About NTDA

"To promote the economic viability of American Indian and Alaskan Natives by developing cooperative relationships with private sector, public sector and Native organizations in establishing a foundation for self-sustaining socio-economic development initiatives."

Founded in 1995 by the late John “Eagle” Sunchild, Sr., the National Tribal Development Association (NTDA) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit national American Indian service organization that provides a wide range of economic development and governance type services to American Indian/Alaska Natives nationwide. Over the past eleven years, the NTDA has grown from a staff of two, to more than 25 individuals with the education, experience, and passion to create programs that have the potential to effectuate a sustained positive impact on the lives and living conditions of the people we serve. Over the years, our membership has grown from an initial 15 member Tribes to our current 38 member Tribes who are spread throughout the United States. We offer the following services:


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