After working as an informal coalition for the past seven years, we are now working towards becoming an independent, stand-alone organization. We have created a new staff position, the Project Coordinator, to support and manage this transition.

This role is for you if you…

  • Are committed to increasing homeownership opportunities for Native families in SD;
  • Would like to support our Coalition’s transition from an informal coalition to an independent, stand-alone organization;
  • Are a self-starter, who thrives working on your own;
  • Are a bridge-builder, who can support connections between member organizations;
  • Are comfortable working remotely;
  • Have strong writing and communication skills;
  • Have experience in affordable homeownership or community development; and
  • Have a track record of moving ideas into action.


Primary responsibilities:

  • Support the Project Director with the Administration for Native Americans (ANA) Social and Economic Development grant project.
  • Provide administrative support for the Coalition’s organizational development process including incorporation, recruitment of Board members, and adoption of Bylaws.
  • Schedule meetings and record minutes for the Coalition’s steering committee and eventually the Board of Directors.
  • Enter data into Salesforce database to track Coalition activities, outputs and outcomes.
  • Provide administrative support to the Coalition’s working committees, as directed.
  • Coordinate events, workshops and trainings.
  • Provide administrative support for grants management and annual ANA reporting requirements.


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To Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume by February 25, 2022 to:

Tawney Brunsch, Executive Director
Lakota Funds
P.O. Box 340
Kyle, SD 57752