The American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) honored REDWLLC, and one of its Principals, Bruce Bleakman, at its 6th Annual Awards Ceremony & Silent Auction Reception on April 24, 2014 in Albuquerque. REDW and Bleakman were recognized for their years of commitment to AIGC in helping students achieve their educational goals.
“REDW and its individual employees have been vital supporters of the AIGC for years, demonstrated not only by their financial donations towards scholarships but by their direct involvement on committees and in-kind donations,” said Sam Deloria, AIGC Director.
“REDW continually steps up and finds solutions to help us.”
“In fact, REDW, and Bruce Bleakman specifically, is one of the few organizations who were supporting Native American Tribes and organizations long before gaming came along and made it more of a financial incentive,” Mr. Deloria added.
“REDW has long been dedicated to helping the tribal community beyond the accounting and business services we provide, and that commitment is reflected by our individual employees and their personal involvement and passion for the community, with Bruce Bleakman serving as a shining example,” said Steve Harris, Principal of REDW and a Firm leader serving Tribes and tribal enterprises based in the Phoenix office.
“REDW fully supports the mission and goals of AIGC which is why we’ve long funded scholarships as a demonstration of our total commitment but it’s even more special knowing that our employees outside of work hours continue that passion and commitment on their own. We’re thankful to Bruce, but also that AIGC saw fit to recognize both REDW and Bruce by name for this honor.”