The NAFOA Leadership Awards honor the accomplishments of a tribal leader, tribal executive, and financial deals advancing tribal economies. The 15th Annual Leadership awards were presented at the 40th Annual NAFOA Conference in Seattle, Washington.
In the latest 5 Things You Need to Know this Week, learn about the Treasury Advisory Committee on Racial Equity (TACRE), webinars and workshops for Native entrepreneurs, career opportunities at the San Francisco Federal Reserve, and ways to prevent fraud for tribes:
Earlier this week, the White House released the President’s proposed budget for the Fiscal Year 2023 to start October 1st. Included in the budget request is $4.5 billion for Department of the Interior tribal programs, more than $1 billion above the 2021 enacted level.
In this webinar, representatives from the CFPB’s Office for Older Americans highlight actions community stakeholders can take to help older adults protect their financial independence. The CFPB Office for Older Americans also explained how to obtain and use free consumers resources to help financial caregivers (people who manage money for a loved one) with their roles and responsibilities.
NAFOA and Treasury co-hosted a two-part seminar on November 16 and 17, 2021 to inform Native American youth and earlier career stage Native Americans about the function of Treasury, how working for Treasury can contribute to professional growth and make an impact on their communities and country.