Tatitlek Shareholder Services
SHS BIO - last updated on 08/02/2017

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Chairman of the Board of Directors
Time with TTC: 13 years
Lloyd has championed shareholder interests as a member of the TTC Board of Directors since 1993 and has served as Chairman of the TTC Board of Directors since 2005. Lloyd began his career with TTC in 2000, while working for Real Estate Services, Inc., and was instrumental in transitioning the company to become Tatitlek Management, Inc. and part of the 8(a) arena. Following this success, Lloyd established the TTC Shareholder Services Department and continues to serve his fellow shareholders on a day-to-day basis.

 

 

Angela Totemoff
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Time with TTC: 3 years
For the past three years Angela has worked for The Tatitlek Corporation as a Contracts Administrator and a participant in the Shareholder Management Development Program.  In the past she worked for the Chenega Corporation as a Risk Management Specialist and a Management Intern while she was attending college.  Angela grew up in the village of Tatitlek.  Since graduation and moving away from home she has receivedd a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and a master's degree in Business Administration in Information and Communication Technology from Alaska Pacific University. Angela is currently pursuing a Project Management degree from the University of Alaska Anchorage.

 

 

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Shareholder Relations Coordinator
Time with TTC: 5 years
Michelle Vlasoff transferred to the Shareholder Services Department, as Lands Coordinator, in June 2009. She has significant experience working with the Native Village of Tatitlek IRA Council and was instrumental in founding the Tatitlek Tribal Environmental Program. Michelle has devoted many years to Prince William Sound through commercial fishing and pursuit of her traditional subsistence lifestyle. Michelle will be continuing her education and attending the University of Alaska Anchorage, beginning in the fall 2009 semester. She is an active outdoor person who promotes a healthy personal and professional lifestyle.