Jennine Jordan, CCEP, PMP (Inuit)
Jennine Jordan, CCEP, PMP (Inuit)Director of Development
Jennine Jordan is Inupiaq (Inuit), from Anchorage, AK. She earned a
Master of Public Policy and Master of Dispute Resolution degrees from
Pepperdine University and graduated from the University Arizona with a
Bachelor of Arts and Science degree. She holds a graduate-level
certificate in Alaska Native Executive Leadership from Alaska Pacific
University. She believes that a culturally available education is
vital for a student’s success. She previously served on the Anchorage
School District Title VII Indian Education Native American Advisory
Committee and as a Board member for Washington Internship for Native
Students. She has worked with Tribes and Alaska Native Corporations
for the last 15 years. She is a wife and mom of 3 children.
Rachel Montanez
Rachel MontanezFundraising & Grants Associate
Rachel Montanez has a multicultural background. She was born and raised in Southern California. She is a descendant of Gidutikad Paiute Band of Fort Bidwell Indian Community and descendant of the Shoshone-Paiute Tribe of the Duck Valley Indian Reservation. She has a lot of respect for her Mexican heritage and the French-Canadian family that has positively impacted her life. She and her husband are raising one son. Being a part of the community as they travel is a priority as they provide strong cultural representation in their son’s upbringing. She is a CINC (California Indian Nations College) alumni who graduated in 2021 with an associate degree in business and technology; and in 2023 received an associate degree in Sociology. She credits her family for her strong morals and extraordinary ambitions. She is passionate about positively impacting her community and those she encounters. She is enthusiastic to be employed at CINC and reciprocate the inspiration to future students.