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Hopi Vice Chairman - Alfred Lomahquahu Jr. poses with Hopi High School students participating in the Apprentice Program.
HTHA Executive Director - Chester Carl and Hopi Vice Chairman Lomahquahu Jr. look on as they interact with HTHA student workers.
Chairman Honanie congratulates homeowners at the June 2015 HTHA Homeowners Conveyance Ceremony.
HTHA welcomes family into their new home completed under the HIP program.
-Shongopavi Village, AZ
HTHA would like to congratulate the recipients of the Category C HIP home located in Polacca, Arizona.
Hopi Tribal Housing Authority
As I look at the growth over the short period that I been here, I am extremely proud of what we have achieved, and even more excited about our outlook for an equally promising future to help the Hopi Tribal Members. We have successfully transitioned to being more result oriented in what we do. It is satisfying to know that we are able to help our customers by building a strategic blueprint that will enable our organization to perform and operate to deliver. Most important, customer satisfaction is the hallmark by which we measure our performance, and we hold ourselves, to help our client, to the highest standards of quality.
Among our most important asset here at HTHA is the extensive knowledge base, deep-rooted professionalism and unwavering commitment of our willing to learn, diverse staff. The HTHA staff is at the core of who we are and what we do. The HTHA team is committed to delivering the highest quality product and providing true customer service.
Further, simply put, HTHA is committed to the communities in which we conduct business. We created the new 2015 Indian Housing Plan, a solid strategic blueprint to put homes in the communities that have need for homes; through partnership with local leaders. We will work hard to see these dreams for new homes and jobs become real.
As we continue to grow, each new day offers a chance for us to work together, pursue new opportunities and improve upon the past. We will work hard to establish in-depth relationships with our customers by learning their environments, challenges and goals firsthand, so that we can offer tangible solutions with a candid perspective. We continue to grow HTHA around the evolving needs of our customers, so that we can be at the forefront of change and deliver value—because value is what Hopi Nation deserves. Feel free to come by and visit.
-Hopi Tribal Housing Authority Executive Director