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  • ANSC: Ramos
    Teik Weidi Brown Bear She is member of the Mt Saint Elias Dance Group of Yakutat Alaska In high school she represented Sealaska youth and was elected by her peers as chair of the Alaska Federation of Natives Youth Council In 1994 and 1995 she completed two workshops held at Ellamek Elicaraq Summer Camp that focused on Aerospace and Biology In 1996 and 1997 she received multiple year awards and

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  • ANSC: Steptin
    I met local Elders from the Northwest Region representatives from the NationalScience Foundation and scientists performing various research projects in the region I learned the roles and interactions of these organizations and saw how changes would better serve the Native people of Alaska I also learned of the challenges that are in the future for the Board and Alaska However after spending three days with the Board members and staff

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  • ANSC: Students
    Download ANSC Internship Application Internship and Scholarship Opportunities Home Communities Researchers Key Issues Students Publications About us Contact us Sitemap Alaska Native Science Commission P O Box 244305 Anchorage Alaska

    Original URL path: http://www.nativescience.org/students/index.html (2016-02-09)
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  • ANSC: Cochran
    of the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies at the University of Alaska Anchorage Executive Director of the Alaska Community Development Corporation Local Government Program Director with the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Director of Employment and Training for the North Pacific Rim Native Corporation Chugachmiut Ms Cochran has served as Chair of the American Indian Alaska Native Native Hawaiian Caucus of the American Public Health Association Science Advisor to the Arctic Research Commission Member of the Alaska Global Planning Team Member of the Science Steering committee for the National Science Foundation Human Dimension of the Arctic System Advisory Committee Member for NSF Office of Polar Programs Program Chair for the Indigenous Program of the International Congress on Circumpolar Health Treasurer and Governing Council Member of the International Union for Circumpolar Health Member of the National Native Science Education Advisory Council Member of the National Research Council Committee on Managing Wolf and Bear Populations in Alaska and Committee on Cumulative Environmental Effects of Alaskan North Slope Oil and Gas Activities Board Member of the American Society for Circumpolar Health President of the Albrecht Milan Foundation Board President of the Abused Women s Aid in Crisis center Member of the Southcentral Native

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  • ANSC: Merculieff
    Director of the Department of Public Policy and Advocacy in the Alaska RurALCAP As Director Larry led the largest subsistence rights march in Alaska s history and emceed the subsistence rally after the march The march was instrumental in protecting Alaska Native subsistence rights that were legally contested by the State of Alaska to fish for salmon along Alaska s rivers Additionally Larry successfully led a four year effort to gain federal and state recognition of Alaska Native subsistence rights to halibut throughout coastal Alaska Larry is co founder and former chairman of the Alaska Indigenous Council on Marine Mammals former chairman of the Nature Conservancy Alaska chapter the former co director of the Native American Fish Wildlife Society Alaska chapter co founder of the International Bering Sea Forum Alaska Forum on the Environment and the Alaska Oceans Network Larry served as the chairperson for the Alaska Sanitation Taskforce and co chair of the Federal State Taskforce on Rural Sanitation to bring support for running water and flush toilets to over one hundred Alaska Native communities Related to the Bering Sea issues Larry served on the National Research Council Committee on the Bering Sea Ecosystem and was one of four Native Americans to present at the White House Conference on the Oceans during the Clinton administration Close to Larry s heart are issues related to cultural and community wellness traditional ways of living Elders and the environment Having had a traditional upbringing Larry has been and continues to be a strong voice advocating the meaningful application of traditional knowledge and wisdom obtained from elders in Alaska and throughout the world in dealing with modern day challenges As the Coordinator for the Bering Sea Council of Elders Larry works with some of the most revered Elders from seven regions throughout Alaska

    Original URL path: http://www.nativescience.org/about/merculieff.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • ANSC: Edtl
    exchanges between Alaskan and Russian professionals from all over the state She has worked as a clinical nurse as well as administrative management positions for various health care organizations Ms Edtl has worked as a consultant with the Alaska Native Science Commission since its formation as a non profit organization in 1992 She is currently employed as the Business and Program Manager She is a member of the American Public

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  • ANSC: Oh
    could ve been easiily prevented by a safe and effective vaccine Leslie channeled her grief towards raising awareness about hepatitis B by empowering communities to take action in health prevention developing culturally responsive campaigns and providing access to free screenings and vaccinations While she received a Masters degree in Health Communications from Harvard School of Public Health she founded The Hepatitis B Initiative and consulted for the Navajo Nation s Chinle Comprehensive Health Care Facility on partnering traditional Navajo medicine and Western medicine She graduated as an Albert Schweitzer Fellow and received the first Julius B Richmond Young Leader in Public Health Award for outstanding dedication to the health and well being of the community and demonstration of initiative and advocacy in public health In addition she also received the first National Award for Excellence in Public Health Leadership the Sun Memorial Award for exemplifying a commitment to improving the health and well being of people in underserved populations and the Schweitzer Award for reverence for life From 1999 2004 Leslie worked at the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion with the Secretary of Health and Surgeon General s staff of the U S Department of Health and Human Services and served as Federal Liaison to the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders She developed an expertise on designing user centered web sites specifically for special populations winning awards such as innovate community engagement in improving healthfinder gov for special populations outstanding service in leading the evaluation of healthfinder gov and outstanding Surgeon General s web site Leslie worked with multiple Native organizations the ones in Alaska were Alaska Native Medical Center Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Alaska Native Science Commission Southcentral Foundation across the United States to develop healthfinder s American Indian and Alaska Native

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  • ANSC: Peters
    that most Americans do not experience I cherish my childhood memories of Ruby Upon graduation from High School Aaron joined the Air Force where he was trained as a Police Officer Aaron held a top secret clearance at one of the biggest nuclear storage facilities in the world in Albuquerque New Mexico Aaron credits the military for teaching him self discipline control responsibility and worldly views After leaving the military Aaron worked for Alyeska Pipeline Service Company in Valdez Alaska for one year He always knew he wanted to obtain a college degree and decided to enter the Biology Program at the University of Alaska Anchorage UAA in fall of 2001 After two years in the biology program Aaron decided to change his degree program to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology He has always been interested in helping people and the medical field seemed like the right path to take He volunteers and is involved with numerous Native events at UAA in the Anchorage Native community and the Doyon Region Aaron encourages all young people to step out of their box of comfort zone A good challenge is what all young people

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