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NANA Shareholders Elect 2020 Board of Directors

During NANA’s Annual Meeting of Shareholders, held today in Kivalina, Alaska, NANA shareholders voted to elect seven directors to the NANA board. Newly elected directors Gary Hadley and Crystal Johnson and incumbents Nellie Sheldon, Bonita Barr, Myra Wesley, Alex Sheldon Sr., and Lance Kramer will each serve three-year terms.  Continuing NANA board members include: Hendy…

NANA Board Declares Emergency Advance on 2020 Dividend in Response to COVID-19

To support our shareholders and their families who are facing economic hardships during the COVID-19 pandemic, the NANA board of directors voted to declare an emergency advance of a portion of the 2020 regular dividend of $2.50 per share to be distributed on April 22, 2020. “Part of NANA’s mission is to improve the quality…

In-Region NANA Office Closures

To support public health efforts in the NANA region, NANA headquarters in Kotzebue is closed to the public. We continue to offer shareholder services electronically and by appointment. Beginning today, NANA’s village offices are closed until further notice. We encourage NANA shareholders to email shareholderrelations@nana.com or call (907) 442-3301 or (800) 478-3301 (toll-free) if you…

Message to NANA Shareholders from Board Chair and President and CEO

Dear shareholder, We know that many of you have questions during this uncertain time – questions that seem as though they should have an immediate answer. The board and senior management team are evaluating ways NANA can help support you and are doing so in a manner that is wise, thorough and aligned with our…

Red Dog Implements Plan to Hunker Down

Throughout decades of production, Red Dog Mine has been a source of stability for NANA shareholders, three generations of employees, our 11 regional communities, the Northwest Arctic Borough, and Alaska Native corporations throughout the state. These groups are the very ones we seek to protect in our response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Recognizing concerns…

Message to NANA Shareholders from Board Chair and President and CEO

Dear shareholder, News regarding COVID-19 continues to evolve at a rapid pace. NANA is adapting hour-by-hour and remaining flexible as our response adjusts and changes. Our main priority is the health and safety of our people – shareholders, employees and customers. As a corporation, we are following the guidance of federal and state officials, as…

Shareholder Services During COVID-19 Outbreak

NANA headquarters in Kotzebue and our village offices remain open, though with limited, in-person services to shareholders. Shareholder relations coordinators in the NANA region are temporarily restricting the following services immediately: Home visits Onboarding/drug testing Non-NANA business in NANA offices All social gatherings One-on-one, in-region meetings with shareholders must follow social distancing guidelines (maintaining six…

Anchorage Office Closure

NANA continues to monitor news of the COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) outbreak. To support public health efforts, NANA offices in Anchorage are currently closed to the public. We encourage NANA shareholders to email shareholderrelations@nana.com or call (907) 265-4100 if you have any questions or need assistance. All other inquiries can be sent to info@nana.com.

Anchorage Office Closure

NANA continues to monitor news of the COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) outbreak. To support public health efforts, NANA offices in Anchorage are currently closed to the public. We encourage NANA shareholders to email shareholderrelations@nana.com or call (907) 265-4100 if you have any questions or need assistance. All other inquiries can be sent to info@nana.com.

Message to NANA Shareholders on the Annual Meeting

Like much of the world and many of you, NANA has been closely tracking news of the COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) outbreak. On Wednesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, and on Friday evening, state officials announced the first confirmed case of the coronavirus in Alaska. As always, our main priority…