It's that time of year again. A time to reflect, give, share, and grow - to express gratitude.
In light of the giving season, we’re flipping the script! Instead of chatting with nonprofit thought leaders, we are highlighting the most touching stories of individuals who fiercely support nonprofits and their “why.”
Because without supporters, nonprofits couldn’t exist.
During the 12-day series, Maria will be exploring topics surrounding: hardships, perseverance, fundraising, social media, and the importance and value of online community.
In this episode, Maria is chatting with Dr. David Yarlott. He is an Apsaalooke (Crow) from Montana who grew up on a reservation and is a first-generation student and the first member of his family to earn a doctorate. When he came across a walking challenge on Facebook in support of the American Indian College Fund, he was extremely inspired and motivated.
Dr. Yarlott is currently the President of Little Big Horn College and serves on the Board of Trustees for the American Indian College Fund. He is passionate about helping native students get the resources they need to attend college across the nation.
Dr. David Yarlott is a true leader in the tribal college movement. Listen to his story!