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The chief government on the state’s largest tribal well being group has resigned, a spokesperson stated Wednesday afternoon.
Garvin Federenko resigned Wednesday “to be able to pursue new enterprise alternatives,” based on Shirley Younger, a spokesperson for the Alaska Native Tribal Well being Consortium.
Younger stated the group wished him nicely and thanked him for his time at ANTHC, the place he served for 23 years.
“Garvin’s contribution to the expansion and success of ANTHC during the last 23 years may be seen by the adjustments of the campus and the power of ANTHC’s monetary place,” Younger wrote in an e mail.
Federenko beforehand served because the group’s chief monetary officer from 1998 via 2020, based on a now-archived web page on ANTHC’s web site. He moved into the position of CEO in January of this yr.
Andy Teuber, former president and chairman of the group for greater than a decade, resigned in February shortly after a former worker despatched a letter to the board of administrators accusing him of abusive habits, harassment and coerced sexual encounters. He went lacking and was presumed dead after his helicopter crashed every week later within the Gulf of Alaska close to Kodiak.
Federenko stepped in as performing president after Teuber resigned. After Valerie Nurr’araaluk Davidson was named interim president, he stayed on as CEO. Davidson is now president of ANTHC.
Younger didn’t reply to a query about who would change Federenko.