Creating Opportunity, Sustaining Culture

We know that what we do at NANA today will create a better tomorrow for future generations of shareholders. At NANA, we operate under a tribal social contract - we work for the good of the group. We have an obligation, as an Alaska Native Corporation, to improve the quality of life for shareholders and to create a viable economic base that the shareholders of tomorrow can build upon.

While NANA works to create meaningful economic opportunities that benefit shareholders, we do so to sustain traditional Iñupiat way of life and cultural values. By working to develop village economies, employ and train shareholders, support important social and cultural programs, and preserve our language - NANA is ensuring that shareholders, and our culture, will not merely survive into the future - but thrive.

Village Economic Development

Social and Cultural Programs