Mr. Brossy is a citizen of the Navajo Nation with experience as a management consultant for tribal governments and tribally-owned businesses as well as a Native American policy advocate. As a management consultant, Mr. Brossy focused financial and accounting advisory work on behalf of Native American tribal governments and tribally-owned enterprises. Mr. Brossy most recently served as a Senior Associate with Upper Mohawk, Inc. a Native-owned federal contractor. He has worked on several engagements on behalf of tribal governments, tribally-owned enterprises, large national not-for-profit Native American advocacy organizations, and the federal government. Mr. Brossy has significant experience conducting financial deal due diligence, strategic planning, business strategy optimization and accounting for tribal governments, budgets and enterprises. Prior to work in the private sector, Mr. Brossy worked at the National Congress of American Indians advancing economic development policy. He worked on tribal bond issuance and tax parity and gaming legislation among other issues. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Stanford University where he studied economics, statistics and public policy. He earned a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School where he studied business and government policy. He is To’aheedliinii, grew up on the reservation, and is a graduate of Red Mesa High School.