Chugach Alaska Corporation releases new video series

Thursday, January 28, 2016

(Anchorage, Alaska) – Chugach Alaska Corporation (Chugach) recently unveiled a new Chugach Region video and Chugach Employee video, the first in the company’s new video series designed to educate audiences on the cultural underpinnings of the Chugach region and corporation.

The Chugach Region video can be viewed here. Weaving in our historical foundation under the federal government’s Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) in 1971 – as well as our shareholders’ cultural ties to the region's land, water and wildlife – the video aims to share a piece of Chugach’s story that will resonate with audiences worldwide, whether you’re a Chugach shareholder in Alaska, an employee in Hawaii, or a customer in Alabama.

A second Chugach Employee video can be viewed here, which describes the history of our corporation, business philosophy and core employee behaviors and values.

The videos were filmed in conjunction with our partner, Alaska Channel.

About Chugach Alaska Corporation:
Established in 1972 under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), Chugach Alaska Corporation exists to serve the interests of the Alaska Native people of the Chugach region through profitability, celebration of our heritage and ownership of our lands. We represent more than 2,500 Aleut, Eskimo and Indian shareholders, and we work to provide opportunities through responsible management of our lands, businesses and assets. Chugach strives to fulfill its mission by serving as a good owner of operational businesses that provide wide-ranging services for federal and commercial clients including facilities management and maintenance, construction, technical and IT, oil and gas and education services. Learn more at