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Bobbie Meszaros is Tlingit, of the Ch’áak’ (Eagle) moiety of the Sik’nax.ádi (Wolf Killer Whale) Clan from Shtax’héen Kwáan (Wrangell, Alaska) and Tseesk’iya dachxán (grandchild of the Tahltan Crow Clan). Bobbie works for Sealaska Heritage Institute as the new Development Officer. In this role, she is
responsible for the management, planning, and implementation of the philanthropy program that secures financial resources to support Sealaska Heritage’s mission and program goals. Bobbie has over ten years of fundraising and event planning experience while working for several national based nonprofit organizations. She specializes in serving Alaska Native and American Indian Tribal Nations throughout Indian Country. Prior to joining Sealaska Heritage, she worked for the American Indian College Fund as a grant writer and researcher. Bobbie holds a B.A. in Anthropology and History from the University of Alaska Anchorage. She has recently relocated back home to Alaska after spending the last several years in Colorado and is excited to promote Juneau as the Northwest Coast Art Capital within the region and nationally.