Jackson Slim Brossy

Assistant Administrator for the Office of Native American Affairs
U.S. Small Business Administration
Bachelor of Arts Public Policy, Stanford University
Graduation Year
Jackson Slim Brossy

Mr. Brossy has served as the Assistant Administrator for the Office of Native American Affairs, at the U.S. Small Business Administration. In this role, Mr. Brossy serves as a senior executive providing executive oversight, management, leadership, and championship of Native American entrepreneurship.

Before SBA, Mr. Brossy served as executive director for both the Native CDFI Network, a 501(C)(3) advocacy group. Before that he headed the Navajo Nation Washington Office, the official intergovernmental affairs office for the largest tribe in the nation. An advocate of access to capital and technical assistance for Native entrepreneurs, Mr. Brossy also serves on the board of Prosperity Now, Change Labs, and the Federal Reserve Bank’s Center for the Indian Country Development Leadership Council.

He is an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation and attended Stanford University, receiving his BA in Public Policy, and Harvard University. While at Stanford he attended Stanford in Washington.