A “heartfelt thanks to Maver for her over 24 years of dedicated service”
Anchorage, Alaska– The Kuskokwim Corporation (TKC) Board of Directors and Maver Carey announce that Mrs. Carey is retiring from her position as President and CEO of TKC effective February 1, 2019, to focus on her family and new opportunities.
“Maver grew TKC from a small Alaska Native Village Corporation into one of Alaska’s Top 49 Businesses. The entire TKC Board gives its heartfelt thanks to Maver for her over 24 years of dedicated service for TKC’s nearly 4,000 shareholders,” said Board Chair Dunia Morgan.
Mrs. Carey stated, “I’m excited to start this new chapter, and am grateful to the TKC Board for the opportunity to serve as TKC’s CEO, to work on behalf of TKC’s shareholders.”
The Kuskokwim Corporation serves the Middle Kuskokwim Region in Western Alaska, and was formed on April 25, 1977, under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, to represent the merged Alaska Native Village Corporations of Aniak, Limited, Chuathbaluk Company, Georgetown, Inc., Kipchaughpuk, Limited, Lower Kalskag, Inc., Napaimute, Limited, Red Devil, Inc., Sleetmute, Limited, Stony River, Inc., and Upper Kalskag, Inc.