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Communications and Engagement Manager
Na’ah Illahee Fund
Na’ah Illahee Fund is seeking an insightful and committed team member to join us as a Communications and Engagement Manager. In this role, you will play a pivotal part in elevating the impact of our programs and fundraising through Indigenous-led storytelling, community-building, and event planning. If you are passionate about driving positive change, amplifying Indigenous voices, and engaging communities in meaningful ways, we encourage you to apply for this opportunity!
Empire Health Foundation
Reporting to the Senior Finance Director, the Controller will build and manage effective and streamlined systems to support the financial functions of Empire Health Foundation and its four affiliate organizations (a 501(c)(4) subsidiary and three real estate LLCs) including accounting, payroll, accounts payable, financial reporting and analysis, annual tax filing and audit support. The Controller will ensure that EHF has the financial systems and procedures in place to effectively fulfill its mission and goals.
Program Officer, Collective Abundance Fund
NDN Collective
Reporting to the Program Manager, this Program Officer position will support the NDN Foundation Collective Abundance Fund Program specifically for Minnesota. This includes supporting all grantmaking processes as part of a continuum beginning with dissemination through application, review, selection, reporting, and evaluation, as well as managing grantee-partner relationships, and sharing information and capacity building resources.
Manager, National Programs
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
The Manager, National Programs will have programmatic, communications, and administrative responsibilities for grantmaking associated with NFWF’s national programs. The current primary national program will be the America the Beautiful Challenge (ATBC), a collaborative public-private grant program for locally led ecosystem restoration projects that advance terrestrial and watershed restoration, resilience, equitable access, workforce development, corridors and connectivity, and cooperative, cross-jurisdictional conservation.

The Manager will work closely with NFWF staff, federal agencies, and other program partners to develop and implement grant making strategies and processes that address pressing nationwide conservation issues to achieve measurable conservation outcomes. The Manager is responsible for assisting in the development of funding opportunities, managing funding sources, interacting with existing and potential grant/contract recipients, coordinating proposal review, providing technical assistance to grantees, reviewing/approving grantee or contractor reports, coordinating with the grants administration team to assure the effective implementation of the Foundation’s grant administration policies, and drafting recommendations for staff and Board action. All activities are closely coordinated with the Program Director, National Programs (Program Director), Program Manager, Coordinator, other Foundation staff, and public, private, and non-governmental partners.
TROTH Sr Relationship Manager
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Relationship manager for fundraising and partnerships for Alaska Indigenous Study Center
National Program Manager, Strategic Recruitment & Partnerships
Advance Native Political Leadership
We’re looking for a National Program Manager, Strategic Recruitment & Partnerships to join our growing team. The National Program Manager, Strategic Recruitment & Partnerships will lead the strategic partnership strategy to identify and build a recruitment pipeline for our Native Leadership Institute (NLI) programs, including the interview and selection process and the development of a robust community partnerships program to identify rising Native leaders and help usher them down the pathway to office.
Board Member
United American Indian Involvement Inc.
UAII is looking for new members for its Board of Directors, which provides oversight and counsel on planning and policy development, financial oversight, and resource development. The Board supports UAII's mission-based leadership and strategic governance, and its members are responsible for managing the organization's mission, vision, and purpose, selecting and advising the C-Suite Level Executives, fundraising and resource development, and assessing its performance. Board members serve a 3-year term and are eligible for reappointment, and meetings are held monthly, with special meetings and committee meetings held as necessary.
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