Indian Arts and Crafts Association
4010 Carlisle Blvd. NE, Suite C
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Promote, Preserve and Protect
Authentic American Indian Art
Don Dionne and his wife, Jodi, are the owners of Silver Across
Borders, a reseller of Native American contemporary and antique
jewelry, on and off of the internet since 2002. He has a passion for
Native American arts and history, with a particular interest in Hopi
and Zuñi culture. They have been Wholesale/Retail Members of the
IACA since 2007.
Don worked as a teacher (mostly History and Science) for sixteen
years in, and around, Los Angeles, CA. He has served as a board
member for non-profit organizations in various capacities over a
period of 10 years and as a docent for the Wheelwright Museum in
Santa Fe, NM. He earned a Masters in Educational Administration
from CSU, San Bernardino, and Bachelor of Arts in Political Sci-
ence from CSU, Northridge. Don and Jodi live in Santa Fe.
MEET YOUR NEW IACA BOARD MEMBERS!
Silver Across Borders
Indigenous Arts, LLC
Suzie McKay hales
from Gales Ferry, CT and growing up in the
50s, she vowed she would live in the Southwest some day. She is
very proud that she has transitioned from Navy brat to desert rat and
now makes her home in Nevada with her husband, Fred.
Prior to retirement, Suzie was a litigation and corporate paralegal.
She has always been active in civic and charitable causes, and also
serves on the Board of Directors of a Tucson charity that provides
higher education for Native Americans. In 2010, Suzie and her hus-
band opened Indigenous Arts, LLC, one of the first strictly online
retail members of IACA.
Suzie says, “When I volunteered at the IACA information booth at
the Santa Fe Indian Market, I found I really enjoyed it and wanted to
be more deeply involved. I am a hardworking team member who
believes in diversity and knows that everyone's voice is important.