Georgianna Lincoln, originally from Rampart, resides in Anchorage, Alaska and has been a Doyon board member since 1976. Lincoln served as chairwoman from March 2005 to March 2008, and served as chair of all Doyon pillar boards. She currently serves on the Executive Committee and on the Doyon Oil Field Services, Inc. board, in addition to being Doyon’s representative on the Alaska Federation of Natives board of directors. Lincoln is one of nine trustees for First Alaskans Institute and a former board member to Alaska Native Heritage Center. Lincoln retired in 2005 from the Alaska State Senate, having served 14 years in the Alaska Legislature and on many state boards and commissions. She is the only Alaska Native woman ever elected to the Alaska State Senate. Her numerous positions include serving as executive director of Fairbanks Native Association in its early formative years, as well as director of programs for Tanana Chiefs Conference, and consultant to the National Indian Women’s Association. She is most proud of her two adult children, Gidget Lincoln and Sean Lincoln, and is a grandmother of nine grandchildren.
Her term ends in 2020.