Transforming Philanthropy Towards Tribal Sovereignty: ATNI Winter Convening Discussion

When: 
Tue, January 29, 2019,
8:30am to 5:00pm PST
Where: 
Portland, OR
Location: 
DoubleTree by Hilton Portland 1000 NE Multnomah Street Portland, OR 97232

Join Philanthropy Northwest, MRG Foundation, Spirit Mountain Community Fund and the Native American Rights Fund for a panel conversation at the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI) Winter Convening. 

A portion of the morning General Session will feature speakers who will address, from their unique perspectives, how philanthropy can transform to invest in the preservation and protection of tribal sovereignty and the cultures, languages and way of life of tribal nations in the Northwest and do our work in the spirit of the historical context in which we live today. Attendees are highly encouraged to attend the entire day - for a complete Draft Agenda, click here. We hope you share this opportunity with other colleagues in Philanthropy - to come to where tribal nations do their collective work to strengthen and leverage their power.

Panelists include:

Donald M. RagonaMatinecock – Director of Development/House Counsel - Native American Rights Fund
Elyse Gordon, Senior Program Manager, Learning Network - Philanthropy Northwest
Mychal CherryGrand Ronde, Executive Director - Spirit Mountain Community Fund
Se-ah-dom EdmoShoshone-Bannock, Nez Perce, Yakama - Executive Director - MRG Foundation

ATNI is offering a reduced cost 1-day registration rate of $150 to encourage participation from professionals in philanthropy to build relationships with Tribal Leaders and to come to where tribal people are gathering and immerse ourselves in the work and concerns of Indian Country.

You may register online here and please use promo code: PHILANTHROPY

For questions, please email Elyse Gordon.