Our Staff

First Nations Development Institute Staff

Our 21-member staff at First Nations Development Institute is committed to strengthening Native American economies. We believe that when armed with the appropriate resources, Native peoples hold the capacity and ingenuity to ensure the sustainable, economic, spiritual and cultural well-being of their communities.

Executive Staff


President
(Tlingit)

Vice President - Programs & Administration
(Navajo)

Vice President - Grantmaking, Development & Communications
(Navajo)

Senior Communications Officer


Development Officer


Communications Officer
(Zuni/Cochiti)


Senior Program Officer
(Navajo)


Development Associate
(Northern Cheyenne/Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa)


Finance Assistant


Senior Director of Research, Policy and Asset-Building Programs


Associate Director of Development & Senior Program Officer
(Hopi)


Program Assistant


Executive Assistant


Senior Research Officer


Finance Officer


Grants and Program Assistant


Project Coordinator
(Chippewa Cree)


Associate Director of Research and Policy, Native Agriculture
(Cochiti/Kiowa)


Grants and Program Officer
(Ho-Chunk)


Program Officer
(Sicangu Lakota)


Program Officer
(Blackfeet)


THE WHITE HOUSE

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 25, 2014

White House and USDA to Honor Champions of Change for Agriculture

Native Arts Capacity Building Initiative

The goal of the Native Arts Capacity Building Initiative (NACBI) is to increase the organizational, managerial and programmatic capacity of Native-controlled nonprofit organizations and tribal government programs supporting the field of Native arts and artists

Advancing Positive Paths for Native American Boys & Young Men

The “Advancing Positive Paths for Native American Boys and Young Men” program is aimed at improving education and employment outcomes for middle school and high school Native boys and young men.

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