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Today’s guest, Jim who is a Zuni Tribal member, was already exposed to the injustices of this world at a very young age. As he became more aware and learned the asymmetry of power in our society, he was motivated and inspired to do something for the native people and other communities.
Join me in this episode as I interview Jim Enote, a Zuni Tribal member and also the CEO at Colorado Plateau Foundation, as he talks about his inspiration for philanthropy and how you can support indigenous communities!
- Jim’s motivation for entering the world of philanthropy
- Funding the gaps
- Being accountable to those that we are in service to
- Jim’s favorite grants
- How you can engage in supporting indigenous communities
Jim Enote, Zuni Tribal Member
CEO Colorado Plateau Foundation
Board Chair of the Grand Canyon Trust
Links referenced in this Podcast:
- Colorado Plateau Foundation
- Environmental Grant Makers Association
- Council of Foundations
- EDGE Funders
- International Funders of Indigenous People
- Native Americans in Philanthropy
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