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Matthew Campbell named NARF deputy director

Matthew Campbell (Village of Gambell) was named June 10 to the new role of deputy director at the Native American Rights Fund (NARF).

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“We’re pleased that Matthew Campbell will provide an additional prong of leadership to the Native American Rights Fund as our deputy director,” NARF executive director John Echohawk said in a news release. “We’re grateful that he will apply his aptitude and creativity towards helping NARF achieve a shared vision of sustainable growth, and that our donors, board, staff, and clients have helped us reach a place where we can restructure the organization strategically for the future.”

Campbell is a former NARF staff attorney. According to the release, he will oversee the logistics and organizational strategy of deploying resources to support the caseload of the 23 staff attorneys who represent Indian Country from offices in Boulder, Anchorage and Washington, D.C.

“I’m deeply honored to serve Native people in this role,” Campbell said in the release. “I envision this position as a fantastic opportunity to help the Native American Rights Fund build the capacity to broaden our support for Indian Country as well as support our attorneys and staff in undertaking this important work.”

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