Sunny mountain view on a lake in Alaska.

Senior Management

Liz Qaulluq Cravalho

Vice President, Lands

    Liz Qaulluq Cravalho is NANA’s vice president of lands, responsible for providing strategic leadership and management for programs that focus on the subsistence use, environmental protection, and enhancement of NANA lands and resources for use by shareholders and local communities.

    A NANA shareholder from Kotzebue, Liz’s experience includes advocating for Alaska Native corporation participation in the Small Business Administration 8(a) Program, supporting strategic partnerships, community engagement, engaging in Arctic policy and advancing Indigenous representation.

    Liz currently serves as an industry member on the U.S. Arctic Research Commission, an independent federal agency that advises the president and Congress on domestic and international Arctic research. Previously, Liz served on the Alaska Arctic Policy Commission for two years, during which she provided recommendations to the Alaska Legislature on Arctic policy matters.

    Liz holds a Master of Science in organization development from American University and a bachelor’s degree in history from Colorado College.