The Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) represents approximately 160,000 Inuit in Alaska/United States, Canada, Greenland/Denmark and Chukotka/Russia. Founded in 1977 by the late Eben Hopson Sr. in Barrow, Alaska, the ICC has flourished and grown into a major international indigenous peoples organization.

ICC is represented in the AEC by Liz Cravahlo. Elizabeth Qualluq Cravahlo is Vice President, External and Govnerment Affairs at NANA. Ms. Cravahlo oversees External and Government Affairs across NANA, and builds key relationships in the public and private sectors. She and her team work to represent and advance NANA’s interests in various areas of policy, including Arctic opportunities, indigenous representation, and initiatives that further NANA’s business goals.

Country: The United States of America

Permanent Participants, Legacy Member