Aang Aang Shareholders & Visitors!
The Ounalaska Corporation (OC) is the Alaska Native Village Corporation for Unalaska, Alaska, formed in 1973 under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). Incorporated with 269 original Unangan shareholders, OC now works to bring value to almost 500 original shareholders and their descendants.
The Ounalashka Corporation is a for-profit corporation, with a social mission to provide opportunities for its shareholders. The corporation’s main business interests are land leasing and development. OC is the major landowner in Unalaska, where it leases land to commercial and residential clients. Additionally, OC owns and leases premium office properties in downtown Anchorage.
To continue as a prosperous corporation, through excellence in education and management, to benefit Shareholders, thereby strengthening Unangan culture, and to be the premier village corporation.
Unalaska and 351st Civil Affairs Command Awarded Civilian/Military Partnership of the Year
Unalaska and 351st Civil Affairs Command Awarded Civilian/Military Partnership of the Year Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) is a program which allows military Guard and Reserve units from all over the country to expend training resources while conducting real-world missions in locations conducive to their training requirements. This program allows them to receive world-class training, while […]
Early-Bird Prize Winners Announced!
Attention OC Shareholders! Early-Bird Prizes have been drawn! See the full list below! Elders 1st – $2,000 — Anna Jean Bereskin 2nd – $1,000 –Marlene Elizabeth McGlashan 3rd – $750 – Timothy Marion Carr 4th – $500 – John Bereskin 5th – $200 – Ernest Makary Stepetin All Shareholders 1st – $3,000 – Jon Christopher […]
AFN to be Held Virtually This Year
The Alaska Federation of Natives board of directors today decided that the 2020 Annual Convention will be virtual, citing on-going COVID-19 health and safety concerns. There will be no in-person component to the Convention, which was to be held in Anchorage at the Dena’ina Center this October.