Anchorage, Alaska (May 12, 2016): The Eyak Corporation (TEC) is pleased to announce the promotion of Sue Jolin to Vice President of Finance. Jolin had served as TEC’s Senior Controller since her hiring in July 2015.

“Sue has accomplished many significant financial and strategic initiatives at TEC,” said TEC’s CEO Rod Worl. “Her work ethic, leadership, focus on mission, ability to work with others, and respect for our shareholders and board members have made her a valued member of our team.”  

“It has been a wonderful experience working at TEC,” Jolin said. “The support I’ve received from everyone during the last 10 months has been invaluable, and I look forward to many more years of professional fulfillment and success with the corporation.”

Prior to joining TEC, Jolin worked for the Anchorage School District, serving in various roles for seven years, most recently as the Executive Director of Finance. Jolin also worked for Era Aviation for five years holding various positions, including Assistant Controller. She grew up in Eagle River, Alaska.  

Jolin is a graduate of the University of Alaska Anchorage with a BBA in Business Management and Global Logistics Management and is scheduled to graduate with an MBA from West Texas A&M University on May 14, 2016.  In her free time, she loves to spend time with her husband and two children.

About TEC: The Eyak Corporation is an Alaska Native Village Corporation formed under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). The corporation’s mission is to return financial benefits to present and future shareholders through the development of economic opportunities and growth of assets while protecting the ownership of ANCSA lands and Native cultural heritage. More information can be found at www.eyakcorporation.com .

 

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