Hello, I am also known as Niladvyi Hawini Tisqualvda, (Runnincreek). I am from the Cherokee Nation and follows my Cherokee traditions. I have lectured to groups both national and international on Cherokee history and the role of Cherokee women in their tribe. I am very committed to teaching that one can retain their heritage and still be successful in the everyday world. It is a belief of mine that even though it is a delicate balance, one can achieve success and I am committed to educating the communities about the Indigenous culture and helping the youth of today reach their dreams and goals.
I usually spend most of my time as a Private Public Relations Consultant for Non Profits, Entertainers and Inter-Tribal Relations and as a Master Life Coach. My expertise areas include Networking, Branding and Image Consulting, Employment Specialist, Coaching at Risk Youth, Fundraising, and Event Planning and Not for Profit Development. I have also been a founding member of two nonprofits serving youth and inter-tribal relations. You can usually find me spending some time being involved with many community projects and serving on Not for Profit Boards statewide. I have created and chairs the Carmelfest has Talent in the state of Indiana along with other events within the community. It has given me great pleasure to be able and serve on advisory committees for local magazines, and businesses along with acting in local Native American plays. Recently I chaired the entertainment for Carmel International Arts Festival in Carmel, Indiana. At the present time I have been the owner many types of businesses and currently is the CEO of Diverse Consulting Institute, Diverse Coaching Institute, CEO of Runnincreek Native Threads,
Name: Daris Reno ( Runnincreek)
Lives in: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Occupation: Actor, Agent, Director of Marketing & Distribution, Press Agent and Other