Gloria O’Neill was appointed in 2013 by Governor Parnell. Serving as President and CEO of Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC) since 1998, Gloria has led the organization’s growth in becoming one of the major social service providers in Alaska, currently offering more than 50 essential programs that serve more than 14,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people each year. Through rigorous attention to community-based results, she has established CITC’s national reputation as a leading innovator of effective and replicable approaches to overcoming disparities in education, employment, family preservation, and substance dependency.
She also serves on the Cook Inlet Housing Authority Board of Commissioners, and is a member of the Alaskan Command Civilian Advisory Board. In her role of President and CEO of CITC Enterprises Inc. (CEI), she serves as a member for E-Line Media, LLC and CEI Games, LLC Board of Directors.
At the national level, she was appointed by U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius to serve on the Secretary’s Tribal Advisory Committee, and is a former member of the Department of the Interior Tribal/Interior Budget Council and the Race and Ethnicity Advisory Committee of the U.S. Census Bureau. She also served as a board member of the National CASA Association, and is a Fellow of the Annie E. Casey Foundation Children and Family Fellowship Program.
Regent O’Neill earned her Master of Business Administration degree from Alaska Pacific University, and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology, with a minor in Business Administration from the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Originally from Soldotna, Alaska, she is of Yup’ik and Irish descent.
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