Andrei Jacobs

Director of Tribal Partnerships

For the last two decades, Andrei Jacobs has managed public affairs, communications, and fundraising projects in the Tribal non-profit and public sectors. Today he is Tribal Partnerships Director of, Inc.

Jacobs formerly served in the role of Senior Manager of Tribal Partnerships at America250. He has also served as Capital Campaign Manager at Chief Seattle Club, where he led fundraising efforts on the ʔálʔal permanent housing campaign. Before Chief Seattle Club, Jacobs served as Grant Development Director for Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation.

Jacobs is a 2013 Fellow of the First Nations Futures Program at Stanford University. He serves as Chair of KYUK AM/TV. KYUK first began broadcasting radio in 1971, making it the first and oldest Native-owned station in the United States. He holds a Master of Public Administration from Baruch College and Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies from Canisius University. He was raised in Bethel, Alaska and Philadelphia, where he lives today.