Nicole Lim, J.D. (Pinoleville-Pomo)

Executive Director, Community Relations

Ms. Lim has more than 14 years of experience in implementing community outreach programs in California on behalf of diverse cultures and communities. She received a B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley and a J.D. from the University of San Francisco School of Law.

A former assistant professor of ethnic studies in the Native American program at Sacramento State University, she has lectured at San Francisco State and Sonoma State universities. Ms. Lim has directed numerous private, federal and state grants including a National Fetal Alcohol Syndrome project funded by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

She also serves as a national trainer for the National Indian Justice Center, teaching diverse topics related to the administration of justice in Indian Country, including Juvenile Delinquency and Gang Violence Prevention, Native American Graves and Cultural Property Protection and Repatriation, and Federal Indian Law.

Ms. Lim is the current executive director of the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center, where her priorities include design development, capital campaign management, exhibit and curricula creation, and tribal museum strategic partnership advancement.

Client Testimonials

"NaqCom goes above and beyond to help us engage in the best outreach opportunities and continue to improve the quality of life for Native communities. We always feel that our organization is top of mind, and that NaqCom truly understands our cause." — Joseph A. Myers, Executive Director, National Indian Justice Center

"We were extremely impressed with NaqCom's knowledge, professionalism and creativity. Their tailored, comprehensive training workshop enlightened us on how to better communicate with and serve an important customer base." — Union Bank of California

"Joely's informed background, expert strategies and courteous, hard-working staff have not only brought our communication skills up to date but also opened doors to opportunities and partnerships across the board -- all while maintaining a close, trustworthy relationship and producing impressive results. I highly recommend NaqCom's services to tribes and companies seeking to build solid relationships and diversify their outreach." -- Pauma Tribal Chairman Christobal C. Devers, Sr.

Client Projects

Pauma Band of Luiseño IndiansVerizon California Native American Lifeline Service Outreach CampaignShingle Springs Band of Miwok IndiansMorongo Band of Mission IndiansUnion Bank of CaliforniaMashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation2010 California Indian Census / U.S. Census Bureau

Marketing Solutions

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When it comes to marketing solutions, “cost-effective” and “quality” seem mutually exclusive to many small to mid-sized companies. At Naqcom, we create effective, attention-getting marketing programs that generate positive results, delivered on time and on budget.

Media Advocacy

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If you are looking to advance a social, public, or corporate initiative, the strategic use of the mass media as a key resource to position your message is critical. Do you want it to rise above the mass media clutter? We thought so.

Social Media

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Regardless of what type of business you are engaged in, chances are, Social Media is affecting the way you operate. Organizations should care about Social Media because it has already affected every field or industry imaginable. Are you connected?

Outreach Programs

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We have served the needs of Native Americans and First Nations in a variety of ways. With deep knowledge of problems faced by Native organizations, we are uniquely qualified to navigate the cultural dynamic that successful outreach requires.