Faculty Profile:

Marilyn AndonDeputy Health Services DirectorTanana Chiefs Conference
Marilyn is Koyukon Athabascan and a tribal member of the Native Village of Tanana. She was born and raised in a small Native village on the Yukon and Tanana River in Alaska. Marilyn is the Deputy Director of Health Services for Tanana Chiefs Conference which is a consortium of 37 federally recognized tribes. She has worked for Tanana Chiefs Conference for the past 13 years in the Health Services Department. They provide health care for over 16,000 Alaska Native and American Indians in the interior region of Alaska. Marilyn’s involvement in the design of the Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center was primarily around ensuring the Alaska Native culture was included and considered in all aspects of the facility.