My parents are Milton and Maggie Cross. My dad is from Kotzebue and my mom is from Elim (below Nome). It’s a pretty little village, very scenic. My mom is one of 14 kids; I have a lot of cousins.
NANA Development Corporation President, Helvi Sandvik, discusses importance of the Native 8 (a) program in the Anchorage Daily News.
NANA Development Corporation President, Helvi Sandvik's letter to employees regarding the McCaskill hearing.
The State of Alaska Legislative Budget & Audit committee recently approved 77 recommended projects in round one of the Renewable Energy Fund process. More than $16.5 million dollars were approved for projects in the NANA Region.
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – Apr. 24, 2009 – NANA Development Corporation (NANA) launched its new Web site this week with the hopes of increasing and capturing opportunities across the diverse NANA family of companies. The site, www.nana-dev.com, breaks down NANA’s range of capabilities into industries, services and companies to aid site users in navigation and research based on their corporate level of interest.
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – Apr. 5, 2009 – NANA Development Corporation (NANA), an Alaska Native Corporation, is kicking off two (2) training programs and two (2) key events to connect NANA shareholders with outstanding training, education and employment opportunities during the month of April for NANA Shareholder Development Month.
NANA would like to offer a different view regarding the recent EPA study on Red Dog Mine than the Jan. 29 Daily News presented. The headline, which focused on subsistence harvests, missed the real news in the study.
NANA/Colt Engineering announced today they are changing their name to NANA WorleyParsons, effective immediately. “The name change reflects the power of the NANA WorleyParsons partnership,” said Allan Dolynny, NANA WorleyParsons president.
Santa wasn’t the only visitor to NANA Services Kaneohe Bay (K-Bay), Hawaii operations this holiday season. The award-winning U.S. Marine Corps mess hall team and NANA Services’ team was treated to a surprise visit by President-Elect Barack Obama as he dined with troops at the USMC Base at K-Bay on Christmas Day.