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Perkins Coie is pleased to announce that Michael O’Brien has joined the firm in Anchorage as a Senior Counsel in the growing labor and employment practice.
First Alaskans Institute announced the hiring of Melissa Silugngataanit’sqaq Borton (Sugpiaq) as its Indigenous Advancement Director.
Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Corri A. Feige confirmed the appointment of Tom Stokes as Director of the Division of Oil & Gas.
Coffman Engineers welcomes two new members to the Anchorage electrical engineering instrumentation and controls department.
Coffman Engineers promoted Rob Wasserman to Department Manager for Anchorage’s new Project Management group. Coffman Engineers has been providing…
Calista Corporation announced the promotion of shareholder Tisha Neviq’aq Kuhns to Vice President of Land and Natural Resources.
The Alaska Native Heritage Center has hired Emily Keneggnarkayaaggaq” Edenshaw (Yup’ik/Iñupiaq) as Executive Director.
Alaska Communications named Laurie Butcher Chief Financial Officer. Butcher, who joined Alaska Communications in 1997, has served as senior vice…
After an extensive search, Perseverance Theatre hired Leslie Ishii for the role of Artistic Director.
Russell Gingras, EIT, recently joined R&M CONSULTANTS as a Staff Engineer in the firm’s Utilities Group. Gingras will assist with planning and design…
PND Engineers is pleased to announce the following new hires. Don Brown has joined PND’s CAD group in Anchorage. Brown earned a bachelor’s degree…
Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska announced the hiring of Jamie Shanley as Child Care Administrator for the Tribe’s new Little…
In This Issue
Medicaid was enacted by the federal government in 1965 to pay for certain healthcare services for low-income families with dependent children and the aged, blind, and disabled. Though federally mandated, states share the cost of the program with the federal government, and each state creates and manages its own Medicaid plan, subject to federal approval.”