Funds & Initiatives

Impact & Events

Community Resources


Tia Oros Peters (Zuni)

Chief Executive Officer Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples

Tia Oros Peters (Zuni) is the Chief Executive Officer of Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples, which is an identity-based Native philanthropic, advocacy, and leadership organization that supports community generated strategies for Native Peoples’ cultural revitalization, movement building, self-determination, and Re-Indigenization.

She is a Co-founder of the Global Indigenous Women’s Caucus, a board member of the Proteus Fund, and of Tools & Tiaras; President of Red Deer Center, and an advisor to Grantmakers for Girls of Color.

Tia has also served on the board of directors of Native Americans in Philanthropy; the Paul Robeson Fund for Independent Media; Resist Fund, and on the advisory boards of the A:shiwi A:wan Museum & Heritage Center, Pueblo of Zuni; the Women’s Building of New York; and Youth United for Community Action. Tia is mother and grandmother, writer, organizer, and cultural artist who has earned a BA in Law & Society from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University, Los Angeles.