Elizabeth Liz” Qaulluq Cravalho

USARC Commissioner

TERM EXPIRES: February 26, 2024

REPRESENTATION: Industry

FOCUS:  Lands, Environment, Subsistence, External Affairs, and Arctic Policy

Elizabeth Liz” Qaulluq Cravalho
US Arctic Research Commission

4350 N. Fairfax Road
Suite 510
Arlington, VA 22203

Elizabeth “Liz” Qaulluq Cravalho is vice president of lands for NANA Regional Corporation, an Alaska Native Corporation owned by the Iñupiaq people of Northwest Alaska. She is responsible for providing strategic leadership and management for programs that focus on the environmental protection and enhancement of NANA lands for subsistence use by shareholders and local communities. Liz previously worked in External Affairs, representing and advancing NANA’s interests in various areas of policy, including Arctic opportunities, Indigenous representation, and responsible resource development.

In addition to her time at NANA, Liz served on the Alaska Arctic Policy Commission for two years, during which she provided recommendations to the Alaska Legislature on Arctic policy matters.  She is also a former board member and Chair of the Alaska Humanities Forum, where she supported building social bridges across Alaska’s diverse geography, cultures and communities. She holds a Master of Science in organization development from American University and a bachelor’s degree in history from Colorado College.