JUNEAU - The Rural Alaska Community Action Program Inc. board of directors this month re-elected Andrew Ebona of Juneau as president for 2009.
Ebona, a longtime board member of the statewide nonprofit, was president in 1983, 2004 and 2006-08.
Ebona is a former executive director of Tlingit-Haida Tribes and of the National Congress of American Indians. He was president of the Alaska Native Brotherhood Camp 2 and has served on three governors' staffs and with Sealaska Corp.
Ebona will oversee one of the largest nonprofits in Alaska.
RurAL CAP employed more than 700 people and spent more than $25 million in 2008. The nonprofit works to improve quality of life for low-income Alaskans.
At its annual December meeting, the board also elected Mike Williams of Akiak as vice president and Olga Malutin of Kodiak as secretary-treasurer.
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