Meet the Native Hawaiian Roll Commission: Robin Danner

Meet the Native Hawaiian Roll Commission: Robin Danner

She is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA).  Danner has over 20 years of experience working in the field of Native to federal trust responsibilities and government relationships to empower Nativepeoples.  She has extensive management experience in the nonprofit, for-profit business and government sectors.  She was the Vice-President and Branch Manager of that National Bank of Alaska and is the former North Slope Borough and Tagiugmiullu Nunamiullu Housing Authority County Housing Director and Indian Housing Authority Executive Director. Danner, 48, founded CNHA in 2001 and developed each of its programs including the first statewide Native Loan Fund, the Hawai’i Family Finance Project, which is certified by the U.S. Housing and Urban Development and funded by the U.S. Treasury to promote financial literacy; the Homestead Self Help Program; and the Hawaiian Way Fund, to advance philanthropy in support of culture, knowledge, and language.
Danner resides on her homestead in Anahola.

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