David G. Stone Awards
The Alaska Workforce Investment Board (AWIB), the state’s lead planning and coordinating entity for employment training in Alaska, presents awards each year to professionals who have made significant contributions to career and technical education (CTE) or Registered Apprenticeship in Alaska, and to an employer whose efforts and initiatives have had an extraordinary impact on the community.
The awards are named for David G. Stone, a former Deputy Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development and long-time vice-chair of the AWIB. During his career in public service, Mr. Stone was instrumental in advancing CTE, Registered Apprenticeship, and workforce development opportunities for all Alaskans. Since his death in 2012, the awards have carried his name in recognition of his dedication to workforce development and promoting Alaska hire
- K-12 Instructor/Administrator of the Year Criteria
- Post-secondary Instructor/Administrator of the Year Criteria
- Employer of the Year Criteria
- Past Recipients, 2007 - 2016
David G. Stone K-12 Career and Technical Education Instructor/Administrator of the Year:
Matthew “Taw” Lindsey, Principal, Metlakatla High School
David G. Stone Postsecondary Instructor/Administrator of the Year:
Xiomara Owens, Behavioral Health Aide Program Manager, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
David G. Stone Employer of the Year:
Tanana Chiefs Conference
For additional questions, please contact Louise Dean, AWIB Program Coordinator, at 907-269-7487 or Louise.Dean@Alaska.Gov.