NANA Appoints Four Individuals to New Positions

May 21, 2018 | Alaska Native

Nana Corporation

NANA Regional Corporation recently appointed four individuals to new positions within its family of companies in addition to John Hendrix stepping in to the role of president of NANA’s Commercial Group.

Harold Hollis
CREDIT: NANA CORPORATION

Harold Hollis has been selected for the new position of vice president, engineering and construction within NANA’s Commercial Group. Hollis will be accountable for Kuna Engineering in addition to NANA Construction. He is an Alaska certified professional engineer (PE) with proven experience in engineering and construction management.

Jay Hermanson
CREDIT: NANA CORPORATION

Jay Hermanson has been selected to lead Kuna Engineering as the operations manager. Hermanson has worked within NANA companies for 14 years in various roles including director of energy and infrastructure, energy and resources project manager, and business development manager.

Fred Elvsaas
CREDIT: NANA CORPORATION

Fred Elvsaas has been selected as the general manager for NANA Construction. Elvsaas, a lifelong Alaskan from Seldovia, has been with the company since 2009 and has 18 years of oilfield construction and fabrication experience.

Märit Carlson-Van Dort
CREDIT: NANA CORPORATION

Märit Carlson-Van Dort has been hired as the director of external and government affairs for NANA. Carlson-Van Dort has extensive background in external affairs including regional engagement, client relations and engaging with legislative and regulatory bodies.

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