Job Posting: Partnership Director

About the LinkingLeaders Partnership The LinkingLeaders (LL) Partnership is a multi-racial, multi-cultural partnership between the African American Leadership Forum (AALF), Coalition of Asian American Leaders (CAAL), LatinoLEAD, and the Tiwahe Foundation focused on Partnership Director Summary The Linking Leaders Partnership is seeking a highly motivated Partnership Director. This position will report to the Linking Leaders… Read more »

Two spots still open June 25th

Boozhoo/Han/Hello Oyate Alumni, We have two seats still open for a networking dinner on Tuesday, June 25 that we are co-hosting with three other leadership networks in an emerging partnership called LinkingLeaders. We believe that to ensure the future works for our community, means that we must strengthen our relationships between black, Indigenous, and people of… Read more »

MiA Opening “Hearts of Our People”

REMINDER– Special Opening and Feast for the Native Community for “Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists” Exhibit at Minneapolis Institute of Art this Saturday, June 1, 2019. FREE with no reservations required. Come see the exhibit before it opens to the rest of the public!   Schedule of events for the day: 10:00 am-… Read more »

Save the Date!

We are excited to plan a networking event in collaboration with Linking Leaders June 25, 2019 (5 pm – 8 pm). Tiwahe foundation is one of four organizations working toward racial equity in the east-metro with Latino LEAD (, Coalition of Asian American Leaders (, and African American Leadership Forum ( We are looking for… Read more »

General Feedback

Boozhoo/Han/Hello Oyate Leadership Alumni, My name is Hannah Smith, I am the (relatively) new Program Director at Tiwahe Foundation. I’m excited to be on staff and starting to connect with our Oyate Alumni. I am in the middle of gathering feedback from you all, if there is anything that continues to stand out with your… Read more »

OOG The Language and Babies and Parenting Project Assistant Apps Open!

Gidanimikaagoo! Ojibwemotaadidaa Omaa Gidakiiminaang is pleased to announce a ten-month contract position to document traditional Ojibwe language and cultural activities as part of our on-going and successful Ojibwe immersion program based at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College. Ojibwemotaadidaa Omaa Gidakiiminaang has received funding from the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council, Legacy Amendment, Arts &… Read more »