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DDC Vision, Mission, & Core Values
Diné Development Corporation (DDC), is a wholly-owned entity of the Navajo Nation. DDC was established in 2004 to provide economic benefits to the Navajo Nation. DDC has established five (5) separate subsidiaries to include Dine Source, NOVA Corporation, DDC IT Services, DDC Construction Services, and BRIC.
The DDC vision is to be the best tribal corporation in the world by strengthening our ability to support the economic well-being of the Diné, while embracing our cultural roots, and building up on our capabilities for future generations, through proven partnering strategies with domestic and international organizations, ensuring we create the performance needed to be the best and most profitable tribal corporation in the world.
The DDC mission is to create a family of companies that provide sustainable profits and jobs. Our family of companies are committed to the development and sustainment of a diversified portfolio of companies focused on providing profits and jobs that result in the employment and development opportunities for our Navajo Nation Tribal Members. We are committed to creating the prosperity needed to be a strong and productive equity partner with the Diné People.
DDC core values are Heritage, Economic, Leadership, Performance, and Respect. Our values define our behaviors, which ultimately impact our ability to deliver our products and services. These core values are essential for DDC and its subsidiaries.
Diné Development Corporation (DDC), is a wholly-owned entity of the Navajo Nation. DDC was established in 2004 to provide economic benefits to the Navajo Nation. DDC has established five (5) separate subsidiaries to include NOVA Corporation, DDC IT Services, DDC Construction Services, Dine Source, and BRIC.
Scott McKee joined Dine Source in April 2017 as the Director of Operations and was appointed as President of Dine Source in November 2017. Scott is a seasoned Information Technology and Management professional with over 20 years of contracting experience in both the commercial and government sectors. He has worked for both large and small businesses including Fortune 500 companies, such as Nationwide Insurance, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Omnicare. Scott holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer and information Systems and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with a focus on Accounting and Project Management. As President of Dine Source, Scott is focused on building core capabilities and strong past performance in support of business development activities that will position Dine Source for long term growth and sustainment.
April Armijo joined Diné Source in September of 2017. She is a Diné tribal member from Dennehotso, Arizona and is also from the Pueblo of Acoma in New Mexico. April has a technology background managing various aspects of IT including Database Administration, User Support, Networking, Security, and Website Design and Development. She holds a Master’s degree in Education with an emphasis in Learning Technologies and a Bachelor’s degree in Information and Communication Technology. As a Diné Source protégé, April will be developing her skills as a business associate and future leader in the DDC family of companies.