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ANRCAlaska Native Regional Corporation
ANRCArkansas Natural Resources Commission (Little Rock, AR)
ANRCAffiliated National Riding Commission (equestrian education)
ANRCAutoritatea Nationala de Reglementare in Comunicatii (Romania)
ANRCAmerican National Red Cross
ANRCAnimal Nutrition Research Council
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[section][section] 1606-07 (2000) (requiring the creation of Alaska Native regional corporations and village corporations to oversee the distribution of money and land received in the settlement of Alaska Native claims).
Much like CIRI's shareholders came to Anchorage, so have many of the other Alaska Native regional corporations. They've established offices and operations and contributed vastly to the growth of Anchorage, making it a more sustainable community.
* Kompkoff, Gabriel, CEO, Chugach Alaska Corporation, Corporate 100, Alaska Native Regional Corporations, Top 49ers
(CIRI), one of Alaska's twelve Alaska Native regional corporations with more than 8,800 shareholders, TCF is one of several programs offered through Alaska Native Corporations (ANCs) and other Alaska Native entities that provide educational and training scholarships to high school graduates.
And Alaska Native Regional Corporations are allocating timberland to a lucrative carbon credit program.
In 2016, the twelve operating Alaska Native regional corporations reported gross revenue of about $8.2 billion, down slightly from $8.5 billion in 2015.
"During my search to invest in and acquire a small business, I had discussions with board members and executives of Alaska Native regional corporations. The [Alaska] Native leaders I spoke with envisioned opportunities for Alaska Natives to develop management and leadership skills in a small business competitive marketplace in order to be successful in a competitive non-8(a) world, particularly healthcare."
There are twelve Alaska Native regional corporations that represent Alaskans and a 13th covering non-resident Alaska Natives.
Two Alaska Native regional corporations are exploring in previously undiscovered basins near Glennallen and Nenana.
Marleanna Hall is the Executive Director for the Resource Development Council for Alaska, Inc., a membership-funded organization comprised of individuals and companies from Alaska's oil and gas, mining, timber, fishing, forestry, and tourism industries, as well as all twelve land-owning Alaska Native Regional Corporations. For more information visit
BSNC was one of the smaller Alaska Native regional corporations when Schubert joined its board in 1992.
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