Don Gray (Atqaqsaq Kious) has joined Ukpeagvik Iñupiat Corporation (UIC) as the New Director of QHSET
Don Gray, new Director of QHSET at UIC.
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Don Gray (Atqaqsaq Kious) has joined UIC as the new Director of QHSET. He is responsible for the administration of UIC’s Quality, Health, Safety, Environmental and Training programs. Mr. Gray is a seasoned QHSET professional with 15 years’ of experience leading various operating units across North America. Most recently, he served as the Vice President of QHSET with ASRC Energy Services. Mr. Gray currently chairs the industry advisory board for the University of Alaska and has served on the Board of Directors for Volunteers of America and the Alaska Workers Compensation Board. Mr. Gray attended Davenport College in Grand Rapids, MI, where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Health Care Administration and an Associate’s degree in Applied Science Emergency Medical Services. In addition, he completed the Harvard Business School Program for Leadership
UIC is the Alaska Native Village Corporation of Barrow, Alaska and provides social and economic resources to over 2,500 Iñupiat shareholders and their descendants. Since its establishment, UIC has diversified its investments and consistently ranks among the top largest Alaskan-owned companies (Alaska Business Monthly). UIC has over 3,400 employees and provides services to clients in a variety of industries, including operations in Barrow, construction, architecture and engineering, regulatory consulting, information technology, marine operations, logistics, and maintenance and manufacturing. More information about UIC and its family of companies can be found at www.uicalaska.com.