Indian Legal Program Travelling Classroom

Project: Research project

Project Details


Indian Legal Program Travelling Classroom Indian Legal Program Travelling Classroom Gretchen E. Buhlig joined the ASU Foundation for A New American University in January 2012 as vice President for leadership giving and now serves as chief executive officer. In her executive role at the foundation, Buhlig works closely with ASU Enterprise Partners CEO Rick Shangraw and ASU President Michael Crow to identify, cultivate, and steward major university donors. She matches donors interests with ASU priorities, structuring complex investments that advance ASUs vision of a New American University. Additionally, as CEO, she directs the development enterprise, which includes the development offices within ASUs colleges, institutes, performing arts venues, leadership giving, the core development team, and engagement program. ASU Foundations board of directors includes 11 active members and two emeriti members. Directors establish policy and annual goals, oversee fiduciary responsibilities and business affairs, and oversee management of the endowment and the investments in coordination with executive leadership. Financial reports are reviewed on a monthly basis and audited financials are reviewed annually. ASUF completed a 2025 Strategic Plan in 2017 and the next strategic plan will be released in 2025. Reach k-12, college students, and pre-law students Generate Scholarships in Indian Law Academic and clinical opportunities Partners with Native American Rights Fund and National Congress of American Indians.
Effective start/end date1/1/196/30/24


  • Peter Kiewit Foundation: $290,000.00


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