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Ahtna Kanas Spring 2023

Online Shareholder Resources

Ahtna offers a variety of online resources to shareholders. Below is a listing of Ahtna sites that you can bookmark for future use.

Online Voting System:

Proxy voting for the 2023 Ahtna election will opened on April 28, with the easiest voting method being the eProxy website. Shareholders were mailed a unique shareholder PIN on April 21 to be used for logging in. You will want to store these credentials in a safe place for reference — with them you can vote your proxy for the election of directors, view candidate videos and statements, and watch the Annual Meeting live stream. If you have misplaced your PIN, you can look it up at or contact the Inspector of Elections (Swalling & Associates, P.C.) at

MyAhtna Shareholder Portal:

MyAhtna is a free, online resource that provides shareholders easy access to a wealth of information. Shareholders can conveniently update contact information, view and print financial history, view information about shares owned, view and print tax information, view and update information for minors and wards of custodians, view and print stock wills, sign up for text alerts, opt-in to receive materials such as the Kanas electronically, and RSVP for events.

Contact Shareholder Services at or (907) 822-3476 for MyAhtna portal login assistance or questions.

Job Application Site:

To seek a position at Ahtna, you must apply online. Simply click on the “Apply for Job” button at the bottom of each job summary. You can submit a resume by uploading and attaching it to an online application.

For log in assistance, contact Human Resources Recruiter Linda MacCubbin at or (907) 868-8250.

HOPE Programs:

In 2019, the Ahtna Board of Directors launched the HOPE (Helping Our People Excel) Program with a primary goal of getting more shareholders employed and gaining work experience. The investment in our people and their ability to secure full-time employment is a priority.

If you are interested in any of the HOPE programs highlighted below, or are looking for educational, training or career assistance, please email or contact Tracy Parent in Anchorage at (907) 868-8250 or Starr Knighten in Glennallen at (907) 822-3476.

Walter Charley Memorial Scholarship:

The Walter Charley Memorial Scholarship (WCMS) Program provides funding to assist Ahtna shareholders in meeting their higher educational goals. The priority of the WCMS is to help support direct educational expenses for college, including tuition, student registration fees, course-required books/supplies, and other school-related expenses.

Ahtna Vocational Scholarship:

The goal of the Ahtna Vocational Scholarship Program is to enhance shareholder careers through funding for vocations and trade schools such as heavy equipment operator, Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), cosmetology, HVAC/refrigeration, painting, and veterinarian technician. Upon approval, up to $12,000 is available for tuition to be paid directly to the training program. If your program costs more than $12,000, other financial aid programs can be recommended to help cover the difference.

Resume Assistance & Interview Coaching:

Let us help you create a professional resume, sharpen your interview skills, and gain job application assistance. Shareholders can submit their resume to the Shareholder Enrichment department for review before applying for a job, or request assistance creating one. Shareholder Enrichment also offers interview skills coaching and preparation tips and assistance with creating or updating LinkedIn profiles and cover letters.

Career Assistance Program:

The Shareholder Enrichment Career Assistance Program provides Ahtna shareholders with funding to assist with pre-employment preparation, job improvement, and training. This program has provided funding for professional licensing in fields such as real estate, Certified Public Accounting (CPA), asbestos abatement, and medicine. Financial assistance is provided for apprenticeship training and related expenses such transportation, lodging, relocation costs, initial union dues, work clothing, and gear.