U = urban  R = rural * = incumbent

Betty huntington*

(U), 67, of Anchorage, Alaska, owns Huntington Management Consulting, LLC. She serves as Director and Secretary/Treasurer for Doyon Government Contracting, Inc. She serves on the Doyon Finance Committee. Huntington previously worked on special projects for ANC Accounting, and served as Chief Executive Officer for Gana-A’Yoo, Limited, the village corporation for Galena, Koyukuk, Nulato, and Kaltag. She previously served as the Chief Executive Officer for Mallard Duck Bay Enterprises, LLC. She also served as President of Gana-A’Yoo Services Corporation, Khotol Services Corporation, and Yistletaw Corporation, as well as Interim Chief Operating Officer for Gana-A’Yoo. Huntington served as a Member on the Board of Managers with Doyon partnership, Raven Releasing, LLC. She served as the Member Representative for Gana-A’Yoo subsidiaries Kaiyuh Services, LLC; Kaiyuh Information Technologies, LLC; and GSCM Six Mile, LLC. She previously served as the Controller for Doyon, Limited for 13 years. She also served on the Board for Gana-A’Yoo between 1994 and 2007. Huntington received a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Jody potts-joseph

(R), 44, lives in Stevens Village, Alaska. She is self-employed as a guide/consultant. She previously served as Public Safety Director for Tanana Chiefs Conference and as Regional Director for Native Movement. Potts-Joseph serves as Board Secretary for the Alaska Wilderness League and is President/Co-founder of Data for Indigenous Justice. She previously served as Vice Chair for the Governor’s Tribal Advisory Council, State of Alaska, and as a Board Member for the Alaska Council for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. Potts-Joseph holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Indigenous Studies and Environmental Management from Northern Arizona University.


(U), 36, lives in Fairbanks, Alaska. He is the Deputy Director, Tribal Government and Client Services, for Tanana Chiefs Conference. He previously was the owner and principal consultant of Hoozoonh, which offered professional services in education, training, and Indigenous language revival. Hoffman previously served as the Doyon Languages Online Project Manager for the Doyon Foundation and as an Associate Educator for Fairbanks Native Association. He serves on the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center Board and as an Alaska Native Advisor for Molly of Denali for WGBH Boston. Hoffman previously served as an Alaska Advisor for the Arctic Indigenous Fund and as Board Member and President of the Dartmouth Alumni Club of Alaska. Hoffman holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Native American Studies and Portuguese Studies from Dartmouth College and a Master of Education in Teaching and Learning from the University of Alaska Anchorage. He graduated from Doyon Leadership Training in 2012. Throughout his 15 years of professional experience in Alaska and across the Circumpolar North, Hoffman has worked to strengthen communities and families through resource sharing, Indigenous values-based decision making, and increasing local control. Within the Interior Region, he has served at the Doyon Foundation and Fairbanks Native Association, while at the statewide region, he has served at the First Alaskans Institute and the Alaska Native Heritage Center. A Native Village of Ruby Tribal Member, Hoffman’s parents are Dee Olin and David Hoffman. He has one child, Telele Iŋmaġana, with his wife, Marjorie KunaqNekkon’ Tahbone of Nome.

Jerry isaac*

(R), 68, of Tanacross, Alaska, serves as Tribal Administrator for the Native Village of Tanacross. He previously served as Deputy Director of Behavioral Health for Fairbanks Native Association, Chief Executive Officer for Copper River Native Association, and as President for Tanana Chiefs Conference (TCC). Isaac serves on the Doyon Government Contracting, Inc. Board, the Doyon Finance Committee, and the TCC Hunting, Fishing, Gathering Task Force. He attended Chemawa Indian School, has taken general studies at the University of Alaska for a cumulative two years, and received a Prosci Change Management certification in 2012.Isaac previously served as the Secretary/Treasurer on the TCC Executive Board, as Co-chair and Board Member for the Alaska Federation of Natives, and as the Alaska-area Vice President for the National Congress of American Indians. Isaac served on the Tanacross Village Council from 1976 through 2006, and on the Tanacross Village Corporation Board from 1976 through 1990, and has served on numerous other boards over the years.

sonta hamilton roach*

(R), 35, of Shageluk, Alaska, was elected to the Doyon, Limited Board of Directors in March 2013. She serves on the Executive Committee and on the Doyon Oil Field Services, Inc. Board. Hamilton Roach also serves as Vice President of the Doyon Foundation Board and chairs the Development Committee. She is an elementary teacher in Shageluk and serves as Vice President of the Iditarod Area School District National Education Association Board. Previous work and board experience include temporary faculty member for the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2016, Member and Chair of the Doyon Shareholder Relations Committee, Educational Northwest Board Member, and SERRC Project CREATE Advisory Committee. Hamilton Roach owns a consulting business for event planning and facilitation, grant writing, and environmental program management. She also owns a general store in Shageluk and is part owner of Big Wheel Transport, LLC. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Rural Development from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and earned a Master of Arts Degree in Elementary Education from the University of Alaska Southeast. She is currently pursuing her Education Leadership principal credentials from the University of Alaska Anchorage.


(U), 73, of Ajo, Arizona, is retired. She previously worked as an Administrative Technician and Contracting Officer for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge in Ajo, Arizona, and as an Administrative Assistant for the Koyukuk/Nowitna Complex, National Wildlife Refuge in Galena, Alaska. She previously served as an Appointed Resource Unit for the Office of Emergency Management, Department of the Interior, and as a Native American/Alaska Native Special Emphasis Program Coordinator, Diversity Advisory Committee, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. She received her general education diploma. Williams received a Certificate in Data Processing and Computer Programming from ITT Peterson School of Business. She completed finance and acquisitions training and computer training for field stations through the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Williams is married to L. David Cassou, and has two children and three grandchildren. Her full legal name is Rosie Mae Cassou.

jesse a. Joseph

(U), 35, lives in Fairbanks, Alaska. He is an Electrician for the Chalkyitsik Village Council. He previously worked as an Electrician for Amped Electric, Inc., Subzero Electric, Northstar Electric, and Industrial Electric. Joseph worked for Interior Regional Housing Authority (IRHA) for over 10 years, and he traveled and lived in about 30 villages as part of his work for IRHA. Joseph graduated from the Industrial Electricity program at the Alaska Vocational Technical Center. He received on-the-job training in alternative energy (electrical) and renewable energy systems (electrical).

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