Jason Hart is an enrolled member of the Native Village of Chitina and descendant of the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin. He’s earned a Master of Healthcare Administration, a Master of Business Administration, a Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management, and an Associate of Applied Sciences in Mechanical and Electrical Technology degree. The Alaska Journal of Commerce named him a 2016 Top 40 Under 40 recipient.
He serves on the Board of Directors for several Alaska organizations including: the Food Bank of Alaska, Ahtna, Incorporated, and Chitina Native Corporation. Jason was also appointed to the State Commission for Human Rights by Governor Parnell in 2012. Mr. Hart also owns and manages several real estate assets through a small business he owns.
Jason is currently employed as a Clinical Practice Manager at the Alaska Native Medical Center. He’s worked for the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium for more than nine years and previously supported executive leadership and the Board of Directors, as well as managed the Employee Benefits Department.
Outside of his professional positions, Jason enjoys traveling the world with family and friends, and has been to a variety of countries including Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Italy, and Spain. He also enjoys the outdoors through short hikes, baseball, softball, reading a variety of books and is learning more about his cultural backgrounds including the harvesting of foods and wild game.