Our TKC Staff and Leaders are dedicated to enriching the lives of TKC’s shareholders and descendants by making viable business decisions that will enhance our land, culture and the lives of our people.
Maver Carey, a shareholder of TKC, has been with the company for 21 years (since 1994), serving in a variety of positions before becoming President/CEO in 2003. She has served in Shareholder Relations, Administration Management, Human Resources, Vice President, and acting president on two separate occasions. Maver is responsible for the supervision and control of business affairs of the Corporation. She serves as the president of TKC Development, Inc, a holding which encompasses operating companies such as, Tumeq, LLC, a holding company for 8(a) government contracting, and operating companies including:
Suulutaaq– a graduated 8(a) civil construction company,
TKC Aerospace- an 8(a) company providing aerospace logistics and support to government and commercial agencies,
Green Horizons Lighting, LLC– which works with commercial industrial and government clients to create customized energy efficient lighting solutions,
Strategic Initial Outfitting Transition Solutions, LLC– which specializes in turnkey initial outfitting and transition management services for government and commercial customers,
Precision Air, Inc.- a part 145 repair station based in Manning S.C. which focuses on commercial aircraft composite repair,
TKC Properties, Inc.-a real estate property company in partnership with American Multiplex,
Kuskokwim Community Growth Corporation– a subsidiary providing support and services to the Alaska Native Village CEO Association.
She also oversees and serves on the Kuskokwim Educational Foundation Board of Directors, a non-profit scholarship foundation benefiting shareholders and residents of the Kuskokwim region.
Maver has built TKC’s revenue from $1.6 million revenue stream in 2004 to over $96 million through diversifying TKC’s portfolio with business acquisitions, forming partnerships, hiring and overseeing the right management team, establishing 8(a) government contracting companies and operating companies. TKC went from overseeing a $9 million stock and bond portfolio and four real estate property partnerships to forming 2 subsidiary holding companies and seven operating subsidiary operations throughout the U.S. over the course of 11 years.
As founder of ANVCA, Maver worked diligently on establishing an organization that has grown its membership and provides services and resources among ANCSA Village Corporations. ANVCA currently has an eight member board comprised of CEOs from Village Corporations and 97 members, including 72 Native Corporations. Within the last year ANVCA has established trainings, government advocacy and seminars directed specifically toward Village Corporation needs.
Raised in Fairbanks and Anchorage, Maver Carey is of Yup’ik Eskimo and Athabascan Indian descent, with family ties to Aniak. She is a 1985 graduate of Robert Service High School and a 1990 graduate of Gonzaga University in Spokane Washington.
She is a Leadership Anchorage graduate, was selected as Top 40 under 40, an Athena Society Award winner in 2011, Rotarian of the Year for Anchorage Gateway Rotary in 2014 and is the current President Elect.
She has been married to Jay since 1996 and they have two daughters, Kasila age 17 and Brystal age 11.
Sam Boyle grew up in Oklahoma and served in both the Marine Corps and Air Force. He was stationed at Eielson AFB for four years in the early 1980’s. After his service he received a degree in business, built a management consulting company and then co-founded an Internet company. He joined TKC in 2005 as the founder of TKC Aerospace. Since then, he has assumed responsibility for managing all our subsidiaries and is now TKC’s COO. Sam has been married to Cheryl for 25 years and they have four children. Their home is near Charleston, SC.
Race McCleery is The Kuskokwim Corporation’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and subsidiary Tumeq’s CFO. Race has over 25 years of experience in finance and accounting. His experience includes both public and private accounting and extensive experience with companies that focus on both commercial and government business in various industries. Over half of his professional experience has been with Alaska Native companies. Race graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 1989.
Andrea Gusty is the daughter of Cheryl Jerabek of Aniak and Andrew Gusty Sr. of Stony River. Yup’ik and Athabascan, Andrea is a TKC Class B shareholder and a Tribal member of Aniak. Andrea graduated from Aniak High School in 2001 and received Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in 2005.
After college, Andrea returned home to Alaska to work as an investigative news reporter and anchor for KTVA CBS 11 News in Anchorage. Andrea was hired by U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski in 2011 to be her Alaska Communications Director. Wanting to do more for the people of the Kuskokwim region and their descendants, Andrea began working for TKC in April 2014.
Andrea has been married to Clinton Bennett since 2011 and their sons Wilson Andrew and Randell Charlton are TKC Class B Shareholders.
Katie graduated from high school in Polson, Montana and moved to Alaska 14 years ago to pursue an education at the University of Alaska Anchorage. She graduated in 2006 with a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Accounting and has held a CPA license since 2008. Katie spent six years as an auditor at Mikunda Cottrell & Co., an Anchorage accounting firm, where she worked on the TKC financial statement audit for three years before she was hired on as TKC’s controller. She has been with TKC since June of 2011.Katie is married to Jay Dodson, and they have one daughter, Charlotte, who is three years old.