Vice President of Intergovernmental Affairs
As ANTHC’s Senior Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, Gerald Moses oversees the interactions of the Consortium with federal and state governments and agencies in addressing all issues affecting Alaska Native health. Mr. Moses has extensive experience in American Indian and Alaska Native health policy. Before joining the Consortium, he held positions as a policy, program and management analyst at Indian Health Services’ national headquarters and served as Senior Counsel to the United States Senate Committee on Indian Affairs. A member of the Native Village of Stevens, he was raised in Fairbanks where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, before obtaining his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Arizona College of Law and Master’s of Public Health in Health Policy from Harvard University School of Public Health.