Susan WhiteYethiya wihe Advocacy Fund
In honor of Susan White, Trust and Enrollments Director for the Oneida Nation and Co-Chair of the Investors and Indigenous Peoples Working Group, the Susan WhiteYethiya wihe Fund was created to provide support for First Peoples Worldwide.
For many years, Susan spearheaded efforts to promote sustainable and responsible investing in Indian Country. Her advocacy on behalf of the Oneida Nation to protect water, land, and Indigenous Peoples achieved powerful results, and was recognized by the SRI Conference Service Award and the Harvard University Honoring Nations American Indian Economic Development Award.
Donations are tax deductible.
The Rebecca Adamson Indigenous Rights & Business Scholarship
In 2019, First Peoples Worldwide and the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado created the Rebecca Adamson Indigenous Rights & Business Scholarship in honor of First Peoples' founder and pioneering Indigenous economist Rebecca Adamson. The scholarship is open to incoming full-time MBA students who belong to a federally recognized American Indian tribe or who demonstrate a commitment to Indigenous rights.