Our People

About Our People

The Ninilchik Village Tribe is the modern Alaska Native tribe of most of the southern Kenai Peninsula. Its descendants trace their roots from ancient peoples within its tribal boundaries. The tribe’s governing organization, the Ninilchik Traditional Council (NTC), is the presiding body over tribal affairs and maintaining tribal sovereignty. Headquartered in Ninilchik, the Ninilchik Traditional Council provides services and outreach for both tribal members and the public residing in tribal boundaries.

Board of Directors

Executive Director

Departments & Staff

Elections

Employment & Volunteers

Ivan Z. Encelewski

Executive Director

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Ivan Z. Encelewski is a tribal member who serves as the Executive Director for the Ninilchik Traditional Council and oversees the executive branch of all NTC departments and services. He has over 20 years of experience working in the NTC organization including 6 years in the Tribal Services department before first becoming Executive Director in 2001. He is also a shareholder of Cook Inlet Region, Inc. and Ninilchik Native Association, Inc.

Ivan was born in Soldotna, Alaska and is a father of three. While growing up in Ninilchik he attended Ninilchik School where he graduated as valedictorian in 1995. He has also studied at the College of Engineering and Technology at Northern Arizona University and business administration and law and Alaska Native studies at Kenai Peninsula College. Ivan has also earned certificates in numerous vocational trainings for tribal governance, business, and human resources. Additionally to seasonally being a local commercial fisherman throughout his life he has been employed by production companies Peak Oilfield Service and Halliburton.

Being experienced in Alaska Native governance, Ivan is a current board member as the Ninilchik representative to the regional non-profit Cook Inlet Tribal Council and a board member of the Alaska Native Justice Center. He has also previously been on the NTC Board of Directors, and has served on the board of directors for the Alaska Federation of Natives, the Alaska Native Health Board, the Cook Inlet Treaty Tribes, and the Alaska Native Tribal Judicial Council.

The main issues Ivan works in support of are enforcing the Ninilchik tribe’s subsistence rights and empowering tribal values and community health by supporting efforts to combat addiction and provide access to mental health care. He strives to encourage younger tribal members to maintain an active role in tribal activities and affairs on any level they are able to perform in order to ensure the tribe’s strength in the future. Ivan fosters leadership and looks forward to seeing the next generation continue to give the tribe a renewed sense of identity and permanence.

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Board of Directors

R. Greg Encelewski

President

Current Ninilchik Traditional Council President Greg Encelewski is a Ninilchik elder and has been active in tribal governance and issues for more than 40 years. He is also a commercial fisherman and has an over 25 year long career with Conoco Phillips. In addition to his work with the Ninilchik Tribe he also serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Ninilchik Natives Association, Inc., and is a member of the South-central Regional Advisory Council of the Federal Subsistence Board. Greg is also a retired veteran from the Navy where he served in the US Navy Construction Battalion. Among his goals and visions for the tribe are protecting indigenous rights for all Native people, creating a tribal land base for cultural development, and attaining greater economic independence. Having four sons, seven grandchildren, and a great grandchild he is dedicated to working for subsistence rights for future generations to be able to use the resources of their land.

W. Dean Kvasnikoff

Vice President

Dean Kvasnikoff is a Ninilchik-born tribal elder who is a strong advocate for subsistence rights in Ninilchik. In addition to being active in traditional activities he has had a long career in construction and industrial projects including 13 years with the Alaska Railroad. He has also received licensing from the US Coast Guard. Currently he owns and operates private contractor Alaska Native Resource Consulting on the Kenai Peninsula for Cook Inlet Region, Inc. projects. Dean has two children, five grandchildren, and six great grandchildren, and hopes to preserve and revitalize traditional ways of life for generations to come.

Jamie Leman

Director

Tribal elder, Jamie Leman was born in Fairbanks and taught school in Fairbanks, Anchor Point, and Ninilchik for over 30 years and was a KPBSD Teacher of Excellence in 2008/2009. Jamie has a Masters Degree in Secondary Education, a Bachelors Degree in Regular and Special Education and has served on the NTC Board in the past. Jamie has three daughters, four granddaughters and one grandson and will work hard to maintain a high level of excellence in the Tribal Government and to ensure its continued success for future generations of the tribe. It is important to know where we came from, who we are, and to ensure continued education and opportunities looking forward.

Eric Kvasnikoff

Director

Tribal Elder, Eric Kvasnikoff was raised as a young boy in the Ninilchik Village. As he says, “I have always had a deep respect and love for my people and my community.” Eric is a semi‐retired fisherman who was raised by a lifelong hunter, trapper, and fisherman. Eric said that his father deeply ingrained in him the great need to continue and always fight for our hunting and fishing rights. Eric supports this very strongly and loves Ninilchik.

Whitney Schollenberg

Secretary & Treasurer

Whitney Schollenberg was born in Homer, Alaska and holds a Bachelor of Science in Media Arts degree from Eastern Oregon University. She grew up in Ninilchik where she worked on her family’s set net fishery and graduated from Ninilchik High School. Whitney currently lives in Ninilchik and is now a stay-at-home mother of one, and she also operates her own professional photography business. With her experience as program assistant at the CIRI Foundation, Whitney has witnessed what tribal and native organizations can accomplish and she encourages the involvement of young people in tribal activities and governance. She would like to work on emphasizing the role of education for not only tribal members but the local community as a whole.

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Elections: Self-Governance by the People

Who do we elect?

The Ninilchik Traditional Council carries out elections for:

  • The NTC Council (Board of Directors)
  • Tribal court judges (currently inactive)
  • and any resolutions, initiatives, or amendments requiring a vote of the tribal membership

The Role of a Voting Tribal Member

The definition of a voting tribal member is defined in Article VII of the Ninilchik Tribal Constitution as follows:
“Tribal members must be registered to vote in order to participate in any election of the Ninilchik Tribe. Only enrolled, full members who are direct, lineal descendants of families with ancestral ties to the village of Ninilchik, who are eighteen years of age or older and who reside within the State of Alaska shall be eligible to register to vote pursuant to provisions of the election ordinance. Other enrolled, full tribal members who do not have ancestral ties to the village of Ninilchik but who are registered to vote on August 17, 2004 shall be eligible to vote in all future tribal elections in accordance with provisions of the election ordinance. Tribal members who no longer reside in the State of Alaska shall lose their status as registered voters and are not eligible to vote.”

When and How to Vote

NTC Elections are held once a year prior to the Annual Meeting of the Tribal Membership and are conducted by mail-in ballot with a deadline of the second Monday of November. Results are posted by the Election Committee and are made official if uncontested after the deadline to contest.
All voting tribal members are encouraged to routinely maintain their contact information with the Tribal Services department in order to promptly receive important election material including notices and ballots.

Council Election Cycle

Council seat terms are three years and staggered over three cycles, which means there is at least one council seat up for election each year.

Current Election Cycle:

2017-2020: R. Greg Encelewski, W. Dean Kvasnikoff
2018-2021: Jamie Leman
2019-2022: Whitney Schollenberg, Kenny Odman

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Admin & Maintenance Department

Shelley Self

Deputy CEO
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Admin Staff

Amber Kim
Admin Secretary-Receptionist

Maintenance Staff

Eric Hanson
Facilities Manager
Hunter Cooper
Maintenance Laborer
Amos Mahoney
Assistant Maintenance Laborer
Grey Wilson
Health Campus Custodian
Dave Nordeen
Maintenance Laborer
Nancy Pulliam
Assistant Maintenance Laborer

Finance Department

Maria Goins, B.Ed

Chief Finance Officer
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Finance Department Staff

Darla Bradley
Administrative Assistant
Kelly Emerson
Procurement/Contracting Officer
Melissa Lancaster
Secretary/Receptionist Fill-in
Natalia Taeschner
Procurement Officer/Contracting Officer Assistant
Sebastian Appelhanz
Administrative Assistant

Tribal Services Department

Christina Pinnow

Tribal Services Director
cpinnow@ninilchiktribe-nsn.gov

Tribal Services Staff

Alicia Morris
Social Services Specialist
Jamie Oskolkoff
Education Coordinator
Mikylah Pinnow
Tribal Services Assistant

Housing Department

Bob Crosby

Housing Director
bcrosby@ninilchiktribe-nsn.gov
(907)567-3313

Bob Crosby has been directing the Ninilchik Tribe’s housing programs for over 18 years and is experienced with housing policies as they are shaped by demographics, economics, and the health of the environment. He has seen numerous new homes and housing projects through the stages of needs outreach to concept, construction, and completion. As an advocate for those with housing needs, Bob works to give people a sense of ownership and responsibility that leads to personal and family fulfillment, which in turn benefits our communities’ health as a whole.

Resource & Environment Department

Darrel Williams

Resource & Environment Director
darrel@ninilchiktribe-nsn.gov

Health & Community Department

Janet Mullen

Tribal Health Director (RN, BSN)
jmullen@ninilchiktribe-nsn.gov

Janet obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in 1995 at American International College in Springfield, Massachusetts. She started in pediatric home health, working with high risk newborns and children who needed 24-7 in-home care.

Janet moved to Bethel, Alaska in 1997 and worked for the Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation as Home Care Director, traveling to over 20 villages in the YK Delta until 2002. She moved to Anchor Point in 2002 and worked for South Peninsula Hospital as their Home Health Director until 2011, when she was hired as the Tribal Health Director for Ninilchik Traditional Council.

Janet enjoys golf and numerous other outdoor activities with her German Shepherd in her leisure time.

Community Clinic Medical Staff

Dr. Tamar Marcotte
Doctor of Osteopathy (DO)
Maricel Folkert
Community Health Aide (CHA/MA/PBT)
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Maricel has been a Medical Assistant and Phlebotomist since 2008 and been involved the medical field for 11 years, most recently achieving Community Health Aide certification in 2018. Maricel received training from the University of Alaska Anchorage and the Alaska Native Medical Center (ANTHC).
 
Maricel dotes upon her pets and garden which keep her leisure moments extremely busy.

Mattie Cobb
Medical Assistant/CHA (NREMT‑P)
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Mattie grew up in Ninilchik fishing, hunting, and raising animals. Through high school, she volunteered with Ninilchik Emergency Services and grew to love the field of emergency medicine. In 2013, she left for school in South Carolina and attended Greenville Technical College. She obtained her paramedic certification and associates in emergency management in 2016. She immediately found a job in Greenville and worked as a night shift paramedic for 4.5 years. She drove from South Carolina back to Ninilchik to return to her hometown with her fiancé and 4 big dogs. She is currently volunteering at NES once again, enjoys the outdoors, and loves exploring Alaska with her family and dogs!

Olivia Delgado
RN
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Olivia graduated from Ninilchik High School in 2018. She earned her AAS in Nursing in 2021 from the University of Alaska Anchorage. After acquiring her nursing license, she began working at Ninilchik Community Clinic as a Registered Nurse. She is at the forefront of the COVID vaccination effort in the community and will continue her work as a vaccine coordinator for the clinic. Olivia enjoys providing hands-on care and working alongside clinical staff to promote wellness in the community. Olivia is fond of spending time with her friends and family, loving on her dog, reading books, and exploring the outdoors.

Stacy Beck
FNP
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Stacy Beck has been in the medical field for 22 years -18 as a nurse and five as a nurse practitioner. After being Outside for 10 years, she moved back to Alaska and has taken on a nurse role once again. Stacy graduated as a nurse from Seattle Pacific University and as a family nurse practitioner from Gonzaga University. She also received certificates from Emory University as a certified wound ostomy nurse (CWON) and a certified foot care nurse (CFCN).

As a nurse, Stacy practiced in many areas including hospital, outpatient clinics (IV therapy, wound care and foot care), and home health. As a nurse practitioner, she worked in an internal medicine clinic along with seeing patients in their homes. Stacy really enjoys taking care of patients and helping them to live the highest quality lives that they can through care and education.

Stacy grew up in New Jersey and has lived in Oregon and Washington. She has a husband and one son. In her free time, Stacy enjoys time with her family, reading, researching genealogy, travelling, and hiking. She also has three cats who she loves spending time with.

Anchor Point Clinic Medical Staff

Margaret Westner
FNP
Sarah Duncan
CMA

Homer Clinic Medical Staff

Brenda Trefon
Clinic Receptionist
Dr. Robin Holmes
Board Certified Family Medicine Physician
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Dr. Holmes is a board-certified family physician with special interest in women’s health and LGBTQ+ care. Originally from Chicago where she completed medical school, she completed residency training in Anchorage and worked in Fairbanks for several years prior to moving to the Peninsula. She has experience with a wide variety of clients in multiple settings and is especially excited about caring for entire families from babies to great-grandparents! She also has personal interests in food as medicine, supporting her colleagues who specialize in weight loss programs and functional medicine. Dr. Holmes has experience in prenatal and obstetrics as well as minor office procedures in addition to full-spectrum primary care.

Dr. Holmes is fluent in Spanish, both conversational and medical, and welcomes Spanish-speaking patients of all ages.

In her spare time she enjoys walking her dogs on the beach, riding her bike around town, and cooking vegetables from her garden.

Kristie Finkenbinder
FNP
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Kristie is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She had 9 years of primary home health care nursing experience and developed extensive experience with the geriatric population. She worked part time in an integrative clinic giving her both knowledge and appreciation in this spectrum of care. Kristie was an experienced wound care nurse and recently obtained board-certification as a Wound Treatment Associate. She also holds a MAT Waiver and can treat opioid use disorder. Kristie began working with NTC June 2019. Born and raised in Homer, Kristie is very excited to be a part of the community.
Kristie’s goal with patients is to help prevent disease and optimize health outcomes by delivering holistic medical care and is always striving to address patient values and goals as well as psychosocial, physical, and spiritual health.
Kristie is a wife and mother of 2 children. An outdoor enthusiast who loves nature, Kristie loves all types of skiing, mountain biking, backpacking, hiking, berry picking, yardwork, and anything outdoors. She also loves down time with family and friends.

Renae Blanton
FNP
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Renae became a nurse in 1991 and since 1999, a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner with a fellowship/specialty in Integrative Medicine. She moved to Homer, Alaska in 2001 where she has raised her daughter.

Integrative Medicine is the blending of traditional “Western” medicine, naturopathic, and functional medicine that focuses on a holistic approach, allowing patients and their families to direct their care in a way that is meaningful to them. Integrative Medicine respects and incorporates alternative medicine into a plan of care that helps people reach their health goals.

She cares for those with chronic illness such as diabetes, hypertension, auto-immune disorders, hormone balancing/replacement for men and women, supportive cancer care, detoxification and chelation, ozone therapies, nutritional support and anti-aging medicine. She is passionate about prevention of disease and illness while helping people live a long and healthy life.
When not with patients, she practices what she teaches about balancing life with joy, laughter, quality time with loved ones, and time for meditation and reflection. She loves camping, hiking, fishing, biking, paddle boarding, and a little bit of gardening.

Renae will be a wellness educator in addition to program service development for the Clinic.

Community Outreach Staff

Danielle Self
Native Connections Program Assistant
Jessica Haddock
Elders Outreach
Katie Matthews
Youth Outreach Program Coordinator
Laura Ullmann
Patient Advocate Case Manager
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Laura obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of Northern Colorado in 1996 and has been involved in supporting individuals in accessing healthcare and community resources for over 15 years. She joined the NTC Behavioral Health team in December of 2017.
Laura provides patient advocacy for those seeking behavioral health services, including overseeing the referral process. She also provides case management support for the Behavioral Health Licensed Professional Counselors.

Leslie McCombs
Behavioral Health Front Desk Receptionist
Rick Dunaway
Native Connections Program Manager
Stormy Walkoff
Case Manager & Patient Advocate
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Stormy received her Associates of Arts in Human Services in 2021. She was introduced to the Behavioral Health Department at NTC through her practicum requirements and immediately knew that’s where she wanted to be. As a Case Manager, she provides support to the Licensed Professional Counselors and works closely with clients to provide advocacy, identify needs, and support them through the process of working through life’s difficult situations.

Tiffany Stonecipher
Elders Outreach Program Coordinator

Clinic & Outreach Administration

Anna Sutton
Clinic Information Coordinator
Jamie Fleury
Clinic Receptionist
Jennifer Day
Tribal Health Support Manager
Jennifer Miller
Medical Biller
Karen Bennett
Clinic Receptionist
Kim Steik
Clinic Receptionist / Patient Accounts Specialist

Medication Assisted Treatment Program

Annette Hubbard
MAT Case Manager & Behavioral Health Aide
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Annette has worked in the behavioral health field for over 10 years, previously working at the Alaska Psychiatric Institute and Providence Psychiatric Emergency Room. She currently works to facilitate intakes into the medication for addiction treatment program with Dr. Spencer and helps connect people with resources both within the program and the community.

In addition, she is a board member and volunteer for the Homer Syringe Exchange dba Megan’s Place where she does outreach and education with people who are still experiencing active use and helps connect them to local community resources to assist them with life-saving tools (NARCAN, housing, employment, other social services).

Annette is also a Ninilchik tribal member and has resided within the Ninilchik community for the past 5 years. She lives here with her boyfriend and their two young boys. In their spare time they enjoy hunting for agates, hunting, fishing, berry picking, and making jams.

Bettyann Steciw
MAT Case Manager
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Bettyann started working for Ninilchik Traditional Council April 2010 as the Childcare Program Manager. Through the years Bettyann also served as the General Assistance Program Manager, Indian Child Welfare Specialist and Tribal Court Judge. Most recently Bettyann accepted a Case Manager position within NTC’s Behavioral Health Department, and she is presently working on her Behavioral Health Aide certification.

Bettyann was born in Anchorage and moved to Anchor Point with her parents in 1973. Bettyann went to Homer High School and has served on several boards including the Kenai Peninsula Borough Service Area Board for South Peninsula Hospital, Homer Chamber of Commerce, and the Citizen Review Panel for Office of Children’s Services. Most recently Bettyann was asked to serve on Cook Inlet Region’s shareholder committee. Bettyann’s hobbies include hiking, art, and being immersed in nature.

Dr. Sarah Spencer
Doctor of Osteopathy (DO)
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Dr. Spencer is board-certified physician in both family and addiction medicine. She runs the Medication assisted treatment (MAT) program for patients with opioid and alcohol use disorders. This program utilizes medication along with social support to help patients reduce the harmful use of alcohol and drugs. Telemedicine services are available to help patients in remote areas access needed care.
 
Dr. Spencer volunteers with the Southern Kenai Peninsula Opioid Task Force, the Homer Exchange syringe access program, and provides naloxone (Narcan) overdose training through the State of Alaska’s Project HOPE. In addition, she works as a treatment consultant and physician trainer with the State of Alaska to improve access to opioid addiction treatment across the state.
 
She lives in Anchor Point with her family and enjoys gardening, berry picking, cooking, and baking in her spare time.

Kathleen Totemoff
MAT Project Director
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Kathleen has worked in behavioral health for 20 years and possesses a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Alaska Anchorage. She worked as the Community Development Director under an Administration for Native Americans grant, served on the Ouzinkie City Council, the Southwest Alaska Municipal Conference (SWAMC) Board of Directors, and the Ouzinkie Community Holding Company (OCHC) Board of Directors – helping to bring the Community Quota Entity program to local families.
 
Her experience includes in-home and school-based behavioral intervention, residential treatment, and Applied Behavioral Analysis therapy. Since 2010, she has also provided distance education as an Adjunct Faculty member of Kodiak College’s Business Department.
 
Kathleen, as a mother of two, is passionate about improving access to education and behavioral health services, as well as partnering with individuals and organizations to increase opportunities for rural and Native communities.

Lukas Ficklin
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
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Lukas is independently licensed with the Alaska State Board of Professional Counselors as well as the New Mexico Therapy and Practice Board to provide therapeutic interventions for clients seeking a safe and confidential place to improve upon their mental health.
 
Actively counseling since March 2009, Lukas dedicated his educational training and experiential practice to addressing issues that provoke low self-esteem, low self-worth, anxiety, identity issues, trauma, self-doubt, substance abuse, and emotional impulses; like anger. His experience includes extensive time and training with individuals ages 13 and up. Lukas enjoys teaching communication skills like positive self-talk, conflict resolution, and assertiveness training that allows an individual to express themselves and be heard.
 
The clinical approach Lukas adopted is a mixture of Cognitive Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral techniques, and Reality Therapy. Person-Centered Approach and Motivational Interviewing are also used to build good rapport through communication and respect for where an individual would like to make changes.

Health & Wellness Club Staff

Brie Wallace
Manager
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Brie is an 8th generation Ninilchik native, born and raised. She has worked for 10 years at the Ninilchik Health and Wellness Club (9 years as the Club Manager) and loves working in such a health-oriented place. Aside from day-to-day operations, she also enjoys using her skills learned from earning degrees in art and design to create unique and original club apparel.
 
Brie enjoys spending her free time with her husband and two daughters, training for half-marathons, chasing the northern lights with her camera, and working on different personal art projects.

Elise Spofford
Certified Yoga Instructor
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Elise completed her yoga certification with the SchoolYoga Institute in 2009 and is currently pursuing an advanced teacher training qualification with San Francisco-based teacher, Jason Crandall. She instructs a variety of weekly yoga classes at the Ninilchik Health & Wellness Club and has led guest classes and workshops for studios in Alaska and Minnesota.​

In 2013, Elise completed her studies in massage therapy at the Institute of Therapeutic Massage of Western Colorado. She is licensed in the state of Alaska and is an active member of the Association of Bodywork and Massage Professionals. Elise has continued her massage therapy education with training in precision neuromuscular therapy, myofascial techniques, and reiki.

Kayci Hanson
Certified Yoga Instructor
Savanna Stark
Certified Yoga Instructor
Tammy Zweiacher
Personal Trainer
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Tammy received her bachelor’s degree in health and physical education K-12 with a minor in science. She worked as a recreation supervisor for the City of Ponca in Oklahoma and managed city league athletics for adults as well as teaching elementary school physical education.
 
Tammy has been an NAFC Certified Personal Trainer and boasts 30+ years of experience in the gym. She is an expert in fitness and loves sharing her extensive knowledge and experience with clients.

Terri Leman
HWC Attendant
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Terri has lived in Ninilchik for 36 years. In 1989, she began working for NTC in what was called the Rural Alcohol Services, which developed into the adult and youth outreach programs that still thrive today. Terri started the Ninilchik Health and Wellness Club through a diabetes prevention grant and the Club has since continued to flourish. After managing the Club for 6 years, she returned to run the front desk.
 
Terri spends her off-time renovating her new home and chasing her grandchildren around.

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Here are the positions we’re looking to fill!

Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) - 10k Hiring Bonus
This position will provide direct counseling services, advocacy, and appropriate referrals to the adult/ pediatric population in the Ninilchik Village Tribal area, providing support to those affected by substance abuse and behavioral health issues.
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Community Health Aide/Medical Assistant
This position will deal directly with Ninilchik Traditional Council Community Clinic (NTCCC) clients. Therefore, confidentiality will be the highest priority and the position will follow the NTCCC’s Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) policies and procedures.
The Community Health Aide/Medical Assistant is an integrated job which is accountable to the Ninilchik Traditional Council’s (NTC’s) Tribal Health Director and the NTC’s Nurse Practitioner (NP), Medical Doctor (MD), and/or Physician Assistant (PA), per respective program guidelines for the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities. This position does not have any supervisory authority.
The Community Health Aide/Medical Assistant performs all duties in accordance with the Indian Health Service (IHS) guidelines, following protocols established by the NTCCC. The position performs duties under the guidelines of the American Association of Medical Assistants and the directions of an
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Resource Technician
To provide seasonal support in the Ninilchik Traditional Council Resource Department in the development, operation, maintenance, and management of current and future Resource programs that are technically sound, scientifically based, and in conformance with policies of NTC. This position is designed to provide support to the Ninilchik Subsistence Fisheries/Forestry and Resource/Environmental Programs.
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Traveling Clinic Receptionist
The Traveling Clinic Receptionist will deal directly with the NTC Community Clinic (NTCCC) patients/clients. Therefore, confidentiality will be the highest priority and the Clinic Traveling Receptionist will follow the NTCCC HIPPA policies and procedures.
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Senior Mechanical/Piping Designer- Tuyan, LLC
As a Senior Piping Designer, you have the opportunity to take ownership of small/medium projects and to complete mechanical/piping design and project management tasks, lead, inspire and mentor team members by adhering to Tuyan's core values and becoming a strong Tuyan brand ambassador.
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Senior Mechanical Engineer- Tuyan, LLC
As a Senior Mechanical Engineer, you have the opportunity to take ownership of small/medium projects and to complete mechanical engineering and project management tasks, lead, inspire and mentor team members by adhering to Tuyan's core values and becoming a strong Tuyan brand ambassador.
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Volunteering

Tribal cultural and outreach events and services require a great team to put them on, and often these teams require the time and skills of dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please check this page for upcoming NTC volunteer opportunities. All volunteers will receive a certificate of acknowledgement to thank them for their service.

Please note that volunteers must follow applicable protocol and rules described in the NTC Policies & Procedures as outlined by their event or service director. Volunteers may also be required to submit to a background check or provide other documentation if the event or service requires.

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