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Jamie Kay Ford

Development/Program Officer

Jamie Ford became development officer at the Indian Land Tenure Foundation in 2008, transitioning to Development/Program Officer in 2013. In her role, Ford executes fundraising strategies to secure philanthropic support for the Foundation’s priorities and leads the Foundation’s efforts around legal programming.

Ford joined ILTF after completing her law degree from William Mitchell College of Law in the spring of 2008. While attending law school, Ford worked in the College’s Institutional Advancement office as an annual fund assistant, as well as working as an editor for Commission Free Financial Planning Solutions, Inc. In addition, Ford worked with a Minnesota District Court judge to research and write a history of tribal court development.

At William Mitchell College of Law, Ford was vice president of the Native American Law Student Association. She also worked as a research assistant with the Greater Minnesota Racial Justice Project and as a volunteer with the Indian Health Board. In addition to her J.D. degree, Ford earned a bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University. She is on the board of directors of the Cottonwood Foundation and has served as an alumni mentor to law students at William Mitchell since 2009. Ford is admitted to practice law in Minnesota.

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