KANA

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AcronymDefinition
KANAKodiak Area Native Association (Kodiak, AK)
KANAKashmir Affairs and Northern Areas (Pakistan)
KANAKansas Association of Nurse Anesthetists
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After returning to Alaska, she worked for the Kodiak Area Native Association and the Sun'aq Tribe before pursing an education with the aid of a scholarship from the Koniag Education Foundation, graduating from the University of Alaska Fairbanks with a bachelor's degree in rural development.
The locations served this year were the Kodiak Area Native Association and the Tanana Chiefs Conference villages of Ouzinkie, Port Lions, Larsen Bay, Karluk, Akhiok, Old Harbor Hughes, Huslia, Ruby Kaltag, and Nulato.
The fifteen-member board draws its members from the Utqiagvik, Kotzebue, Nome, Bethel, and Bristol Bay healthcare regions, as well as Southcentral Foundation, Tanana Chiefs Conference in Fairbanks, Copper River Native Association, Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium, Kodiak Area Native Association, Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, The Native Village of Eyak, Chickaloon Village, and Metlakatla Indian Community.
Alaska Communications provides the same opportunities to the Kodiak Area Native Association, a tribal health nonprofit with a presence in Kodiak and six surrounding Alaska Native villages.
In its work with the Kodiak Area Native Association, Chugachmiut, and others, Alaska Communications says it has seen--and responded to--a shift in a focus toward real-time telehealth services in rural Alaska.
Three grants of $200,000 per year for this year and the next three years were awarded each to Sitkans Against Family Violence, which serves Sitka, Kake and Angoon; Association of Village Council Presidents to serve Bethel and surrounding villages; and Kodiak Area Native Association to serve Kodiak, Port Lions, Akhiok, Karluk, Old Harbor, Ouzinkie and Larsen Bay.
The regional Native corporation will share the new office building with the Kodiak Area Native Association, each occupying separate floors as part of a condominium association.
Teuber is president and CEO of the Kodiak Area Native Association (KANA), a post he has held since 2006.
Area Natives are represented by the regional corporation Koniag Inc., as well as the non-profit Kodiak Area Native Association and local village corporations.
The Kodiak Area Native Association (KANA) is planning to build a tourist attraction on Near Island as well.