Message from the Board
Not pictured: Paul Mountain, Kimberly Lewis and Brad Firethunder.
Members of the Native American Connections' Board of Directors have witnessed the positive impact of NAC's affordable housing, behavioral health, and community development services on the lives of Native American individuals and families. Under the leadership of Diana Yazzie Devine and her committed staff, Native American Connections has transformed into one of the oldest and most respected nonprofit organizations reaching those in need throughout Phoenix.
While the Board remains diverse in terms of the experiences and expertise offered by each member, the members share a common vision and enthusiasm to continue growing and strengthening the services of Native American Connections. Staying true to our roots, over half the board members are Native American, and to ensure the integrity of our services for homeless men and women, the board includes an individual who experienced homelessness.
Roxann Gallagher, Vice Chairman of the Board
If you are interested in learning more about board opportunities, please call Dede Devine at 602-254-3247 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Diana Yazzie Devine
CEO, Native American Connections
Tim R. Bruckner
Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer, Alliance Bank of Arizona
Sacks Tierney P.A. in Scottsdale, Arizona
Bankers Trust Company
Fond du Lac Band
of Minnesota Chippewa Tribe.
Real Estate Attorney, Burch & Cracchiolo
Nicolle S. Hood
South American Indian
General Counsel, Camelback Partners Group
Mohave/Colorado River Indian Tribes
Project Coordinator, Arizona State University School of Social Work
Office of American Indian Projects
Diné - Navajo
Tallsalt Advisors, LLC, President
Edwin Gonzalez-Santin, MSW
ASU, Downtown Campus, School of Social Work
Gila River Indian Community
President, KRL Partners LLC
Pinnacle West, CFA
Pinnacle Capital Mortgage
Wanda Dalla Costa
Saddle Lake First Nation
Visiting Eminent Scholar at the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University