NANA Regional Corporation
NANA Regional Corporation, Inc. (NANA) is an Alaska Native corporation formed in 1972 as a part of the Alaska Native Lands Claim Settlement Act.
As owner or partner of a diverse set of companies, NANA is one of Alaska's largest and most significant corporations. NANA owns the Red Dog Mine, which has the richest concentration of zinc ore known in the world. Its diverse operations stretch from the Arctic Circle to Antarctica, from the continental United States to the Pacific.
NANA has more than 2,000 employees, many of them Iñupiat shareholders of the corporation.
NANA is committed to creating job opportunities for shareholders. Its sole purpose is to provide for the economic and cultural well-being of its owners – the Iñupiat people who originated in Northwest Alaska. Headquartered in Kotzebue, NANA serves several business sectors, including government contracting, engineering, management services, oilfield services, mining services, hotel management and tourism. The diversity of NANA's business operations is a part of our strategy to invest in business enterprises that provide the greatest benefit to our shareholders.
NANA Regional Corporation website