NAFOA, founded as the Native American Finance Officers Association, names former Yurok Tribal Leader Susan Masten as its interim executive director effective today, June 1, 2023. She was appointed to the position by the NAFOA Board of Directors. As interim executive director, Masten will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the organization, as well as leading its strategic direction.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEApr 25, 2023 WASHINGTON, DC – The NAFOA Leadership Awards honor the accomplishments of a tribal leader, tribal executive, and financial deals advancing tribal economies.
The Wells Fargo Foundation recently donated to support the NAFOA Institute fall 2022 and 2023 programs. The NAFOA Institute aims to facilitate a lifetime of
For over a decade, the NAFOA Board of Directors has recognized innovative and influential Native American leaders who have devoted their careers to supporting the growth of tribal economic development within their communities and all of Indian Country. This year, the NAFOA Lifetime Achievement Awards were awarded to Chief Lynn Malerba and Ted Strong.