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At Alaska Business, we are aware of many business and community events taking place around the state. So below we’re happy to provide our readers with as much information as we can about statewide plays, festivals, fundraisers, workshops, lectures, debates, conferences, conventions, business meetings, and whatever else may pique our interest—or yours.


Because of public efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and following the guidance of national and local leaders, many events are cancelled, postponed, or revamped for online attendance; we are keeping this calendar updated as we are made aware of changes.

As efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 are ongoing, please follow the health and safety advice of local leaders, including wearing face coverings and practicing social distancing; be conscientious and prioritize your safety and the safety of others.

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AFN 2021 Convention

December 13 - December 15

AFN's annual convention serves as the principal forum and voice for the Alaska Native community in addressing critical issues of public policy and government.

AOGA Conference: Progress and Pathways

January 12, 2022

Join AOGA as it delves into hot-button issues that will impact Alaskans and the energy economy for years to come.

2021 ATIA Annual Convention

January 18, 2022 - January 20, 2022

Join the Alaska Travel Industry Association for a hybrid in-person and virtual conference with industry specific insights and networking opportunities.

Alaska Business Hall of Fame

January 20, 2022 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Join 600 of Alaska’s top business leaders to celebrate the past, present, and future of Alaska business at the annual Business Hall of Fame fundraiser, benefiting Junior Achievement of Alaska.

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Alaska Business Magazine December 2021 cover

In This Issue

Voices of Healthcare: Professional Perspectives

December 2021

"I think there’s been a change in culture, and I think Alaska has been a little bit more progressive in promoting women,” says Ella Goss, CEO of Providence Alaska Medical Center (PAMC). Goss started working at Anchorage’s largest hospital in 1997 as an ER nurse and rose through the ranks of management. Providence has intentionally promoted female leaders from within, she says, developing their potential because the talent pool in Alaska is so small due to the state’s population.