Chief Executive Officer
Chickasaw Nation Industries
David Nimmo, CEO of Chickasaw Nation Industries, delivered the Keynote address wherein he stated that he sees International Indigenous trade as a means of lifting all tribal nations toward greater economic prosperity.
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Chickasaw Nation Industries, Inc. (CNI) is a federally chartered corporation wholly owned by the Chickasaw Nation. Headquartered in Norman, Oklahoma, CNI serves as a holding company with multiple subsidiaries that operate as Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) engaged in several lines of business for both the federal government and commercial enterprises. CNI’s Division of Civilian Services and Defense Division both serve the federal government, and their Filtration, Network Services, and Research, Development, Test and Evaluation lines of business serve commercial enterprises.
CNI is structured in a manner that promotes reach-back to a corporate shared services model which provides their customers the standardization, consistency, and quality control of a large business while maintaining the agility,flexibility, and readiness advantages of a small business. Including the holding company, CNI currently has 27 companies and six joint ventures with other companies.
With approximately 1,800 employees and operations in over 40 states, as well as 5+ OCONUS locations scattered throughout the Caribbean, European, African, and Pacific regions, CNI supports a diverse culture that offers innovative approaches and customer-centered proven solutions. When you perform business with CNI, you gain efficient and cost-effective solutions that help safeguard the environment, protect and secure key assets, and connect resources to needs.
CNI is proud to support the economic development of the Chickasaw Nation and to contribute to the tribal mission of enhancing the overall quality of life of the Chickasaw people. A portion of CNI’s profits is used to support Chickasaw citizens through a multitude of programs and services such as education, health care, nutrition services, housing programs, legal services, elder and child care and community support programs. Successful economic development is an integral part of the Chickasaw Nation’s operations.
For more information on CNI, please visit www.chickasaw.com or contact Jonna Kirschner, Senior Vice President Economic Development, at (405) 253-8409.