UNITY Staff – UNITY, Inc.

UNITY is hiring!

The National UNITY organization is hiring a Deputy Director. This is an opportunity for a highly skilled senior level leader to help shape the next phase of impact of a dynamic organization whose budget and staff have grown tremendously in the last eight years, and whose programs continue to grow in complexity, scale, and reach. The Deputy Director will be responsible for organizational effectiveness by managing operational functions of finance, accounting, contracts, human resources, and programs and supervises staff and contractors in each of these areas. Read More

UNITY Enhances its Youth Program Support with the Addition of New Staff Positions

Greg Mendoza and Josh Tso have been appointed to the positions, focusing on youth programming and events

Mesa, Az – United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. (UNITY) is proud to announce that two staff members have been appointed to new positions within the organization. Greg Mendoza will take on the role of youth programs director, while Josh Tso will serve as youth programs coordinator for UNITY. In these newly created roles, Mendoza and Tso will work to update, develop, and support all of UNITY’s programming. Read More

Nominate a Deserving Advisor, Alumni or Youth for these 2020 UNITY Awards

Each year UNITY showcases the best in Indian Country through highlighting a few dedicated community members who embody the spirit of UNITY. Click here to find out more information on scholarships or Nominate a deserving Advisor and Alumni Today.

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Your story matters because you matter

“We were all tribal people at one time. No matter where you come from. Learn about your heritage. Your family lineage is an important part of your personal story,” said Mary Kim Titla, UNITY Executive Director, speaking earlier this month at Colorado Mesa University (CMU) in Grand Junction, Colorado. Titla was invited to share her insights about the power of storytelling and how effective storytelling can help others, build confidence, and bring about change. Read More

Greg Mendoza named Fund Development Manager at UNITY Inc

Mesa, Arizona — UNITY Inc is proud to announce and welcome Greg Mendoza, Akimel O’odham/Tohono O’odham/Yaqui as its Fund Development Manager. A member of the Gila River Indian Community, Mendoza will be responsible for supporting UNITY’s mission by cultivating donors and procuring the necessary funds to maintain and grow our important programs and services.
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UNITY Wellness Warriors wins NIHB National Impact Award

At its annual National Tribal Health Conference in Temecula, California, the National Indian Health Board (NIHB) recognized a distinguished group of Tribal health leaders, providers and advocates during its annual Heroes in Health Awards Gala on September 18. At the gala, themed “Circles of Service,” NIHB recognized 17 individuals from across Indian Country in the categories of Area and Regional Impact, National Impact, Youth Leadership and the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Jake Whitecrow Award.

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UNITY is now Hiring

Join our circle! UNITY is seeking dynamic, organized, and creative individuals with great people skills for the following job:
Fund Development Manager

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UNITY hires Patterson as Office Manager

Tami Patterson is UNITY’s new Office Manager. Patterson grew up in Parker Arizona, while her father worked for the Colorado River Indian Tribes. She is a proud mother of two children who are enrolled members of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians.  She worked as a Johnson O’Malley Tutor and Youth Services coordinator in St. Ignace Michigan and served as the lead advisor to the Waaniniigaanzijig Tribal Youth Council (WTYC), which introduced her to UNITY. 

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UNITY names leadership team to support National Leadership Initiative

UNITY, Inc. has named two individuals with extensive experience in Indian country to spearhead the national Healing Indigenous Lives Initiative in partnership with the Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP).  The cooperative agreement provides funding to engage Native American youth and youth serving programs in a national initiative that builds on the successes of the past efforts and the Today’s Native Leaders program. Over the next two years, the initiative will hold six regional trainings to gather Native youth feedback on how best to support and enhance Native youth engagement, coordination, and action related to cultural prevention, with a focus on juvenile justice and delinquency prevention in Indian country.

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UNITY News Co-Anchors selected

Madeline Lamb, Mohave/Muscogee Creek, and Jay Massey-Heyl, White Mountain Apache, have been selected to serve as co-anchors for the UNITY News segments set to be shown during the 2019 National UNITY Conference in Orlando, Florida. Lamb and Massey-Heyl taped the first segment of UNITY News last week at the ABC 15 news studio in Phoenix, Arizona. A total of five segments will be shown at the national conference featuring stories produced by news crews made up of Native youth taking part in the pre-conference UNITY Communications Bootcamp. The training is sponsored by Arizona State University’s Cronkite School of Journalism.

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