Bridget Anderson has returned to Arctic Slope Regional Corporation as its new vice president of external affairs. Anderson has been involved in the government affairs sector for more than 15 years, including spending time in Washington, D.C., working both on and off Capitol Hill before moving home to Alaska in 2009. Previously, Bridget served ASRC in the external affairs department and also worked at ANCSA Regional Association as its external affairs manager.
Bridget earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Alaska Anchorage and currently lives in Anchorage with her husband and children.
After a long and successful career at Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, spanning more than 20 years, Richard Savik Glenn has decided to retire. Most recently, Richard served as ASRC’s executive vice president of external affairs, overseeing the departments of government affairs as well as communications. Before that, Richard served as an ASRC board member and previously was the company’s executive vice president of lands and natural resources, where he utilized his expertise in resource development in Arctic settings.
Glenn was appointed twice by the president to the United States Arctic Research Commission, and previously served as the board president of the Barrow Arctic Science Consortium as well as board chairman of the board of trustees for Iḷisaġvik College.
Richard received a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from San Jose State University in 1985 and a Master of Science degree in Geology from the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) in 1991. In 2019 Richard received an honorary doctorate from UAF.