Dare Mighty Things (DMT) was recently awarded contracts to develop e-learning for Ketchikan Indian Community (KIC). E-learning modules will be developed for the Human Resources Department and Tribal Health Clinic staff, covering a range of topics to support organizational development and improve patient care. The Tribal Health Clinic provides multi-level medical, dental, and social services, as well as essential preventive services such as cancer screening, TB screening, prenatal care, physical therapy, diabetes screening, and health education to all Alaska Native and American Indians residing in the Ketchikan Gateway Borough. Chief Operating Officer, Jacqueline Bessette, will spearhead this effort alongside the Creative Learning Solutions team and subject matter expert and consultant, Mary Divine. Earlier this year, DMT supported KIC’s strategic planning efforts through the development of a strategic planning toolkit that included several templates, worksheets, and assessments to guide the planning process, such as sample strategic plans, assessments for gap analysis, goal setting worksheets, logic models, and outcome measurement tools. The team looks forward to continuing support for the Alaska Native and American Indian community. Ketchikan Indian Community is a federally recognized Indian Tribe, and serves a membership of over 5,700 Alaska Native and American Indians through the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) and Indian Health Service (IHS) programs. KIC currently represents the largest Tribal membership in Southeast Alaska.