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If you’ve seen one Native Community Development Financial Institution (Native CDFI), you’ve seen one Native CDFI. They’re unique and diverse.

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Native Community Development Financial Institutions are calling on Congress to increase funding that would bolster community development and economic opportunities in Indian Country.  

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Native CDFI Network and the Native Partnership for Housing, a Native CDFI serving three states in the southwest, are partnering to highlight a “cross-sector” approach to advancing economic equity in Indian Country.  

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The crucial skill in shrinking the financial literacy gap for Native Americans probably has less to do with numbers and finance than it does with communication and listening.  

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Since its establishment in 2006, the Yurok Tribe’s nonprofit lending institution, The Alliance CDFI, has fought to help one or two aspiring entrepreneurs at a time, says tribal councilman and former Alliance board member Toby Vanlandingham.

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Tragedy struck the Poarch Band of Creek Indians community last week, following the death of the tribe’s chief financial officer, Tim Speegle.  

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WASHINGTON—As Indian Country celebrated a major win for tribal sovereignty in Brackeen v. Haaland, the Supreme Court chipped away at a different aspect of tribes’ inherent right to govern themselves with another opinion issued Thursday morning. 

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The Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA) has a new leader in Susan Masten, who took up the role of interim executive director earlier this month.

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The Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA) announced a change in leadership late last week. The nonprofit financial education and networking organization named former Yurok Tribal Leader Susan Masten as its interim executive director, effective June 1.  

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After a historic 2022, Indian Land Capital Company (ILCC) aims to do even bigger things over the next 12 to 15 months — to the tune of “$20 million to $25 million in projects,” CEO Rjay Brunkow, a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, told Tribal Business News.