NAFOA, founded as the Native American Finance Officer’s Association, is initiating its search for a permanent executive director. This leadership position will be pivotal in advancing NAFOA’s mission of strengthening tribal finance and growing tribal economies.
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.
JUNE 22, 2022 – NAFOA Executive Director Rico Frias testified before the House Energy & Commerce Committee and Energy Subcommittee on the crucial topic of energy development financing in Indian
On Wednesday, Secretary of Interior Halland announced the names of the first-ever Secretary’s Tribal Advisory Committee (STAC). The STAC includes 24 representatives, two for each of the BIA’s twelve regions; ten
By: McKenna Green, Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Joe Nayquonabe (Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe) started as a marketing intern for the economic engine of the Mille Lacs Band
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