Gail Anagick Schubert
President & CEO | Bering Straits Native Corporation
Gail Anagick Schubert was born and raised in Unalakleet, Alaska, and is known for her leadership and service to the Alaska Native community. She has served on the BSNC Board of Directors since 1992. In addition to being the president and CEO for BSNC, she is treasurer for the Alaska Federation of Natives; she serves as vice chair for the board of directors for Akeela Treatment Services and the Alaska Native Justice Center. She is vice chair of the ANCSA Regional Association and chair of the Alaska Retirement Management Board. Schubert is the immediate past chair of the Alaska Native Heritage Center Board of Directors, which she served on for nearly 15 years. Prior to joining BSNC, Schubert practiced law in Anchorage after a successful career on Wall Street, where she worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and two Wall Street law firms.
She is a member of the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce ATHENA Society, a program that recognizes women’s leadership. Schubert is the 2014 recipient of the Northwest Indian Bar Association’s Unsung Hero Award. The annual award honors an attorney for his or her outstanding contributions toward improving the legal and political landscape of Pacific Northwest Indian Country.
She earned an undergraduate degree from Stanford University, a Master of Business Administration from Cornell University’s Johnson School of Management with an emphasis in accounting and finance, and a Juris Doctorate from the Cornell University School of Law.