Greg Razo heads up the corporation’s efforts pursuing minority-preference, small business contracts. Razo has a firm understanding of the government contracting industry rules and regulations, helping the corporation take advantage of the Small Business Administration (SBA) preferences.
Razo is Yup’ik and a CIRI shareholder. He grew up in Anchorage, Alaska, and earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Gonzaga University and a Juris Doctorate from Willamette University.
Razo is a director of the Alaska Native Justice Center and the U.S. Selective Service System Local Board. He has been a director of CIRI, Cook Inlet Tribal Council and The CIRI Foundation. Razo is an active member of the Alaska Bar Association and is a director of Alaska Legal Services Corp. and Cook Inlet Native Head Start. He also formerly chaired the Anchorage United for Youth Leadership committee and the CITC-JOM Native Education committee.