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2020 Annual Meeting Information
The 2020 Annual Meeting of Shareholders live webcast was on Friday, March 20, 2020.
Check out photos from Doyon’s annual meetings. The photos were taken at the Westmark Fairbanks Hotel.
Learn how members are elected to serve on Doyon, Limited’s board of directors through our Board Election FAQ.
Learn how proxy voting allows shareholder voices to be heard at the annual meeting—even those who aren’t able to attend.
Doyon has a lot to offer when it comes to our shareholders. We take pride in creating opportunities to boost your career potential, whether you’re entering the job market for the first time or drawing from decades of work experience.
Great leadership fosters great workplaces. Our innovative training program nurtures the leadership potential within our workforce.
We work hard at being an employer of choice and shareholder hire is a top goal of our corporation. We’re excited that you’ve chosen to explore a career with Doyon. Click here to view our current job openings.
Vital job skills, contacts and an introduction to Doyon’s dynamic corporate culture are among the many benefits of our internship program.
Safe and successful oil rig operations rely on roustabouts. Learn how our training program can lead to employment in the North Slope oil fields and other remote locations of Alaska.
These shareholders have a bad address on file with Doyon. They will not receive dividends, tax information, voting, or any other information.
As an Alaska Native Regional Corporation, Doyon shares our profits with our shareholders. On this page, you’ll find useful information about the Doyon Settlement Trust and distributions.
Are you the child of a Doyon shareholder but haven’t enrolled yet? Find out if you are eligible to become a Class C shareholder.
Doyon shareholders can own up to five different classes of stock. On this page, learn more.
There are a number of ways for Doyon shareholders to pass on their shares to their descendants. This page will give you more information.
At Doyon, we’re driven to excel for one reason: to enhance the lives of our shareholders. As a result, giving back is embedded in our corporate practices. Made up of five funds, our giving program is designed to provide meaningful help to our shareholders, communities and state.
Nurturing the educational and cultural needs of shareholders and their children since 1989
Providing annual grants to programs and projects that promote healthy, clean and sober Alaska Native communities
Providing direct benefit to shareholders in need by donating one gift basket per fundraiser
When a Doyon shareholder passes away, Doyon, Limited provides assistance with creating and printing the funeral programs. This service requires 48 hours notice and is dependent on staff availability.
Providing financial support to programs that support the mission of Doyon, Limited
Honoring Alaska Native cultural and traditional practices by providing the families of deceased shareholders with financial support to help cover potlatch expenses
Messages from our president. Shout-outs to shareholders. New business break-throughs across our pillars and the latest on funding and educational programs. Stay in touch with Doyon through a constant feed of news, events and opportunities.
Honoring our military service members, past and present.
Shareholder Spotlight Nominations Welcomed
The following is a list of Doyon’s subsidiary and joint venture companies. For general information, contact the company directly. For employment information, please visit our Employment section.
Doyon’s 12.5 million acres fan out across our region in an area the size of France. These lands are rich with world-class deposits of gold and base metals as well as sedimentary basins favorable for oil and gas deposits.
Effective Date: June 1, 2019