|Kickin' it with Kopano program time!||Jun 01, 2016||
|Rorie Watt - CBJ Manager||Jun 08, 2016||
Latest and Greatest with Our New City Manager
|Dennis McMillan||Jun 15, 2016||
Alaska Philanthropy Advisors
Dennis has devoted his professional career to helping nonprofit organizations better meet the needs of their communities. For 21 years he served as a development officer, and then as a CEO with United Way in numerous communities around the country. He came to Alaska in 1992 to lead the United Way of Anchorage. Since moving to Alaska, he has helped build the state’s philanthropic infrastructure through his work with United Ways across the state and through his support in developing the Alaska Community Foundation. He is a strong advocate for Alaska’s nonprofit sector. In 2001, Dennis was one of the organizers of The Foraker Group with the mission of building sustainability and organizational capacity in Alaska nonprofits. During his career, he’s trained thousands of professionals and volunteers, spoken at numerous conferences and consulted across America, Canada, Asia and Russia. In 2013, The Foraker Group published his book, Focus on Sustainability, A Nonprofit’s Journey. He serves on numerous national nonprofit committees and is a regular speaker at conference and serves. on numerous national boards. He now is leading an effort for the Rasmuson Foundation called Alaska Philanthropy Advisors.
|Kirk Duncan||Jun 22, 2016||
CBJ Parks and Recreation
|Meeting Cancelled||Jun 29, 2016||
|President Charlie's DEMOTION DINNER - dont miss it||Jun 30, 2016||
|Karen Tarver and Looking Towards the Next Year||Jul 06, 2016||
All Hail, her new Omnipotent Greatness, Her Highness President Karen Tarver!
|Club Assembly||Jul 13, 2016||
|Katy Echave||Jul 27, 2016||
Sabelfish Research in Southeast Alaska
Katy Echave- Fishery Research Biologist/Statistician at the Ted Stevens Marine Research Institute with NOAA Fisheries. Grew up in Alaska. Obtained Bachelors of Science in Mathematics and a minor in Biology at California Baptist University in 2003, and a Masters in Science in Fisheries from the University of Alaska Fairbanks (in Juneau) in 2008. Currently head up the groundfish tagging program, studying fish movement, as well as work on stock assessments of various rockfish species, and associated research.