Kiana Carlson – Ahtna Support and Training Services, LLC Kiana Carlson has joined the Ahtna Special Forces as an Intern for Ahtna Support and Training Services (ASTS) working out of Ahtna’s Anchorage office. Her parents are Vernon and Susan Carlson and her grandparents are Bud and Edna Carlson (paternal) and Donna and Bob Ericksen (maternal)…. Read more »
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Peter Ewan, AEI Peter Ewan, Marketing Communications Specialist with AEI, was accepted into the leadership program at the Alaska Humanities Forum as part of the LA23 Cohort. To quote their website, “[t]hrough a series of ten rigorous monthly sessions of interviews, speaker presentations, readings, and group activities, participants learn about the current issues and challenges… Read more »
We encourage support of Ahtna shareholder-owned businesses by highlighting their products and services in the Kanas and on the Ahtna website. Shareholders can take advantage of this free promotion for their business by completing a short online form at www.ahtna.com/shareholders/shareholder-businesses. Native Construction Management Native Construction Management Inc. is a full-service commercial and residential builder, providing… Read more »
We hope you have been enjoying your Ahtna wall calendar that was mailed in December. We are holding another youth artwork contest for our 2021 wall calendars and are extending the entry period this year. The theme is: Our Culture Unites Us; Our Land Sustains Us; Our People Are Prosperous. Contest winners will have their… Read more »
Below are answers to some frequently asked questions regarding revenue sharing under ANCSA 7(i) and 7(j). What are Section 7(i) payments? ANCSA requires each of the 12 Regional Corporations to share 70% of the net profits they receive from developing the natural resources in their regions with the other Regional Corporations. These shared revenues, called… Read more »
Jason G. Ashenfelter Jr. Accounting Department, AI Jason Ashenfelter Jr. has joined the Ahtna Special Forces as an Accounting Intern working out of Ahtna’s Anchorage office. His parents are Jason and Amber Ashenfelter and his grandparents are Ken and Leona Johns. He grew up in Copper Center, Alaska and is currently living in Anchorage. He… Read more »
All Ahtna shareholders and their families are welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be served. Thursday, October 17, 2019 5:30-7:30 pm Wedgewood Resort Borealis Ballroom 212 Wedgewood Dr, Fairbanks, AK If you have questions about the reception, please call Carlene Pete at (907) 822-3476 or (907) 205-1334 (cell).
Taliylah Daja Lamae Patrick Human Resources Department, AI What made you want to intern with Ahtna and what excites you about the internship? I wanted to learn more about Ahtna, and I am excited to learn how Ahtna helps and supports shareholders. What knowledge or skills do you hope to gain through the internship? I… Read more »
Our biggest asset is our employees and their commitment and diverse expertise is what propels us. Below are photos submitted by some of our shareholder staff. As Ahtna team members, they help to actively shape a company culture that supports innovation, dedication and high performance.
Shareholder Enrichment staff was available at the Annual Meeting to assist shareholders with registering for the MyAhtna portal and were able to help 85 shareholders with signing in and enrolling! There are many perks and benefits of registering with the portal and one is that you can submit news for the Kanas directly through the… Read more »