Lulani Arquette comes from a theatre performing arts background, and is the President and CEO of the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting the diversity of artistic and cultural expression in American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian communities across the nation. With offices in the Pacific Northwest, the foundation provides support to Native artists, indigenous arts organizations and communities across the nation. Arquette brings over 25 years of professional experience steering organizations to their highest creativity and potential, advocating for cultural perpetuation and social progress, and catalyzing change in communities. Her current work is especially focused on how we attend to cultural equity, racial justice, and inclusion to build a more compassionate and just nation. She is a past board member for Grantmakers in the Arts and currently serves on the Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) board.
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