Tragic Loss of Our CFO
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Tragic Loss of Our CFO

CITC’s Amy Fredeen served our community selflessly as a gracious colleague, friend, and innovative leader

CITC Chief Financial Officer Amy Fredeen / Wayde Carrol Photography

Our entire CITC Family is mourning the tragic and sudden loss of our beloved Chief Financial Officer Amy Fredeen. Amy served CITC for more than 20 years and has been a pillar of our growth and success in the community and beyond.

Amy, a CIRI descendant, is remembered as a remarkable talent, a gracious friend, an innovator, a leader, and a relentlessly passionate advocate for Alaska Native people and values.

“Emotions are too raw to reflect fully on Amy’s monumental achievements at CITC,” says President and CEO Gloria O’Neill.

“We are in shock and grieving this tragedy. We miss our dear colleague. Our deepest condolences go to Amy’s family, who she loved with her whole heart, and we will do everything we can to support them. My hope is that in time we will find resilience, strength, and healing following this unthinkable loss—just as Amy would want us to.”

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