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.
Maribel Bobby is the daughter of Margaret Bobby of Sleetmute and Wassilie Bobby of Lime Village. She a TKC Class B Shareholder and is of Athabascan and Yup’ik decent. Maribel graduated from Anchorage Vocational Institute of Learning in 2004 and attended three terms at Alaska Career College. She began working for TKC in 2012 as the receptionist and was promoted to Accounting Assistant in 2013. Maribel processes payroll, does filing and light accounting duties for TKC and its family of companies.
Maribel lives in Anchorage with her fiancé Samuel Johns, and their two daughters, 8 year-old Aaliyah and 1 month-old Brooklyn.
Liz Pinnell moved to Alaska in 2013 from Texas to be closer to her adult children. She began working at The Kuskokwim Corporation shortly after, first as a temporary hire, then as TKC’s full time administrative assistant and receptionist. Liz has overseen the organization of TKC’s extensive filing system and historical document storage, as well as helped streamline and digitize TKC shareholder records.
Liz lives in Anchorage with her husband, James, and two mixed dogs, Aggie and Rosie. She enjoys hiking and photographing Alaska’s natural wonders, scrapbooking and baking. She appreciates the opportunity to work for The Kuskokwim Corporation and its shareholders.
Lillian M. Phillips is the daughter of late Nick & Malina Phillips of Chuathbaluk. Lillian is full Yup’ik, but not a fluent Yup’ik speaker. She is an original TKC and Calista shareholder. Lillian was raised in Chuathbaluk and graduated from Crow Village Sam School in Chuathbaluk in 1987. She attended hair styling school at Trend Setters spring of 2000. Lillian moved with her family to Anchorage August of 2000. She is a proud mother and grandmother. Her two girls, Flora M. Phillips and Elizabeth S. Soosuk, are both TKC Class B & Class A (inherited) shareholders. Her grandchildren, Brooklynn M. Dorris and Briston D. Soosuk are TKC Class B shareholders. Lillian began working for TKC in March, 2015 and says she is happy to be working for TKC and for the people of the Middle Kuskokwim area.