rate event many guests were raving about. In addition to reaching our fundraising goal, event attendees enjoyed the evening in support of a great cause. Thanks again Stephine!
Stephine Poston worked with the Pueblo of Tesuque to develop and implement a public relations and marketing strategy to protect highly culturally sensitive areas within the City of Santa Fe. Her experience working with tribal communities and other governmental entities played a significant role in ensuring the Pueblo's interests were well represented and protected. These efforts have improved relations with our neighbor, Santa Fe, that we can build on for the betterment and future of all who reside in the area.
I had the utmost privilege to work with Stephine Poston of Poston & Associates. I feel honored to work with her top-notch team because of their commitment to supporting the great work we do as well.
Stephine worked for the Pueblo of Sandia for a number of years as a tribal planner, director of health, safety and education, and public relations. I was the Lt. Governor for many of the years that she worked for Sandia. I was able to see first hand her commitment and expertise to developing projects, programs and facilities that were innovative and sustainable for our community.
Stephine was key to the success of our voter empowerment project at Santa Clara Pueblo because of her dedication and creativity. She was absolutely the right choice to help the Pueblo express its collective voice in the electoral process. Thank you!
I have known Stephine Poston, President of Poston and Associates, LLC (P&A), for almost 20 years. Her work for her tribal community, Sandia Pueblo, in the areas of health, safety, education, protection of sacred sites and public relations is known to well regarded among tribal leaders in New Mexico. Additionally, her work with National Congress of American Indians, National Indian Gaming and National Indian Education Association has given her extensive, first-hand knowledge in working with tribes throughout the county.
She has done voter empowerment, economic development and health related projects for the All Indian Pueblo Council, which represents all 19 Pueblos in New Mexico and the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos, Inc. that represents the northern Pueblos of New Mexico. She Ms. Poston successfully facilitated strategic sessions for the San Ildefonso Pueblo tribal council and worked did on outreach to educate and inform our community and stakeholders about the Aadmodt Settlement.
As a Pueblo person, Ms. Poston brings a unique insight in working with Pueblo communities. Her work is outstanding, thorough and relevant. I would recommend her for future projects, especially those dealing with sensitive issues on tribal lands.
Poston and Associates seamlessly blended with our team to create a powerhouse in Native American-specific communication solutions. Their team is flexible, professional, creative and solutions-driven in the creation of high impact campaigns that effectively reach the American Indian audience.
- Acoma Board of Education
- American Indian Graduate Center
- Americans for Indian Opportunity
- American Indian Law Center
- AMERIND Risk Management
- National Indian Gaming Association
- National Congress of American Indians
- Native American Rights Fund
- Notah Begay III Foundation
- Pueblo of Santa Clara
- Southwest Tribal Housing Alliance
- New Mexico Dental Association
- Valliant Consulting (Navajo Nation)
- Federal Drug Administration
- Federal Communications Commission
- New Mexico Indian Affairs Department
- Keres Consulting
- Sacred Power
- Native American Professional Parent Resources (NAPPR)
- Education of Indian Children with Special Needs (EPICS)
- University of New Mexico
- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
- New Mexico Department of Health
- Indian Health Service
- National Center for American Indian Economic Development (NCAIED)
- National Tribal Environmental Council
- Pueblo of Tesuque
- Pueblo of San Ildelfonso
- Town of Bernalillo
- Trust for Public Land
- Santa Fe Indian School
- Dyron Murphy Architects
- Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board
- Pacific Institute for Research & Evaluation