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Doyon, Limited Names New Vice President of Lands

Jun 12, 2023 | Alaska Native, Right Moves

Doyon, Limited

The new Vice President of Lands at the Alaska Native regional corporation for the Interior is Molly Redilla. Promoted from the position of Lands and Natural Resources Specialist IV, Redilla has been with Doyon, Limited since November of 2022 and has overseen the Carbon Forestry Project.

Redilla has a PhD in forestry and spatial ecology from Michigan State University, where she previously earned her bachelor’s degree in fisheries and wildlife with a concentration in wildlife biology and management. She was a postdoctoral research fellow at North Carolina State University, where she researched ways to help stop the spread of invasive insects.

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Prior to joining Doyon, Redilla led the collection of various environmental data products across Alaska’s taiga and tundra. She has been working in this field for twelve years, studying forest health and ecology and modeling landscape changes across space and time.

“We are excited to promote Molly into this role,” says Doyon President and CEO Aaron Schutt. “As Doyon is the largest private landowner in Alaska and the largest indigenous landowner in the nation, this role is critical to Doyon’s mission of strengthening our way of life and protecting and enhancing our land and resources.”

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