From Human Resources to the Vice President Leadership Team, introducing April Kyle
April Kyle began her career at Southcentral Foundation during a period of rapid growth for the organization. She was hired in 2003 as the manager of employment and recruitment and quickly advanced into more senior positions. By 2010, Kyle was named the director of human resources. After five years in this role, contributing to SCF’s innovations and best practices for hiring, training, promoting and rewarding “best fit” employees within the entire Nuka System of Care, she joined the Vice President Leadership Team as vice president of behavioral services.
Kyle has worked closely with internal and external partners to support SCF’s workforce and build greater capacity to serve the Alaska Native Community. SCF Leadership, employees, and customer-owners have appreciated her expertise and deep understanding of the Alaska Native health care system from the customer-owner perspective. She was one of the first graduates of SCF’s Executive Leadership Experience, as well as a member of the Alaska Native Executive Leadership Program’s inaugural class at Alaska Pacific University and the Alaska Journal of Commerce’s Top Forty Under 40 class of 2013.
A CIRI shareholder of Athabascan descent, Kyle was born in Eagle River and spent summers in the village of Ninilchik where her father was raised. With the support of The CIRI Foundation’s educational scholarships and grants, she received her bachelor’s degree at Montana State University. Kyle later earned her master’s at the University of Washington Foster School of Business. Her passion for family and her children helped shape SCF’s family friendly policies and a balanced approach to employee wellness.
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