Shareholder of the Year Awards
Each year, Doyon recognizes outstanding shareholders with Shareholder of the Year Awards. The awards are presented each year at Doyon’s annual meeting of shareholders.
Awards are presented in the following categories:
Hannah Paul Solomon Elder of the Year: Recognizes an Elder, age 55 or older, who has devoted his or her life toward the betterment of Alaska Natives. The award is named in honor of the late Hannah Paul Solomon, who dedicated her life to teaching the younger generation traditional ways.
2013 Hannah Paul Solomon Elder of the Year, Pauline Peter.
Chief Andrew Isaac Future Leader: Recognizes a person age 35 or younger, who has demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities. The award is named in honor of the late Chief Andrew Isaac, who emphasized the importance of education for youth to become leaders of tomorrow.
2013 Chief Andrew Isaac Future Leader, Ginessa Peter
Daaga’ Community Service Award: Recognizes a community or individual who shows strong commitment, competence and sensitivity in helping others to make their community a healthier and safer place to live, and whose accomplishments have directly affected Alaska Natives.
2013 Daaga' Community Service Award, Peter Captain, Jr.
Doyon Citizen of the Year: Recognizes a person who has demonstrated leadership, strong commitment, competence and sensitivity in the educational and cultural survival of Alaska Natives. Recipients may be chosen for contributions in the fields of health or education, maintenance of a traditional lifestyle, or for the example they set as parents.
2013 Citizen of the Year, Riba DeWilde
Richard Frank Military Service Award: (New award, description will be updated soon.)
2013 Richard Frank Military Service Award, Clifford Charlie
For more information, contact Colita Fiorenzi at 907-459-2016, 1-888-478-4755 ext. 2016 or email@example.com.