ATNI-EDC is hiring an Executive Director

JOIN OUR TEAM! ATNI-EDC is seeking a dynamic, community-oriented and mission-driven candidate to serve as its next Executive Director! The Executive Director is responsible for overall organization management for ATNI-EDC and its subsidiary, ATNI-FS, including leadership and management of staff, strategic planning, fundraising, and development planning.  They will develop and maintain working relationships with the ATNI-EDC Board of Directors and the Native community.  They will act as chief spokesperson to government agencies, community organizations, and the public. This position offers an excellent opportunity to work hands-on with a historically marginalized population. ATNI-EDC offers a generous benefits package that includes 4 weeks of PTO, 13 holidays, 100% employer-paid medical insurance, and 401(k) match. Salary Range $80k-$105k. CLICK HERE for full position description.

ATNI is Hiring an Executive Director

ATNI-EDC’s parent organization, ATNI, is hiring an Executive Director! They are seeking a visionary and collaborative leader to manage organizational affairs, and implement policies and programs working strategically with the Executive Board to carry out the duties and established goals of the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians. Position closes 6/6/22. Click here for more info!

Happening Tomorrow: VTE Webinar Series

Join us tomorrow for the first Vibrant Tribal Economies webinar!

The series kicks off on February 18 with guest speaker Dr. Robert Miller (Eastern Shawnee Tribe), Professor of Law at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law.

  • Friday, February 18
  • 12 – 1:15 pm PST
  • Click here to register

The COVID pandemic has reinforced for communities worldwide the importance of resilience and self-reliance.  For tribal communities, these goals have been obvious for millennia–but increasingly beyond reach.  Over the past four hundred years, tribal communities in North America have systematically had their economies undermined through expropriation, uprooting, resettlement, and colonization. The result is the worst levels of poverty, ill health, illiteracy, and other social challenges in the country.  To restore prosperity, tribal communities must diversify, strengthen, and expand their own businesses. Over the past three years, the Northwest Area Foundation has been promoting their ideas in eight tribal communities. This series is designed to share the building blocks of “Vibrant Tribal Economies” to a larger audience.