DEI+B Workshop: ANCSA, an Indigenous Perspective
by Green & Gold News |
Join the College of Business and Public Policy for the next topic in our DEI+B workshop series, “ANCSA, an Indigenous Perspective,” presented by Dr. Sharon Lind. The workshop is Friday, Feb. 10, from 12-1:30 pm at Rasmuson Hall, Room 316. Lunch will be served. The workshop is limited to 30 participants. Please register.
ANCSA, an Indigenous Perspective
The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act forever changed the Alaska business landscape. The ANCSA story is often told through a policy and economic impact lens. Sharon Chilux Guenther Lind offers an Indigenous perspective to the journey to ANCSA, all through the lens of her Unangax mother, Angelina Snigaroff Guenther. ANCSA, an Indigenous Perspective provides the listener with a personal viewpoint of the journey and implementation of ANCSA.
About Dr. Sharon Chilux Guenther Lind
Sharon Chilux Guenther Lind, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of Management at the College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP) at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA). She acquired her master’s in business administration at the UAA and recently completed her Ph.D. in Indigenous Studies at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She held numerous management positions in the Alaska Native corporate world and currently sits on her Alaska Native regional and village corporation boards. Lind teaches in the minor in Alaska Native Business Management and the newly added Occupational Endorsement Certificate in Alaska Native Business Management. These program additions to CBPP included the consultation of Indigenous leaders from Alaska in both their design and delivery.
In her dissertation, Lind was able to add content to her classroom in the areas of great interest to the next generation of Alaska Native leaders: including Indigenous board service, the ANCSA story from an Indigenous perspective and more. Lind now lectures to various Alaska Native corporations on open enrollment, board compensation, and ANCSA, an Indigenous perspective.
Sharon Chilux Guenther Lind was born and raised in Alaska and is descended from the Unangan (Aleuts) of Attu and Atka, on the Aleutian Islands, the homeland of her people.