Calista Corporation – E3 Environmental Subsidiary
Provides Energy, Engineering and Environmental Consulting Services<
(Anchorage, Alaska) –
Calista Corporations’ wholly-owned subsidiary company, E3-Environmental, LLC. E3-Environmental (http://www.e3alaska.com/) was established to meet energy, engineering and environmental needs and serve clients throughout Alaska and elsewhere.
The Alaskan environmental consulting company will also provide needed professional options for our region and for the state. Key services include project planning and regulatory analysis, environmental permitting and impact assessments, stakeholder engagement, agency coordination and consultation, and regulatory compliance management and audits.
E3-Environmental’s team members are Rosetta Alcantra (Acting President), Oscar Evon (Community Planner), Patty Murphy (Community Planner), Wes Harvey (Environmental Planner), Carlos Paez (Environmental Planner) and Josephine Hishon (Project Specialist). Ms. Alcantra is a lifelong Alaskan with over 20 years’ experience in planning and consultation services for the transportation and oil and gas industries. She also brings experience working in the legislature and nonprofit management. Ms. Alcantra is the former Executive Director of the Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed Council, where she worked with many of the communities in the region. Oscar Evon, being a lifelong Alaskan resident, born and raised in the Bethel area, Oscar is keenly aware of the issues facing rural Alaska. Oscar brings years of experience working at different capacities in rural Alaska. Patty Murphy, a Calista Shareholder originally from Kasigluk, previously worked for the Coastal Villages Region Fund and for the State of Alaska in various departments. Wes Harvey has been working and living in Alaska since 1988, and has considerable experience working with small businesses to improve their business practices and enhancing their competitiveness and profitability. Carlos Paez has over 20 years of experience in Natural Resource Management. Carlos has worked on projects ranging from inventory and monitoring wildlife, fisheries, vegetation populations to environmental permitting with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services. Josephine Hishon was raised in the rural communities of Tuntutuliak and Bethel in southwest Alaska. She has firsthand knowledge of the economic and environmental issues facing residents in rural Alaskan communities.
The second largest of the original 13 Alaska Native corporations, Calista Corporation was established under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 and represents over 12,000 Shareholders. The Calista region encompasses over 6.5 million acres and includes 56 villages, which are incorporated into 46 individual village corporations. Since inception, Calista has provided more than $3.0 million in scholarships to its Shareholders and Descendants and more than $17.4 million in Shareholder dividends and distributions. Calista Corporation is the parent company of 16 subsidiaries, providing services ranging from telecommunications and marketing to construction and facility management. Calista can be found on Facebook (www.facebook.com/calistacorp) and Twitter (http://twitter.com/calistacorp).