Movers and Shakers for Oct. 17
Rhonda Lamp has been appointed as the new Human Resources director for Coastal Villages Region Fund. Lamp has more than three decades of experience in human resources. Previously, she was the benefits manager of Chugach Government Solutions and the senior Human Resources manager for Bristol Bay Resource Solutions.
Jerel Humphrey has been appointed interim CEO of Bartlett Regional Hospital, effective Oct. 18. Humphrey takes over from Kathy Callahan, who came out of retirement to temporarily serve as interim CEO. Humphrey will serve through the search process and hire of a permanent CEO. Humphrey has served as an interim leader across the country, most recently with a hospital in Pennsylvania. Humphrey’s appointment follows the recent departure of former CEO Rose Lawhorne.
The NANA board of directors named John Agnaqłuk Lincoln as president and CEO, based in Kotzebue. Lincoln has served a combined 18 years working for NANA and the Maniilaq Association, the two largest employers of shareholders in the NANA region. He joined NANA in 2016, and most recently served as vice president for external affairs where he worked to ensure the protection of corporate, regional and shareholder interests. Lincoln also served as an Alaska state representative from 2018-21, where he was an original member of the House Special Committee on Tribal Affairs. Lincoln earned his bachelor’s degree in management science and public policy from Stanford University. In 2021, Lincoln was named a “Top Forty Under 40” leader by the Alaska Journal of Commerce.