Jaime Gloshay

Co-Director and Co-Founder Native Women Lead , Albuquerque NM
Jaime stands with a mountain ridge in the background. She has light brown skin and wavy black hair with bangs. She wears a long earring, and bright pink lipstick and has a small smile.

Agnetha Jaime Gloshay is a Co-Director of Native Women Lead, where she oversees capital expansion, fundraising, program design, international development, and evaluation efforts. She is a Movement Partner with Justice Funder’s Just Transition in Investment Community, a Partnership Committee member for Community Credit Lab, a SheEO Activator, and an Advisor for Angels of Impact. She is also a facilitator for Kindle Project’s Indigenous Women’s Flow Fund and a supporting faculty member for Trauma of Money. Jaime holds a BA in Native American Studies & Political Science and an MPA in Public Management from the University of New Mexico.

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CCI is supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The Kresge Foundation, JPMorgan Chase & Co, and The California Endowment.

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