Alaska Peninsula Corporation Promotes Brad Angasan to VP Corporate Affairs
Alaska Peninsula Corporation
Brad Angasan, APC’s new VP Corporate Affairs.
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The Alaska Peninsula Corporation, the Alaska Native Village Corporation of South Naknek, Port Heiden, Ugashik, Kokhanok and Newhalen is pleased to announced the promotion of Brad Angasan to VP Corporate Affairs.
Brad is an APC shareholder and has been with the family of companies for more than 11 years. He has attended Western State College of Colorado, and University of Alaska-Fairbanks, School of Management. Brad’s career began with APC as a Project Manager at Wētaviq LTD, a wholly owned subsidiary. Since then, he has served at various executive management levels at other APC subsidiaries involved in government contracting for transportation management, and construction services. He has 20 years management experience in both the non-profit and for-profit sector.
In 2016, Brad transitioned to APC corporate headquarters to fill the role of Business Development Manager. On December 11th, 2017, Brad was promoted to Vice President of Corporate Affairs where he will oversee executive direction of corporate business development, land resources management and shareholder relations.
APC is excited for Brad’s energy as an executive staff member, and looks forward to his management expertise and continued leadership as we proceed to advance our corporate strategy.
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