RED FEATHER BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Red Feather Development Group Board of Directors provides the direction and oversight needed to ensure the continued growth and success of the Red Feather mission while maintaining the fiduciary and governance oversight to protect the interest of the organization's donors. Each board member volunteers their time and talent to Red Feather and participates on a sub-committee.
MEET THE RED FEATHER STAFF
Red Feather Fellows
Megan is from Cherokee, North Carolina, and is a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. She attended ETSU in Johnson City, TN, and graduated in May 2021 with her B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. Megan now lives in Flagstaff, AZ, and is pursuing her Masters in Sustainable Communities at NAU. She has a strong desire to help preserve and maintain Native American communities in health, housing, and research, as well as caring for the environment. Megan also enjoys spending time with her partner and pets in her free time, as well as reading, hiking, and riding bikes.
Red Feather Fellows Program
Are you interested in helping to create healthier homes and strengthen the resilience of tribal communities? Do you have an interest in gaining experience working for a nonprofit and developing skills in program design, project coordination, volunteer support, social media, budgeting, program evaluation, and more? Then consider a committed Fellowship with Red Feather. Submit your resume and a brief cover letter detailing your interest in our work to email@example.com. Many of our past Fellows have been enrolled in a graduate program and have been able to secure credit towards their degrees. While these position are unpaid, Fellows develop applied skills that will benefit them throughout their careers and can even go on to become paid employees with Red Feather.