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The Foraker Group on behalf of Alaska Federation of Natives Alaska $200,000+
Executive Full Time

Job Details

President |Alaska Federation of Natives |Anchorage, Alaska The Position: President Alaska Federation of Natives seeks a dedicated leader to serve as its next President and as a statewide, national, and international ambassador for Alaska Native people. AFN is an organization always evolving to meet the changing needs of Alaska Natives, while keeping central to its identity the intention of AFN to bring together the Alaska Native community as one voice. AFN’s next President will be responsible for strengthening this sense of unity while working to protect and advance Alaska Native peoples’ inherent rights and self-determination. The ideal candidate will be a humble leader with executive experience, working knowledge of the systems, processes, and strategic approaches required to effect federal and state policy change, and an accomplished record of impact in advocating to protect and advance Alaska Native interests. The Organization Alaska Natives’ unique model of self-determination and tribal governance includes a constellation of federally recognized tribes, ANCSA village and regional corporations, regional nonprofits, and tribal consortiums that work together to protect inherent rights and advance Alaska Native peoples' self-determination through economic development, protection of traditional ways of life, and various social and cultural programs and services. The Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) is the largest statewide Native organization in Alaska that brings a unifying voice to Alaska Native issues and opportunities statewide, works to protect Alaska Native self-determination and tribal governance, and hosts the largest annual gathering of Indigenous peoples in North America. Its membership currently includes 209 federally recognized tribes, 185 ANCSA village corporations, nine ANCSA regional corporations, and ten regional nonprofit and tribal consortiums that contract and compact to run federal and state programs. AFN is governed by a 38-member board, which is elected by its membership. Application Process The salary range is $225k to $300k annually, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Alaska Federation of Natives provides competitive benefits. To learn more and apply, please visit: For questions, contact Christine Woll, lead recruiter, at Communications will be treated in confidence and resumes will be accepted until the position closes on April 15. Resume reviews begin immediately. Alaska Federation of Natives is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender identity, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law. AFN gives preference in employment opportunities to shareholders and descendants of shareholders of Alaska Native Corporations that are members of AFN and to members of tribes that are members of AFN.

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