Alaska Tribal Broadband Hires New Chief Operating Officer

Apr 20, 2022 | Right Moves, Telecom & Tech

The new Chief Operating Officer at Alaska Tribal Broadband (ATB) is Brad Angasan, most recently the president of Alaska Peninsula Corporation.

“Brad possesses the leadership qualities and skills we desire at ATB, especially with our focus on serving Alaska Native communities. His ability to bring resources together and his depth of knowledge on Alaska Native affairs and the Alaska business environment will be a significant asset to our growing company,” says CEO Harold Johnston.

Angasan attended Western State College of Colorado and the UAF School of Management. He has more than twenty-five years of management experience in for-profit and regional nonprofit sectors. At Alaska Peninsula Corporation, he oversaw all aspects of corporate affairs for the company that jointly serves the villages of Kokhanok, Newhalen, Port Heiden, Ugashik, and Angasan’s hometown of South Naknek.

Alaska Tribal Broadband is a Native-owned telecom company formed with the single purpose of establishing and improving internet broadband throughout rural Alaska. ATB was formed in 2019 and is headquartered in Anchorage.

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