National Wildlife Foundation Seeks Tribal Law Director

National Wildlife Foundation Seeks Tribal Law Director


From the description:

Working closely with the Vice President and the Senior Director of Tribal Partnerships and Policy, the Director, Tribal Law is primarily responsible for leading and collaborating with NWF staff on national policy issues involving Tribal and Indigenous priorities and providing expertise and associated actions on Federal Indian Law and Policy, including improving existing and crafting new policy with a focus on inclusion, equity, and justice as well as NWF’s core values for Tribal and Indigenous partnerships.

The Director, Tribal Law will model the principles and values of NWF’s Tribal and Indigenous Partnerships Enhancement Strategy (TIPES) and Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC). This position will forge authentic relationships and partnerships across the country to support Tribal Sovereignty; advance Indigenous policy priorities; and work directly with Tribes and Indigenous Peoples to uplift their voices.

Jaune Smith