Community-Minded Enterprises Expands Family Tuition Assistance Grant


January 19th, 2023

John Hindman
Chief Executive Officer
Community-Minded Enterprises
(509) 724-9240

Spokane, Wash. Community-Minded Enterprises (CME) welcomes Dan Sigler as the new Chief Development and Communications Officer, effective January 17, 2023. 

Sigler most recently held the role of Spokane Regional Director for Pioneer Human Services, a social enterprise that offers employment, treatment, and housing opportunities to people involved in the legal system. He brings over 20 years of experience to this new role excelling in developing innovative solutions to social challenges.

“Dan’s experience bringing together businesses, government, and community members will give him a unique perspective in this new role. His values align with CME’s mission and goals, and we are excited to have him aboard. We look forward to Dan leading our organization to new growth.” John Hindman, CEO of Community-Minded Enterprises.

Sigler holds a master’s degree in business from Gonzaga University and a master’s degree in social work from Boise State University. When taking time from his professional roles, Sigler enjoys spending time with his large family and taking advantage of the outdoor adventures offered in the Pacific Northwest, including hiking, snowboarding, and jogging.

In this new role, Sigler will oversee resource development and community engagement at CME. He will work from Community-Minded Enterprises’ North Spokane Office at 2001 N Division, Suite 130.



About Community-Minded Enterprises

Community-Minded Enterprises is a 501c3 nonprofit with four offices in Spokane and one in Pasco. It was formed as a grassroots organization in the early 1990s and incorporated 1997.


Community-Minded Enterprises transforms communities in Washington State while advancing diversity and inclusion of marginalized populations, so that all people have an opportunity for equitable health, education, and safety.

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