The Aleut International Association (AIA) is an Alaska Native not-for-profit corporation, with headquarters in Anchorage. The AIA was formed by an association of two organisations: on the one end, the Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, (U.S.), which is one of the thirteen regional not-for-profit Alaska Native corporations created as a result of Alaska Native Settlement Claims Act in 1971. And on the other hand, the Association of the Indigenous Peoples of the North of the Aleut District of the Kamchatka Region of the Russian Federation (AIPNADKR).

The AIA is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of four Alaskan and four Russian Aleuts under the leadership of a president.

Permanent Participants, Legacy Member