Karluk River Shareholder Cabin
Nestled on the edge of the Karluk River, Kodiak’s Green Goddess, as it is often referred, sits the new cabin reserved exclusively for Koniag Shareholders. This newly constructed facility is one of the five cabins Koniag owns along the Karluk Lake and River.
The Shareholder Cabin is a direct result of a recommendation from the Karluk River Advisory Committee. Through a memorandum of understanding with the Larsen Bay Tribal Council, community members volunteered to help erect the 700-square-foot cabin which features incredible views of the river, oil heat, comfortable quarters and a bear-fenced perimeter.
A portion of the funding for the construction of the Shareholder Cabin was provided by a generous gift from the late J.F. Morse, a former CEO of Koniag. Morse left Koniag in 1982, but named Koniag the beneficiary of his life insurance policy. Those who knew Morse say his leadership and values helped make Koniag the strong corporate leader it is today. On Sept. 24, 2010, Koniag, Inc. Lands and Natural Resources staff hosted a dedication of the new Shareholder cabin at the Karluk River Portage. Finishing touches were put on the cabin earlier in the fall of 2010 and it is now open to use by Koniag Shareholders and Descendants.
Class B Shareholders will receive their portion of Koniag’s shared resource development revenue from other regional corporations on June 30, 2015. This year’s distribution is $15.47 per share of Class B stock.
Class A and Class C Shareholders do not receive this distribution since by statute as these funds are paid to their respective village [...]more
Senior Administrative Assistant—Anchorage: Koniag is recruiting for a Senior Administrative Assistant position based in Anchorage. The Senior Administrative Assistant is responsible for the smooth and efficient operation of the Anchorage office, including facility and logistical support, as well as administrative support to the Anchorage-based Executive Team. Additionally, this position is the first line of communication [...]more