About Veronica Tiller
A member of New Mexico’s Jicarilla Apache Nation, Dr. Veronica E. Tiller is a prominent historian, author, and speaker. She is the contemporary authority on the modern-day economic life of Native American tribes. Known as “Indian Country’s Ambassador,” she is a frequent consultant to tribes, business and government. Dr. Tiller speaks at many conferences in the U.S. and Europe, driven by her life-long passion to increase public awareness of the tribes with their growing business activity and economic progress.
CURRENT EVENTS & NEWS
Dr. Veronica Tiller, Author of Tiller’s Guide, To Be Inducted into the “Wall of Frame” at the Alvarado Transportation Center by ABQ Ride (cabq.gov/transit) on Tuesday October 24, 2017, at 11:00 a.m.
Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry will attend ceremony and LaDonna Harris, President of
Americans for Indian Opportunity (aio.org) and citizen of the Comanche Tribe of Oklahoma, will introduce Dr. Tiller.
“Our Wall of Fame honors people of achievement who have contributed positively toward making our community better,” said Mayor Berry.
Reservations required. “When I was a young girl, my maternal grandfather always began his tribal story and history with the preface, ‘according to Gaheli,’ which meant his story or recollection came from the authoritative source,” reveals Jicarilla Apache historian and author Veronica E. Tiller, PhD. Dr. Tiller is currently working on the biography of Jicarilla Apache chief James Garfield Velarde, Sr. (1853-1961), known as Gaheli by his people. In her lecture, Dr. Tiller will share insights into Jicarilla Apache history…click here