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Native American Contractors Association eyes new director

The Native American Contractors Association is seeking a new executive director following the departure of Jim Gray.

Gray, the former chief of the Osage Nation, joined NACA in June 2011. He is leaving to work as the spokesperson for Bill John Baker, the new principal chief of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.

"I feel so fortunate to be asked to come back to Tahlequah to do what I can to assist Chief Baker, his administration and the Cherokee Nation," Gray said in a statement, The Muskogee Phoenix reported.

NACA is based in Washington, D.C. The organization placed a job notice on Indianz.Com today.

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