Kelly Drummer new director of Tiwahe Foundation development and programs
Saturday, March 12 2011
Written by Circle News Staff,
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Kelly Drummer has been hired as director of development and programs for the The Tiwahe Foundation (previously known as the American Indian Family Empowerment Program). "Kelly has a great track record as an effective fund raiser," says LaVon Lee, program officer at the Grotto Foundation and Tiwahe Foundation administrator. "She will play a key role in helping us complete our $6 million endowment campaign. We also want to build on our reputation as a resource for donors who value Native American perspectives and as a resource for Native American leadership development." Throughout its history, AIFEP promoted leadership development and American Indian self- determination by supporting families and individuals striving to reach their potential through education, economic self-sufficiency, service to community, and cultural connections - a tradition Tiwahe Foundation board members are continuing. More information is available at www.grottofoundation.org.
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