NAFOA in the News

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Austin Fast The U.S. Department of Transportation has spread $1.7 billion to communities across every state and Puerto Rico to help fix dangerous streets and find ways to prevent more […]

The School of Business Administration’s MBA in American Indian Entrepreneurship (MBA-AIE) has more than 80 graduates — all of whom received funding from the Johnson Scholarship Foundation. The two-year program […]

Hannah Grover While Indigenous nations across the United States have vast energy resources, it can be hard for them to develop that potential. Tribal representatives spoke to the Natural Resources […]

By Chez Oxendine With a potential government shutdown looming, a House subcommittee held a hearing on Thursday to discuss tribal autonomy in energy agreements, with witnesses expressing frustration with arcane […]

Interim Executive Director Susan Masten gives an interview to Marketplace radio about the looming federal government shutdown.

Levi Rickert September 25, 2023 Opinion. Fueled by the demands of hard-right House Republicans, the federal government appears to be heading towards a shutdown at the end of the month, which […]

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Wells Fargo announced today that Dawson Her Many Horses, head of Native American Banking, has been named Managing Director. Her Many Horses belongs to the Rosebud Sioux Tribe […]

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA), has named former Yurok Tribal Leader Susan Masten as its Interim Executive Director. She was appointed to the position by the […]

By Acee Agoyo WASHINGTON, D.C. — As dangerous smoke from wildfires cast an ominous shadow over the nation’s capital, tribes and their advocates continue to wait for a series of […]

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