Kodiak, AK – Koniag is excited to welcome a new company to our Energy and Water Sector. We have acquired Big G Electric & Engineering with an eye toward continued economic growth in Alaska. Based in Soldotna, Big G is a major electrical services provider whose clients and projects range from the Kenai Peninsula to the … Continued
Congratulations to our 2020 Koniag Elder of the Year, June Pardue! June was nominated by our Shareholder committees. The nomination said, “she is a renowned Alutiiq and Inupiaq artist from Kodiak Island. She is a very active traditional artist, mentor, and is very active in the community.”
Congratulations to the 2020 Koniag Youth of the Year to Bayley Rowland! In addition to being engaged with the Kodiak Alutiiq Dancers since she was a preschooler, this youth “assists her mom and grandparents with everything from picking berries, cleaning freshly caught deer, fish or seal to gathering grass from the beach to basket weave. … Continued
The 2020 Koniag Annual Meeting of Shareholders scheduled for October 3, 2020 will be held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To watch the virtual webcast on the day of the meeting, log in to the My Koniag Shareholder portal at https://mykoniag.koniag.com to access the link. The meeting will begin at 9:30 AM Alaska Time. … Continued
2020 Shareholder Proxy packets are in the mail and on their way to Shareholder’s homes. You don’t have to wait, however. The Annual Report, Proxy Statement, Candidate Speeches, and meeting presentations are available for your review on the My Koniag Shareholder Portal
Cama’i Koniag family, Koniag is dedicated to ensuring the health and safety of our Shareholders & Descendants. Given the current COVID-19 health crisis, we have made the difficult, but necessary decision to cancel this summer’s Shareholder Picnics in Kodiak, Anchorage, and Seattle. We make this decision with the safety of our communities, and particularly of … Continued
Announces any Tribal Relief Funding awarded to Koniag will support Shareholders and communities Kodiak, Alaska – Koniag is committing $50,000 to support in-region needs, particularly food security, related to COVID-19. This follows region-wide meetings with tribes, village corporations, and non-profits in the Kodiak region to seek guidance on the greatest needs. Earlier this spring, Koniag … Continued
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