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ATAA | ANVCA: Forming Relationships for Rural Alaska is a conference aimed at bringing together Alaska Tribes, Alaska Native Village Corporations, and rural Alaska communities. Our mission is to foster relationships and provide a platform for knowledge sharing, networking, and collaboration to advance the interests and well-being of rural Alaskans. Our conference provides attendees with the opportunity to learn about the latest developments and innovations in their respective fields, as well as to connect with like-minded individuals and organizations dedicated to improving the lives of rural Alaskans.


ATAA | ANVCA: Forming Relationships for Rural Alaska is led by a team of professionals with extensive experience in event planning, community outreach, and program management. Meet our team members below:


Founder and CEO

John Doe is a seasoned event planner with over 15 years of experience in organizing conferences and summits. He is the founder of ATAA | ANVCA: Forming Relationships for Rural Alaska and has been instrumental in making it one of the premier events in the region.


Project Manager

Jane Doe is a skilled project manager with a background in community outreach and engagement. She is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the conference and ensuring that all aspects of the event run smoothly.


VP Marketing

Michael Smith is a marketing expert with a passion for promoting events and causes that make a difference in people's lives. He leads the marketing and communications efforts for ATAA | ANVCA: Forming Relationships for Rural Alaska, helping to spread the word about the conference and attract attendees from across the region.


VP Accounts

Sarah Jones is a seasoned finance professional with experience in managing budgets and financial reporting. She oversees the financial operations of the conference, ensuring that all expenses are accounted for and that the event stays within budget.

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