MIGIZI

MIGIZI Communications advances a message of success, well-being and justice for the American Indian community.

info@migizi.com

(612) 721 - 6631

3017 27th Ave S.

Minneapolis, MN 55406

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Bio coming soon!

Technology Instructor

Tedi Grey Owl

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I have been at MIGIZI for 11 years. Before that, I led my own youth media nonprofit called PCTV, Phillips Community Television. I also co-founded the Twin Cities Youth Media Network and I am on the community faculty at the School of Social work at the University of Minnesota. I have also produced my own media productions and am a writer. I have been seen playing drums in some local bands.

Project Director/Media Specialist

John Gwinn

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Program Specialist

Jane Zamora

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Social Enterprise/New Media Team Leader

Binesikwe Means

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Financial Literacy and 21st Century Skills Trainer

Levi Boucher

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Jacob Vang graduated from the University of North Dakota with a bachelors in business marketing and management. There, he interned with UND's marketing and creative services to help with their branding efforts in the transition of Fighting Sioux to Fighting Hawks with journalism, social media, and videography. He has also taken opportunities to work on Fish Addictions TV's social media accounts, a 7 month intercultural research project in China, and any chance to help out his community with direct and indirect volunteer work. You can find Jacob always listening to music of all varieties, drinking green tea, and being involved in local community events.

Marketing and Communications

Jacob Vang

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Prior to joining MIGIZI in November 2018, Kelly served as founding President and CEO of the Tiwahe Foundation for seven years, Tiwahe is an American Indian community foundation which focuses on providing micro grants to American Indian communities, strengthening leadership initiatives and network building. During her 20 years of philanthropy and non-profit work, Kelly has worked with the Jewish Community Foundation, The Family Partnership, Headwaters Foundation for Justice, and New Foundations – a Project for Pride in Living program. Kelly currently serves on the Saint Paul Foundation Community Impact Grants Committee, The Family Partnership Board of Directors and other projects that benefit American Indian Woman and youth. She holds a M.A. degree in Philanthropy and Development from St. Mary’s University and a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Minnesota. Kelly currently lives in NE Minneapolis with her husband and two children.

Executive Director

Kelly Drummer