Sitnasuak Native Corporation (SNC) is pleased to announce that Ms. Heather Spear-Morris is the new Vice President of Human Resources.
Ms. Spear-Morris joined our team on June 19, 2018 and will be based in Anchorage, Alaska. She will oversee and develop human resources functions for SNC and its subsidiary companies including Bonanza Fuel and Express, Nanuaq, Sitnasuak Applied Technologies, Fidelity Title Agency of Alaska and Mat-Su Title Agency.
Ms. Spear-Morris shared, “I am excited to have joined the Sitnasuak management team. I look forward to working with and supporting our employees and doing what I can to further the many benefits Sitnasuak provides with our Shareholders and descendants. One of my professional goals is to employ best practices that will attract and retain talent in multiple industries that Sitnasuak operates while executing on strategies to meet or exceed corporate goals.”
Ms. Spear-Morris has over 22 years of experience in human resources, primarily with Alaska Native Corporations (ANCs) and with utility companies on the East Coast. She recently worked fifteen years with Calista Corporation in human resource development including shareholder training and development, benefits administration, collective bargaining negotiations, and supporting high performing teams to work effectively that produced increased revenues across the company. Ms. Spear-Morris currently serves as the Board Secretary for the Alaska Process Industry Career Consortium (APICC), President of the Business and Professional Women – Chinook Chapter, and Board Chair of Maritime Works.
About Sitnasuak Native Corporation
SNC is headquartered in Nome, Alaska, with operations in Nome, Anchorage, Wasilla, California, Virginia and Puerto Rico. Sitnasuak’s family of companies and brands include Bonanza Fuel, Bonanza Express, Fidelity Title Agency of Alaska, Mat-Su Title Agency, Nanuaq, Mocean, SNC Technical Services, Aurora Industries and Sitnasuak Applied Technologies. SNC is one of the Alaska Native village corporations created in 1971 under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). Today, SNC is the largest of 16 village corporations in the Bering Straits region with over $134 million in annual revenues. SNC is owned by almost 2,900 Alaska Native shareholders. For additional information on Sitnasuak as well as our business products and services, please visit our web site at www.snc.org or like our Facebook page www.facebook.com/Sitnasuak/.