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CCI Mechanical, LLC Enters SBA 8(a) Program

Duncan Morrison, President and CEO of CCI Mechanical, LLC (CCI-M), is proud to announce that CCI-M entered the Small Business Administration’s 8(a) program. Now federal agencies and other prime contractors in the Florida Panhandle region have a new cost effective contracting tool in their toolbox to execute mechanical services while also meeting their Small Disadvantaged Business…Read More

Kakivik Continues to Look Overseas for Expansion

Though Kakivik has been primarily Alaska-based since its inception some 15 years ago, the company has also been providing specialty inspection services for ConocoPhillips’ Australasia Business Unit since 2012, receiving a number of awards and accolades in the process. Our unique ability to detect external corrosion of insulated piping without removing the insulation has saved…Read More

Patrick Patterson Leading BBNC Shared Services Companies

BBNC is excited to announce that shareholder Patrick Patterson, who grew up in Naknek, was recently appointed as President and CEO of BBNC subsidiary Bristol Bay Resource Solutions (BBRS). Patrick has worked within the BBNC family for 15 years, serving as President and CEO of BBNC subsidiary Business Resource Solutions (BRS) in Huntsville, Alabama for…Read More

New BBNC Corporate Donation Process

Bristol Bay Native Corporation donates to a number of initiatives throughout the year. We focus on programs or events that provide benefit to as many shareholders and descendants as possible, and to those efforts that enhance our Native way of life. BBNC supports four areas: Arts and Culture: the celebration, preservation and protection of Alaska…Read More

Training Without Walls

BBNC’s Training Without Walls (TWOW) program’s mission is to develop BBNC shareholders as managers and leaders with a commitment to the advancement of the Native community. The goals of TWOW are to increase the number of shareholders prepared for managerial positions; mentor and support upwardly mobile candidates; and refine participants’ skill sets to perform more…Read More

Bristol General Contractors, LLC Employee Attends Training Without Walls Leadership Program

Katie Holden, Community Relations Specialist at Bristol General Contractors, LLC (BGC), began the Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) Training Without Walls (TWOW) Leadership Program in 2015, and while she’s learning strong lessons in leadership and management, she’s also gaining a care package full of fish from a new friend. “The people I’ve met through the…Read More

Mitch Seavey wins the BBNC Fish First Award

Iditarod musher Mitch Seavey received the Bristol Bay Native Corporation Fish First Award as the first to reach the Kaltag checkpoint in the 2016 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Seavey arrived in Kaltag at approximately 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 12, with 13 dogs. BBNC Sr. Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Scott Torrison presented…Read More

Create your eLisnga Profile!

Over the last year, BBNC has worked with Yuit, a shareholder owned company, to develop a new product to assist BBNC shareholders and Alaska Natives with opportunities to thrive. eLisnga is an opportunity connector for Alaska Natives and companies searching for skilled Alaska Natives to employ. The new website is up and running at www.elisnga.com….Read More

Village Resource Specialists

Bristol Bay Native Corporation has three in-region Village Resource Specialists (VRS) available to assist shareholders with updating their shareholder records, filling out shareholder forms, preparing resumes, searching for education and training opportunities, and other assistance they may be in need of. Faith Andrew is our VRS based in New Stuyahok. She covers the villages of…Read More

Letter from the President, Spring 2016

“If you hire good people and treat them well, they’ll do good things for you.” That’s a quote by our former chairman of the board Harvey Samuelsen. Our current chair, Joseph Chythlook, repeats it at every meeting and it’s become a mantra, an integral part of BBNC’s corporate culture. Equally important is having clear vision…Read More