Agnetha “Jaime” Gloshay is a Program Manager at Roanhorse Consulting (RCLLC), an Indigenous Woman owned firm that has over 30 years of combined work co-creating efforts that put people at the center by lifting existing solutions and curating resources to catapult leaders. Jaime administers RCLLC’s diverse initiatives focused on thoughtful access to capital within Indian Country and is leading 2020 Census efforts for the urban Native community & Navajo Nation in New Mexico. Jaime is also a Co-Founder of Native Women Lead and supports in key efforts in partnership development, advancement, program design, evaluation, and policy. She is a 2020 Boston Impact Initiative fellow focused on building a fund specifically designed for Indigenous women social enterprises and is part of the first cohort of the Coaching for Equity & Transformation in New Mexico coach certification program by Leadership that Works.
In 2019, Jaime won the Real Leaders/Seed Conference “Angel Tank” Social Enterprise & E3ABQ pitch competitions. She was also appointed by New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham to serve as a Commissioner of the State Complete Count Commission where she serves as Chair of the Tribal subcommittee. Before joining RCLLC, she was a Community Loan Officer at Accion- New Mexico, establishing their Native lending program. Jaime is a 2018 Opportunity Finance Network fellow, a national fellowship, with the goal of ensuring equitable investment in underserved and disenfranchised communities in the Community Development Financial Institute (CDFI) industry.
Jaime believes her leadership came to fruition when she served as a Regional Technician serving as a liaison between the Federal Government and N.M. Tribes and eventually lead the 2010 Census enumeration for the Navajo Nation where she oversaw the recruiting of over 7,200 people and at peak operations directed a workforce of over 3,600 while managing a budget over $7 million dollars for the largest mobilization and operation in the U.S. Jaime is a citizen of the Navajo, White Mountain Apache, and Kiowa Nations and mother of three residing in Tiwa Territory. Jaime holds a B.A. in Native American Studies & Political Science and an M.P.A. with a focus on Nonprofit Management from the University of New Mexico.