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AIS Announces New Project & Program Manager

American Indian Services welcomes long-time American Indian/Alaska Native education champion Meredith Lam to the team as the new Project & Program Manager.


Meet Meredith Lam

Meredith Lam grew up in Page and Prescott, Arizona. She is a proud member of the Diné (Navajo) tribe and mother of three. She and her family have happily resided in Provo, Utah for over a decade.


Serving fourteen years within the educational realm of Utah, Meredith comes to AIS with a wealth of experience and the passion to match. She has a Bachelors degree from BYU in English and two minors in History and American Indian Studies. Meredith currently serves as the Director of American Indian/Alaska Native Education for Provo City School District. As the American Indian Education Director, she is in charge of overseeing the education and cultural preservation of over 200 American Indian/Alaska Native students in the Provo area (grades Kindergarten through 12th).


“Working with AIS will allow me to continue to serve and highlight the voices of the Native American community. I have been fortunate enough to witness the power of education throughout my life. I am passionate about helping Native students achieve their dreams. ” - Meredith Lam

Joining AIS as the Project & Program Manager she has the task of managing federal grants and overseeing the development of the new AIS Trade School Scholarship Program. Her work will be essential in creating a successful expansion of AIS student services. "We are so fortunate to have Meredith join our team. It has only been a few months and she is already opening doors and taking AIS to new heights. Keep a close watch, amazing things are coming," said Amber Irwin, AIS Marketing Director.


How You Can Help

AIS donors and supporters will play a vital role in helping AIS achieve these goals of expansion. If you would like to help, you can make a donation today or explore other ways to help.


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