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Miriam Kaniak Aarons

Director Corporate Communications

Bering Straits Native Corporation

HQ Phone:  (907) 443-5252

Direct Phone: (907) ***-****direct phone

Email: m***@***.com

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Bering Straits Native Corporation

P.O. Box 1008

Nome, Alaska, 99762

United States

Company Description

Bering Straits Native Corporation (BSNC) was formed in 1972 as the regional Alaska Native Corporation for 6,333 original shareholders under authority of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. The Bering Straits region encompasses the majority of Alaska's Sew...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Corporate Communications Specialist

Cook Inlet Region Inc


Owner and President

Kaniak Communications


Corporate Communications Manager

CIRI


Affiliations

INUPIAQ Inc

Membership Program Coordinator


Columbia University

Membership Program Coordinator


Alaska Native Heritage Center

Board and Membership Program Coordinator


Education

B.A.

Political Science

Columbia University


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Donation Policy - Bering Straits Native Corporation

Miriam Aarons
Address: 4600 DeBarr Road, Suite 200, Anchorage, AK 99508-3126 Phone: 907.334.8341 Email: Miriam.aarons@beringstraits.com


Contact - Bering Straits Native Corporation

Miriam Aarons
3301 C Street, Suite 400 Anchorage, Alaska 99503 Ph: 907.334.8341 media@beringstraits.com


Contact - Bering Straits Native Corporation

Miriam Aarons
4600 DeBarr Road, Suite 200 Anchorage, Alaska 99508-3126 Ph: 907.334.8341 media@beringstraits.com


Anchorage’s Haven Harris and Miriam Aarons named as 2014 Native American “40 under 40� award recipients | NCAIED

Anchorage's Haven Harris and Miriam Aarons named as 2014 Native American "40 under 40" award recipients
Haven Harris, a member of the Nome Eskimo Community, and Miriam Aarons, a member of the Inupiaq, are among the 2014 award winners to be honored during a gala at the leading Native American business event in the country, taking place at the Potawatomi Hotel and Casino in Milwaukee. "The future of Indian country will be shaped by exceptional leaders such as Haven and Miriam who have proven their unrelenting dedication to enhancing the lives of those around them. Miriam Aarons is currently the Corporate Communications Director for the Bering Straits Native Corporation, where she is responsible for brand management, public relations, coordinating media communications and assisting in the oversight of the BSNC's charitable giving efforts. She has also worked with Cook Inlet Region, Inc., Alaska Native Heritage Center, and the Municipality of Anchorage. Aarons earned her B.A. in Political Science from Columbia University in New York.


http://juneauempire.com/state/2014-10-05/keynote-speakers-come-together-afn

Mao Tosi, left, and Miriam Aarons, shown at the Little Susitna River, will be the 2014 Alaska Federation of Natives co-keynote speakers during the event held in Anchorage in October. Michael Dinneen | For the Alaska Journal of Commerce
Mao Tosi, left, and Miriam Aarons, shown at the Little Susitna River, will be the 2014 Alaska Federation of Natives co-keynote speakers during the event held in Anchorage in October. A horrific crime brought Miriam Aarons and Mao Tosi together. On Oct. 23, the pair of community organizers will share a message of collaboration as co-keynote speakers at the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention in Anchorage. "I never thought in a million years I would ever be an AFN co-keynote speaker," said Aarons, 32. The 37-year-old Tosi is of Samoan descent. A former professional football player for the Arizona Cardinals, Tosi grew up in Anchorage and said being asked to headline the state's premier Native gathering is an honor he is proud of and thankful for. Both prefer to talk more about their message and less about their uniqueness among AFN keynotes - Aarons for her age and Tosi for his background. When Aarons heard news of a May 2013 double murder and sexual assault in Anchorage's Mountain View neighborhood, she immediately wondered what she could do for the family, the community. A mutual acquaintance of the two encouraged her to reach out to Tosi. After a simple Facebook message, the Stop the Violence car wash and block party was arranged just two days later. More than 1,500 people showed up for the event to draw attention to Alaska nonprofit organizations that offer assistance to victims of violent crimes, Aarons said. Aarons admits to already having some jitters at the thought of standing before the AFN crowd, particularly because she feels a "pretty big responsibility," she said. However, she hopes that with Tosi's help, a can-do message comes through. "Really, one of my underlying messages is that I'm just a regular person," Aarons said. "Before I teamed up with Mao I was just a lady pregnant with twins and I happened to have a little bit of faith in my idea and I teamed up with the right person and that was really the key to making something happen." A Bering Straits Native Corp. shareholder and the company's communications director, Aarons said her employer's flexibility and support are imperative to some of the volunteer work she does. "I'm thankful I work for a company that encourages its employees to get out in the community and do things," she said. She plans to encourage other companies to do the same in her speech, which she hopes can be kept rather informal. If Miriam can do it you can as well; if I can do it you can too," Tosi said. "Taking pride in our community is what I've always represented and continuing to share that message is what I'm going to do. I'm really excited to work with Miriam again and to get this message across that we're here to rise as one."


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