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This profile was last updated on 1/10/15  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Ms. Ana Hoffman

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  • bachelor's degree , psychology
    Stanford University
  • master's degree , rural development
    University of Fairbanks
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The first was Ana Hoffman, ..., 10 Jan 2015 [cached]
The first was Ana Hoffman, the president and CEO of Bethel Native Corporation (the first woman ever to hold that title) and co-chair of the Alaska Federation of Natives. She's also a Democrat, who donated $1,000 to Mallott pre-merger.
Y-K Delta — Alaska Federation of Natives, 15 June 2014 [cached]
Ana Hoffman
Ana Hoffman
Board Co-Chair
Ana "Cungass'aq" Hoffman is an "after born. Born after 1971 she was not eligible to enroll as a shareholder during the implementation of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. She became a shareholder of Bethel Native Corporation in 1996 by inheriting shares from her late mother and now serves as the company President/CEO. Ana was born and raised in Bethel and graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Psychology in 1995. She continued her education at home through the University of Alaska Fairbanks distance delivery program and obtained a teaching certificate in 1997 and a Master's Degree in Rural Development in 2002. Ana worked for the Alaska Court System as a Cultural Navigator and District Court Magistrate and was known for conducting court hearings in Yup'ik. In 2005 she began working for Bethel Native Corporation as the Chief Operating Officer and in 2006 the Board of Directors hired Ana as the first shareholder President/CEO. She continues to serve in this capacity. From 2010 to 2013, Ana served as the Y-K Delta Villages representative for AFN. She is currently serving her first term as Board Co-Chair. Ana believes that the AFN Board brings together tribes, corporations, villages, and non-profit organizations to provide members with a unified voice to advocate for rights and protections of Alaska Native people across the state and throughout the nation.
Ana is married to Stosh Hoffman and they are raising their sons in Bethel.
Halford and Hoffman will ..., 12 Nov 2014 [cached]
Halford and Hoffman will co-chair a transition team for Walker and Mallott, who are currently the leaders in the race for Alaska governor, in which a vote tally has not yet been finalized.
While carefully avoiding a victory declaration, leading gubernatorial candidate Bill Walker announced the co-chairs of his transition team Wednesday afternoon -- former two-time Alaska Senate President Rick Halford and Bethel Native leader Ana Hoffman.
Reflecting the blended political theme the two candidates stressed during their campaign, Halford is a Republican, Hoffman a Democrat.
Halford and Hoffman said they plan to explore policy issues surrounding 17 topics, many of them hot-button issues in Alaska like subsistence, rural justice, climate change, health care, wildlife management and fisheries.
Hoffman, 40, chief executive and president of the Bethel Native Corp. and co-chair of the Alaska Federation of Natives, is an advocate of rural development, among other issues. She's fluent in Yup'ik.
Halford also acknowledged that the transition tasks for him and Hoffman sounded less than clear.
Gov-elect Byron Mallott is Ana ..., 1 Nov 2014 [cached]
Gov-elect Byron Mallott is Ana Hoffman, executive and president of the Bethel Native Corp. and co-chair of the Alaska Federation of Natives. She read a statement Sunday said the public transition process was designed as a "collaboration" and "to create a vision for Alaska."
That vision represents a significant shift. Starting with this sentence: "We should identify best practices and utilize tribal structures to capture the values in our state," Hoffman reported.
- "We have covered the entire spectrum from education to oil and gas and we recognize there are greater economic development opportunities ahead for Alaska," Hoffman said.
Ana Hoffman - CEO, ..., 24 Oct 2013 [cached]
Ana Hoffman - CEO, Bethel Native Corporation
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