Oregon Tribes

33 organizations focused on Oregon tribal communities received ~$1.01M.

“It’s difficult to rank issues because they are all pressing at this time, [and] for tribal communities these are pressing most of the time. The pandemic complicates and makes things more urgent.”

Community Advisor
  • Tana Atchley Culbertson, Director of Network Coordination, Nesika Wilamut
  • Angie Blackwell, Early Childhood Program Manager, Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde
  • Cecilia Collins, Juvenile Prosecutor, Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
  • Brenda Frank, Program-Planner Specialist, Eastern Oregon Workforce Board
  • Jessie Hecocta, Relationship Manager, Blue Zones Project-Healthy Klamath
  • Charles Hudson, Retired, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
  • Tracy Kennedy, Community Economic Development Coordinator, Burns PaiuteTribe
  • Laura Platero, Executive Director, The Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
  • D. Tovey III, Director, Tribal Planning Office, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation