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Experienced Tribal Advocate and Attorney Joe Sarcinella Joins NAFSA

Experienced Tribal Advocate and Attorney Joe Sarcinella Joins NAFSA

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Joe Sarcinella has joined the Native American Financial Services Association (NAFSA) as its Chief Operations Officer and General Counsel. Sarcinella is an experienced tribal advocate and attorney, with many years in tribal advocacy and business-related fields. Over the previous four years, he served as Senior and...
Hot List: Native Businesses

Hot List: Native Businesses

According to the most recent data by the Minority Business Development Agency, there are nearly 280,000 American Indian- and Alaska Nativeowned small businesses in the U.S.—an increase of more than 15 percent in 10 years. With Native-owned businesses on the rise, it was easy to compile this year’s List...

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