We’re Hiring a Loan Officer!

ATNI-EDC is seeking a community-oriented, energetic problem solver to serve as its dedicated Loan Officer. Successful candidate will have a passion for community development and supporting small businesses. Training opportunities will be provided to the successful candidate in underwriting and loan servicing.

ATNI-EDC operates a Revolving Loan Fund that aims to increase access to capital for Native American communities and entrepreneurs.

For more information, visit https://atniedc.com/jobs/.

Summit Agenda and Newsletter

We’re glad to announce that we just posted a draft agenda for the upcoming 2019 ATNI-EDC Economic Summit! You can find the agenda by clicking here. For registration and hotel information, visit the 2019 ATNI-EDC Event Page. Make hotel reservations by March 15! We’re looking forward to seeing you!


See what’s new by downloading our January 2019 Newsletter! In it you will find inspiring stories, news, and events. Stay in touch with us by following us on Facebook and through this blog!

ATNI Economic Development Committee Agenda

The ATNI Winter Convention is taking place in Portland, Oregon from January 28-30. We have two jam-packed sessions for the Economic Development Committee Meetings! To download the full agenda, click here.


  • Native CDFI and CDFI Partnerships Panel
  • Local & Regional Tribal Economic Development Presentations by ONABEN, ONACC and NAYA
  • New Market Tax Credits
  • Gaming and Economic Development

ATNI-EDC is hiring!

The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians Economic Development Corporation (ATNI-EDC) is seeking a dedicated Loan Program Manager who will oversee all lending activities for the organization.  The position offers an excellent opportunity to work hands-on with a historically marginalized population and facilitate access to capital and appropriate loan products, as well as provide technical assistance to emerging and established Native entrepreneurs that are seeking to start or scale their business.  The successful candidate will be a community-oriented self-starter, a strong communicator, and creative problem solver, and will have a passion for providing access to capital to Indigenous communities.  Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Loan Program Manager will be responsible for managing and operating the Revolving Loan Fund which includes underwriting loans, managing the portfolio, marketing the program, growing loan capital, and offering training and technical assistance.

Learn more by visiting the job post!