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Renowned Activist and Oglala Sioux Tribal Member, Lynn Rapp Joins the Native American Venture Fund (NAVF) as an Advisory Board Member and General Partner

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Member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, former Senior Investment Banker with Morgan Stanley is Connecting the Dots Between Social Impact and Capitalism for NAVF

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updated: Sep 11, 2017


Lynn Dee Rapp, an enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, a former longtime investment banker with Morgan Stanley and former chairperson of the National Congress of American Indian’s Finance and Investment Committee has joined the Advisory Board of Native American Venture Fund (NAVF).

Ms. Rapp, was born in the Pine Ridge Reservation and combines over 3 decades of experience in financial services, economic and community development. After advising family offices, institutions and high net worth individuals as a SVP with Morgan Stanley’s private client group, she expanded her roles within both finance and…

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