“As more people are vaccinated, we could see more Americans ready to travel—and travel safely—this summer,” writes a group of visitor bureau leaders. “But as you’ve no doubt seen, Alaska’s tourism businesses face a lot of challenges between now and recovery. As Alaskans working in tourism, we have our work cut out for us.”
A lot has changed since APD’s humble beginnings as a one-man department in 1921.
Cathy Sandeen, outgoing UAA chancellor, speaks of the deep ties UAA has to the community.
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.
Chugach Alaska Corporation President and CEO Sheri Buretta supports a proposal for the remaining $150 million in the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trust that would allow for permanent restoration work in the spill zone—and is calling on the public to make their support heard as well.
Northern Air Cargo General Manager Gideon Garcia shares his insight on how UAA’s aviation programs are supporting the state’s workforce and businesses.
SBA Pacific Northwest Regional Administrator Jeremy Field stresses the importance of supporting small businesses this holiday shopping season.
Former Senator Mark Begich shares views on the importance of continued investment in downtown Anchorage even (and especially) in these tough times.
“Every nonprofit in this state is nervous about the future. If we are going to recover, we will need more community support than ever. That means we need to defeat Ballot Measure 1,” says Flora Teo, president of Junior Achievement of Alaska.
Local manufacturing businesses and jobs have experienced a resurgence in recent years that needs to continue for our state’s livelihood and connection to the global economy.