Tiwahe Foundation welcomes Liberty Greene as the new Learning and Operations Manager.
In her role, Liberty oversees operations, helps Tiwahe maintain a culture of learning, and provides vital support for storytelling initiatives, showcasing the impact of our AIFEP grantees and Oyate alum across our Native communities here in Minnesota. One of her favorite recent experiences is when some of our most recent grantees visited our offices downtown and she got to hear about the passion behind their projects and their visions for the future.
Liberty is an enrolled member of Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians and is also from the Upper Sioux Community and Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation.She is a dedicated advocate for Indigenous health, focusing on addressing the historical impacts of colonization. She brings this penchant toTiwahein community engagement focused on fostering healing and belonging.
Grounded in the Seven Grandfather Teachings, she emphasizes generational healing and the reconnection of Indigenous communities with their traditional ways of life. Her holistic approach, blending cultural values with professional expertise, underscores her commitment to fostering positive change and empowering Native communities.
With a background in event and project management, as well as marketing, Liberty brings valuable skills to her advocacy, promoting initiatives that support health and wellness while amplifying Indigenous voices.