Yes, we’re one of the top ten Alaska regional corporations. Established in June 1972, we run more than a dozen companies across several different pillars. And we own 12.5 million acres of land in the Alaskan Interior, making us one of the largest private landowners in the nation. But it’s not the land that sets us apart. It’s our connection to that land. Old as time, that link is the source of a work ethic forged by centuries of subsistence living. Inherited from our grandparents, our respect for the land mirrors our esteem for people—in particular, our 19,000 shareholders.
The good of those shareholders, young and old, is what propels us as a forward-leaning, ever-growing corporation. The standards of excellence we uphold, the profits we turn, the innovations we champion are all in service of their wellbeing. Of course we’re proud of our strong performance and our reputation in Alaska and beyond. But watching our community of shareholders grow and flourish as a result—that’s our real point of pride.
VISION: Leader In All We Do
MISSION: To continually enhance our position as a financially strong Native corporation in order to promote the economic and social well-being of our shareholders and future shareholders, to strengthen our Native way of life, and to protect and enhance our land and resources.
Socially and culturally responsibility
Pride and respect in Native ownership
Commitment to the long-term
Honesty and integrity
Commitment to excellence
Respect for employees
Commitment to employee safety and sound environmental practices
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Dena´ Nena´ Henash (Our Land Speaks)
The following is a preamble to Doyon’s Values:
The River ran through the lives of our grandparents; it runs through our lives; it will run through the lives of our grandchildren. A dynamic force masked by a static constancy, the River will speak to those who listen—our land speaks.
Doyon values its relationship to the Place of our people: to our land, our culture, our way of life. We value our Place as the historical successor to our grandparents’ ownership and stewardship of our land; as the fiduciary for our shareholders; as the trustee for our grandchildren’s inheritance. We are intimately, subtly and profoundly connected to our Place—our corporate values flow from this sense of Place.