Our Team

Indigenous Governance Program Our Team

Staff

Andrew Bojorquez

Andrea Bojorquez

Program Coordinator, Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program

Justin Boro

Justin Boro

Assistant Director, Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program

Suzy Brown MBA

Suzy Brown

Research Administrator, Research, Discovery & Innovation (RDI) Business Center

Tory Fodder

Tory Fodder

Indigenous Goverance Program Manager

Amy Jorgensen

Amy Jorgensen

Senior Graphic Designer

Miriam Jorgensen, PhD

Research Director, Native Nations Institute, University of Arizona

Research Director, Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development, Harvard University

Graduate Advisor, Indigenous Governance Program

IGP Steering Committee

Stephen Cornell, PhD

Faculty Chair and Co-Founder of the Native Nations Institute

Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development

Faculty Affiliate, James E. Rogers College of Law

Emeritus Director of the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy

Emeritus Professor of Sociology

Tory Fodder

Torivio A. Fodder, JD, SJD

TAOS PUEBLO

Indigenous Governance Program Manager, Native Nations Institute

Miriam Jorgensen, PhD

Research Director, Native Nations Institute, University of Arizona

Research Director, Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development, Harvard University

Graduate Advisor, Indigenous Governance Program

Joseph P. Kalt

Joseph P. Kalt, PhD

Ford Foundation Professor of International Political Economy (emeritus), Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government

Joan Timeche, MBA

HOPI TRIBE

Executive Director, Native Nations Institute, University of Arizona

Robert Williams, Jr., JD

LUMBEE TRIBE OF NORTH CAROLINA

Regents' Professor and E. Thomas Sullivan Professor of Law, James E. Rogers College of Law

Faculty Co-Chair, Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program, University of Arizona

“[JIT] gives another perspective of self-governance and what strong institutions are in our communities and how those can culturally match or culturally fit in terms of their relationships within the wider communities.”

Dean Jarrett (Gumbaynggirr), PhD Candidate and Fulbright Fellow, University of Technology, Sydney Australia