Kimberley Strong has served on many local, regional and statewide governing boards. Her leadership style lends itself to inclusiveness and respectfulness. The youngest of twelve children, she learned from her mother the importance of community service and caring for others. As a board member and leader, she uses this simple question to guide her decisions: “How does this action, help the people I am serving?” Kimberley received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Rural Development with emphases on Business and Economic Development from the University of Alaska – Fairbanks. She currently serves as President of the Chilkat Indian Village of Klukwan, Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC)- Chair and Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium-Board Member and Jilkaat Kwaan Heritage Center, Board Member.