Founder - Native American Advancement Foundation


David M. Warmack

Only 11 years old, David’s passion for philanthropy and education began as a young student at Tucson Hebrew Academy.  As a young child, he enjoyed visiting his mother’s childhood home in the village of Gu Vo, on the Tohono O’odham Reservation and learning about his heritage from his grandmother in her native language. Upon realization that the children in his village had access to very few books, David was inspired to develop a way to share his love of learning with his community.  Thus, at the age of 7, David began soliciting his parents for help in establishing The Native American Advancement Foundation.

David currently resides in Texas with his parents.  He enjoys going to the Reservation, computers, reading, swimming, and spending time with his dog Rez.