Vice President of Staffing & Strategic Initiatives
Eric Fox serves as Vice President of Staffing & Strategic Initiatives, providing oversight for staffing operations and business process improvement company-wide.
Previously, Eric served as Vice President of Operations of the Camp Services Division, overseeing all remote camp management operations and staffing services.
Eric became camp manager at Milne Point in 2004. He stayed at Milne Point until 2006 when he was promoted to Operations Manager and moved to Anchorage. Eric was promoted again in 2007 to Director of Operations for the Camp Services Division, where he provided oversight for NMS operations at the Arctic Caribou Inn and the Arctic Oilfield Hotel, both in Prudhoe Bay, and operations at Red Dog Mine, the world’s largest zinc mine.
In 2008 Eric served as NMS’ Vice President of Strategic Planning and in late 2009 he was promoted to Vice President of Operations for Camp Services where he provided strategic direction and oversight of all the division’s operations.
Eric is a lifelong Alaskan and NANA shareholder who grew up in Fairbanks, Kotzebue and Galena. He graduated from Mt. Edgecumbe High School in Sitka. Before coming to NMS in 1992, Eric worked for BP’s environmental department on the North Slope. He has served as board member and past chair of the Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Alaska and volunteered for the Boys and Girls Club. Eric received a bachelor of arts in business administration and management graduating magna cum laude from Alaska Pacific University.