KeyBank Presents Donation to Alaska Native Business Minor Program
KeyBank visited the College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP) earlier this month to present a philanthropic gift to support students enrolled in the Alaska Native Business Minor program. KeyBank has been a dedicated and regular donor to the CBPP and their annual business scholarship, but this is their first donation to support this innovational program. When CBPP Board Member, Chris Yelverton, learned of the Alaska Native Organization Management program and the associated Alaska Native Business Minor, he knew right away that this is something KeyBank would appreciate.
The Alaska Native Business Minor is an incredible program designed to prepare students to work in a unique segment of business in our diverse state. Alaska Native Corporations are an economic force and want business professionals who are educated in the culture and management practices of their organizations in order to meet their constantly developing needs.
Those in attendance for the visit and donation presentation from KeyBank were Chris Yelverton (KeyBank), Dean Karen Markel (CBPP), Lori McCaffrey (KeyBank), Willie Hensley (CBPP), and Kim Michelle Crocker (KeyBank). Please join us in expressing our gratitude to KeyBank for their continued generosity and support of the CBPP!