The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians Economic Development Corporation
(ATNI-EDC) is pleased to announce Stacey L. McQuade-Eger, JD, as the newly hired Executive
Director of our growing regional native organization! Stacey started her new journey with ATNI-
EDC on December 15, 2022.
Ms. McQuade-Eger is an accomplished director offering 25 years in staff management,
operations planning, organizational development and financial management. That, combined
with her passion for creating positive impacts in Native communities will prove greatly beneficial
for ATNI-EDC and Northwest Tribes. Stacey graduated from the University of Montana School
of law and earned her Juris Doctorate degree in transactional law and Indian law.
“Our ATNI Economic Development Corporation board and staff are delighted to welcome
Stacey McQuade-Eger as our new ATNI-EDC Executive Director. Not only does Stacey
possess a wealth of experience and expertise, she is a Tribal member of one of our stalwart
ATNI Tribes, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of Montana,” said Dave Tovey,
ATNI-EDC Board President.
“I am honored and humbled to be joining the team at ATNI-EDC as the next Executive Director
and I am very excited about the opportunities and challenges ahead,” Stacey said. “I want to
thank the ATNI-EDC Board, my family and community for believing in me. I look forward to
serving our tribal communities as we work together in further securing sustained and equitable
economies both for today, and for the next seven generations.”
Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians Economic Development Corporation (ATNI-EDC) has a
mission to provide financial and technical assistance in the areas of community and economic
development to the 57 ATNI Member Tribes and their Tribal citizens. ATNI Member Tribes
include all Tribes in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, as well as some Tribes in Northern
California, Nevada, Montana, and Alaska. ATNI-EDC is a wholly owned, subsidiary of the
Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI).