Native Village of Eyak

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The Native Village of Eyak has announced Kerin Kramer as the new Executive Director

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Screenshot 2014-11-04 19.41.32  The Native Village of Eyak has announced Kerin Kramer as the new Executive Director.

“It is with great pleasure we announce the appointment of Kerin Kramer as our Executive        Director. She has worked for us many years and has demonstrated the leadership qualities we need   for this position. Congratulations Kerin.”

Kramer is a lifelong Alaskan, having been born in Cordova and raised in Point Ashton on the    southwestern portion of Prince William Sound. Her father was born in Juneau and moved to    Cordova in 1960. She and husband Dean Kramer Sr. both attended Cordova High School, as well as their two sons, Dean Jr. and Casey.

Over the past 13 years, Kramer has worked at the Native Village of Eyak in many capacities, including Human Resources and various other management positions. Prior to her years at NVE, she was Executive Director at the Cordova Chamber of Commerce and spent many years in the administration office of Mt. Eccles Elementary.

“I look forward to continuing the growth and success that NVE has seen progress over the years. We strive to achieve preservation of culture, education, traditional resources and the goals of the Tribe.”