Alaska Native Knowledge Network
Sean Topkok is Indigenous Curriculum Specialist with the Alaska Native Knowledge Network. Sean worked with ARCUS from 1997 to 2005. Though currently employed as Information Systems Professional with the University of Alaska Fairbanks, he continues to be closely associated with ARCUS on various educational programs. Sean can usually be found working to maintain the Alaska Native Knowledge Network website, or helping rural communities document cultural knowledge with Cultural Atlases. When not identifying, cataloguing, and distributing Indigenous curriculum materials, Sean may be found spending time with his wife Amy and their three sons Christopher, Aaron, and Joseph.
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