Culture as Corporation – Juneau Empire

Culture as CorporationNANA shareholders adapt corporate life to the ways of the people. By LORI THOMSON, THE JUNEAU EMPIRE

At 23, Jimmy Baldwin, has racked up a sum of money most villagers only dream about. He’s poured about $100,000 into his snowmachine shop in Kiana by working behind the steering wheel of a front-end loader at the Red Dog zinc mine, owned by NANA Regional Corp.

For people such as Baldwin, NANA is fulfilling one of its main goals: offering work to shareholders. That’s especially important in the region’s 11 villages in northwest Alaska, where jobs are scarce and groceries are expensive…



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