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In 2000, a study commissioned by the three major Fairbanks-based Native organizations: Doyon Ltd., Tanana Chiefs Conference and Fairbanks Native Association, showed that this foundation runs deeper than even the participants realized.
That same study showed the Tanana Chiefs Conference as the second-largest private employer in Fairbanks, with Fred Meyer third, Houston-NANA joint venture fourth and then Fairbanks Native Association, followed by Fairbanks Gold Mining Co., which operates the Fort Knox gold mine, according to Neal Fried, a state labor economist.
In the Interior, two Fairbanks-based Native nonprofits are on the state's top 100 list of Alaska employers: Tanana Chiefs Conference and Fairbanks Native Association. Together, they employ nearly 900 people and provide services for Alaska's vast Interior.
A study Doyon commissioned in late 2000 with the Tanana Chiefs Conference and the Fairbanks Native Association showed that payroll and spending by Native organizations adds more than $300 million annually to the Fairbanks economy.
They helped found the Fairbanks Native Association, and Mary Jane went on to become co-chair of the Alaska Federation of Natives and a member of the University of Alaska Board of Regents.
This partnership of private and public entities has a motto, "Off the Street and Into Treatment." The core leadership of the program has come from Fairbanks Native Association, Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center, Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, Fairbanks Police Department and Fairbanks Community Mental Health.
We owe a special thank you to Doyon, Limited, along with the Tanana Chiefs Conference, Fairbanks Native Association, Interior Regional Housing Association, Denakkanaaga, Inc., and Jana Peirce at Information Insights, Inc.
Doyon, Limited, along with the Tanana Chiefs Conference, Fairbanks Native Association, Interior Regional Housing Association, and Denakkanoaga, Inc.
He points to four projects within the city itself, including a $5 million to $6 million outpatient addition to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, a three-story hotel for $8 million to $9 million, a two-story substance-abuse center addition to the Ralph Purdue Building funded by the Fairbanks Native Association, and the MLH Manor, a three-story apartment complex for the elderly.
Northern Inua and the Alaskaland Native village are two such endeavors already in motion, and the Fairbanks Native Association, a non-profit organization serving Natives in the Fairbanks North Star Borough, also is venturing into tourism activities.
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