Interim Director, Interior Alaska Campus - Julie Biddle
Director, Interior Alaska Campus
Interior Alaska Campus
Biddle brings decades of experience in program management, communications and administration to this role. She joins IAC from the communications manager position for the Council of Athabascan Tribal Governments, a consortium of tribes based in the Yukon Flats, and previously managed the Native American Career and Technical Education Program grant for CATG. Before that, Biddle worked for Doyon, Limited for 20 years.
Biddle is Gwich’in and Navajo, originally from Canyon Village/Fort Yukon, Alaska and
Shiprock, New Mexico. Biddle grew up in Fort Yukon, Arkansas, Texas and Fairbanks.
She is tribally enrolled in Canyon Village/Fort Yukon and is an at-large shareholder
of the Interior regional Native corporation Doyon, Limited.
Biddle holds a bachelor’s degree in business economics from the University of California Santa Barbara and a master’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in capital markets from UAF.