|Champions for Change (CFC), inspired by a 2011 White House initiative, recognizes and encourages inspirational Native youth (ages 14 to 22) working in their tribal or urban Indian communities to promote hope and make a positive impact. In 2013, CNAY recognized its first class of Champions - Dahkota Brown, Cierra Fields, Joaquin Gallegos, Vance Home Gun, and Sarah Schilling - all of whom continue to work closely with CNAY today.
Senator Dorgan (CNAY Founder & Chairman), the CNAY Board of Advisors, and team welcome our 2015 class of Champions for Change, and invite you to learn more about these remarkable young leaders by visiting the 2015 Champions page.
Click here to access a four-page description of the CFC program, which includes information about each of the 2013, 2014, and 2015 Champions. Feel free to share this document with people in your community!
Champions for Change Toolkit to encourage local tribal and urban Indian communities to recognize and celebrate Native American youth leaders across the nation. Check out the CFC Toolkit to get started today!