and Public Speaking
E. Warne, M.S.
Human Resource Development Specialist, Program Coordinator,
Consultant, Public/motivational speaker.
“ I have been fortunate to present at various
national conferences, summits, workshops, retreats, awards
shows, ceremonies, and personal appearances throughout Indian
Country, the nation, and internationally. I can cover a wide
variety of topics through various life and professional experience
speaking topics and/or services:
Cross cultural issues in education, organizations, and society.
Managing a Diverse Organization.
Motivational presentations for: Native Youth and Tribal organizations.
Master of Ceremony for: Awards Shows, Banquets, and Conferences.
Native American Worldview in Contemporary Society.
Power of the Mind/Body/Soul/Heart; achieve success through
Team Building Strategies for Organizational Development.
Other specialized presentations developed as needed.
“Team based athletics provides an avenue for individuals
to participate in team building activities and develops personal
commitment and work ethic essential to success. Many corporations,
institutions, and organizations could benefit from team building
philosophy. The individual focus in today’s society
has made it difficult for team/group strategies for success.”
1999 Post-Graduate Certificate in Post Employment Training
- Rehabilitation Administration; San Diego State University
(SDSU), San Diego, CA. (21 Ph.D. level units).
1993 M.S. Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling/ Administration,
Rehabilitation, and Post Secondary Education Department, San
Diego State University (SDSU), San Diego, CA.
1987 B.S. Degree in Physical Ed/Exercise Physiology, Arizona
State University, Tempe, AZ.
2000 - Present Program Coordinator,
Post Employment Training - American Indian
Rehabilitation (PET-AIR); Certificate Program, San Diego State
1998 - 2000 Contracted Coordinator,
Navajo Nation-Disability Needs Assessment Project.
Subcontract with San Diego State University Foundation (SDSUF).
1997 - 2000 Program Coordinator,
American Indian Rehabilitation Research and Training
Center, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ. (.48 FTE).
1996 - 1997 Vice President, Consortia
of Administrators for Native American Rehabilitation (CANAR),
University Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.
1995 - 1998 Contracted Trainer,
Dine` Project, Western Washington University (WWU),
Seattle, WA. (Subcontract with San Diego State University
1995 - 1997 Co-Director/Fiscal Manager,
Sycuan Inter-Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation
(SITVR) Program, El Cajon, CA.
1994 - 1996 Student Mentor, Native
American Specialty Project, SDSU, San Diego, CA.
1993 - Present Human Resource Development Specialist,
SDSU/Interwork Institute/Rehabilitation Continuing Education Program
- Region IX (RCEP IX), San Diego, CA.
1993 - 1997 Co-Chair/member, San
Diego East County Native American Education Council
(ECNAEC), San Diego, CA.
1993 - 1994 Board Member, American
Indian Health Council (AIHC), San Diego, CA.
1992 ? 1993 Graduate Assistant,
San Diego State University Foundation, San Diego, CA.
US Department of Education Grant development and administration.
Rehabilitation program development and management. Community
development strategies and training. Leadership skills and
diverse workforce management. Consultant/Trainer/Educator.
Cross-cultural communications, motivation and educational
enhancement of Native American youth; program implementation,
grant writing, and education, leadership and rehabilitation
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