The state-run “Made in Alaska” program provides a relatively easy way for makers to promote the Alaska authenticity of their goods. How about getting even more local? Alaska Native corporations have launched shareholder directories that allow members and nonmembers to look up and support businesses owned by other corporation shareholders or descendants.
Energy industry executive Phil Vollands is now in charge at Koniag Energy & Water, a subsidiary of the Alaska Native regional corporation for Kodiak Island.
A subsidiary of the Alaska Native corporation for the Kodiak Island region has a new Chief Information Officer.
The Alaska Native regional corporation for Kodiak Island is expanding its portfolio of subsidiaries to include Texas-based cloud services provider Stratum.
The Alutiiq Museum and Archaeological Repository now owns the land it stands on, after a donation from Koniag, the regional native corporation for Kodiak, and the Kodiak Area Native Association (KANA).
According to Koniag President Shauna Hegna and Chugach Alaska President and CEO Sheri Buretta, it’s time to talk about the future of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trust—what it should benefit and preserve, as well as what it shouldn’t.
All together Alaska Native regional corporations reported more than $10.5 billion in revenue last year—revenue that creates opportunities; protects their lands, culture, and resources; and provides investment opportunities for the entire state and, more importantly, their shareholders.