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Welcome back to business, some things have changedAlaska agency provides businesses tools to effectively communicate safety changesANCHORAGE, Alaska—It’s safe to say “return to work” doesn’t mean return to normal. The world has shifted, businesses are quickly adapting, and so will the ways they communicate with customers and clients. Thompson & Co. Public Relations is providing local businesses a boost with new service packages designed to provide efficiencies, assurances and relief using communications
Anchorage, Alaska – People helping people, the credit union philosophy, has never wavered as Alaska USA Federal Credit Union puts its members, employees and the markets it serves as top priority during the COVID-19 pandemic. From implementing an informative website and support services to members, to providing flexible remote work and/or paid leave options to meet the needs of employees, Alaska USA is committed to ensuring members and employees receive the same level of service, value and convenience during
Olympic gold medalist Kikkan Randall is the newest member of The Alaska Club board of directors. Randall is a longtime member of The Alaska Club and her deep knowledge of Alaska and its people, along with her commitment to family, is a perfect fit with The Alaska Club’s core values. Kikkan will bring her unique and extensive perspective on training, physical fitness and personal health to The Alaska Club’s management team.“I’m excited to begin working with The Alaska Club board of directors,” said Randall.
BP is investing more than $280,000 in UAA’s College of Engineering and the Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (ANSEP) in 2019, benefitting not only current university students, but also elementary school students and engineering professionals supported by the college’s extensive programs. “At UAA, we’re training the next generation of our state’s workforce,” said Dr. Kenrick Mock, Interim Dean of UAA’s College of Engineering. “Partnerships like this allow us to expand our impact and support the