Christina Larson-Dike joins Great Plains Tribal Chairmen Health Board in March 2017. Christina was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska and spent her childhood summers on the beaches of Perryville, Alaska. She is of Aleut descent and a shareholder with Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) and Oceanside Native Corporation. Christina obtained her bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management from Alaska Pacific University and currently seeking her Master in Business Administration from National American University.
Prior to moving to Rapid City, SD in 2009 Christina was an Improvement Specialist within the Organizational Development Division for an Alaska Native-owned, nonprofit health care organization serving Alaska Natives and American Indians living in south-central Alaska. Since 2012, Christina worked for the local health system within the Black Hills recruiting and on boarding healthcare professionals.
Christina’s experience and compassion for others is a foundation for building positive relationships, respect and empowerment of others, and living by the Golden Rule – treat others, as you want to be treated.
When Christina is not with her work family, she is with her husband, Justin Dike and their two children, Isaac (12) and Allison (7). Many evenings are spent at the baseball fields, football field, softball fields, gymnasium, or camping and fishing.