John Agnaquk Lincoln is NANA Regional Corporation, Inc.’s vice president of Lands. John, a NANA shareholder from Kotzebue, is responsible for managing lands owned by NANA, working to protect shareholder subsistence rights and resources, and developing and implementing land use programs that are beneficial to the region and the Corporation.
Prior to his current position, Lincoln worked in Maniilaq Association’s Information Technology Department, specializing in network infrastructure, server virtualization, and Microsoft server technologies such as Active Directory and Exchange.
Lincoln serves on the Native Village of Kotzebue Tribal Council and is Chairman of the Board for Maniilaq Association, Northwest Alaska’s regional tribal organization. He also represents Maniilaq on the Alaska Federation of Natives Board of Directors, where he is Chairman of the Subsistence Committee.
Lincoln holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from Stanford University with a focus in Management Science and Public Policy through the Science, Technology and Society program.