Ahtna Announces New VP of HR
Anchorage, Alaska – Ahtna, Incorporated is pleased to announce that Doug Miller will join the Ahtna management team as Vice President of Human Resources.
Doug comes to Ahtna from the Alaska Native Tribal Heath Consortium where he served in a variety of roles from human resource director to chief workforce officer over a span of 10 years. During this time, he provided leadership and oversight over all human resource programs in an organization that consisted of over 2,200 employees. Doug brings 16 years of progressive human resources experience to Ahtna, and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Education and a Master of Business Administration in Human Resources.
Doug’s extensive knowledge and experience in all areas of human resources, especially with Native organizations, will add great value and benefit to the Ahtna family of companies and Ahtna’s shareholders.
Doug is married to Maureen Miller with 2 children and 3 grandchildren. He is a lifelong Alaskan and loves to play hockey, go fishing, and sports cars.
Ahtna, Incorporated is one of 13 Alaska Native Regional Corporations formed under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971, and is based out of Glennallen, Alaska. The company currently has more than 1,800 shareholders, the majority of whom are of Ahtna Athabascan descent, and employs more than 1,600 workers worldwide. A premiere Alaskan-owned business, Ahtna, Incorporated is guided by its vision statement: “Our Culture Unites Us; Our Land Sustains Us; Our People are Prosperous.”
Ahtna Netiye’, Incorporated is the business holding company for Ahtna, Incorporated. Netiye’ is an Ahtna Athabascan word that means “our strength.” Ahtna Netiye’ manages and oversees the business operations of Ahtna’s subsidiaries, providing strategic direction and corporate structure stability aimed at long-term growth and success.
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Posted: March 4, 2014