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Tlingit & Haida Hire Soboleff As Grants and Resource Director

Jan 11, 2021 | Alaska Native, Right Moves

Right Moves with Soboleff

The Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (Tlingit & Haida) announced the hire of Nathan Soboleff as Grants and Resources Director. In this role, Soboleff manages the newly formed Grants and Resources department which aims to implement an organizational strategy that centralizes Tlingit & Haida’s grant processes; actively identifies viable funding opportunities that support program expansion and align with the Tribe’s mission, vision and goals; works with Tlingit & Haida’s administration and management teams; and researches, writes, and coordinates the grant application process in addition to providing post-award grant reporting and compliance support. Soboleff has a bachelor’s in natural resource management from Oregon State University and a master’s in fisheries management from UAF. He has more than 15 years of professional experience in grant writing and grants management including over eight years procuring grant-based budgets for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Wildlife Conservation and Bartlett Regional Hospital. Soboleff was born and raised in Juneau, Alaska and is a father to three children. Outside of work, he loves to fish, hunt and go out on the water with his family and friends.

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