Ahtna (pronounced “Aht-na”)
Ahtna, Incorporated is one of 13 Alaska Native Regional Corporations established by Congress under terms of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971. Based in Glennallen, Alaska, Ahtna, Inc. is owned by more than 2,000 shareholders, the majority of whom are of Ahtna Athabascan descent. Many Ahtna shareholders still reside in the Ahtna region, the traditional homeland of the Ahtna people.
As an Alaska Native and shareholder-owned corporation, Ahtna, Inc. is committed to its vision and mission statements, with the goal of preserving, strengthening, and enhancing a cultural identity that has existed for thousands of years. Ahtna’s efforts are focused on providing a broad range of opportunities for shareholders, continued business growth and diversification, and effective management of all Ahtna resources.
Ahtna 50th Anniversary: Our Past, Our Future
We would not be where we are without the wisdom and guidance of our Elders and early leaders. They instilled in our minds that our lands are our corporation’s most precious gem. Respect and care for the land and it will provide.
Wise stewardship of Ahtna lands and responsible economic growth for future generations of Ahtna people.
Our culture unites us; our land sustains us; our people are prosperous.
We appreciate our connectedness to all.
We are one team, one Ahtna.
Safety first, the right way, everyday.
We exceed expectations through excellence.
We do the right thing.