NANA is an Alaska Native Corporation formed in 1971 as a result of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA).
NANA works to improve the quality of life for its shareholders, the Iñupiat of Northwest Alaska.
The NANA region encompasses 38,000 square miles in Northwest Alaska and includes 11 communities.
NANA is a 100 percent Iñupiat-owned corporation with more than 13,500 shareholders.
NANA is a shareholder-managed corporation guided by an elected board of directors and a skilled senior management team.