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Sarah Kastelic, PhD, MSW (Alutiiq), Executive Director, National Indian Child Welfare Association; and Anne Wallestad, President & CEO, BoardSource

Sarah Kastelic, PhD, MSW (Alutiiq) is the Executive Director for National Indian Child Welfare Association. Sarah earned a master’s degree and PhD from Washington University in St. Louis and is an enrolled citizen of the Native Village of Ouzinkie. 

Anne Wallestad is the President & CEO, BoardSource. Anne has held leadership roles with a number of national and local organizations and has established BoardSource as a leading voice on issues of critical importance to the nonprofit sector and society as a whole.

Nonprofits’ Role in Indian Boarding Schools: An Opportunity to Tell the Truth and Heal

In May, the world looked on in horror as a mass grave of 215 children’s remains was located using ground-penetrating radar at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia, Canada. It was this circumstance that caused many people to learn about the institution of Indian residential...

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