Carrie Irwin Brown
Alaska Native Program Director
Carrie Irwin Brown became Alyeska’s Alaska Native Program Director in August 2019. Carrie brings experience from a variety of Alaska organizations. She was most recently the Director of the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation at the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium; prior to that, she was the Executive Director for the Alaska Native Arts Foundation, and the Senior Vice President/Chief Administrative Officer at First Alaskans Institute.
Carrie is a lifelong Alaskan from Interior Alaska of Athabascan and Irish descent and a tribal member of the Nenana Native Tribe.
Carrie has served on many Alaska non-profit boards, including the Foraker Group, the Alaska Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, Koahnic Broadcast Corporation and the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Alaska Chapter. She currently serves as Board Chair for Toghotthele Corporation, a for-profit ANCSA-village corporation, and on the Anchorage Library Foundation board.
Carrie attended the University of Hawaii and Nagoya Gakuin University in Nagoya, Japan, and holds a bachelor’s degree in Management/International Business from Alaska Pacific University. In 2016, she completed a master’s level Alaska Native Executive Leadership Program at APU and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Business Administration at APU. In 2018, she received the Certified Fundraising Executive designation.