Shareholder Services

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Records Management
Change of Contact Information
Shareholder Representation
Descendent Registration

Dividends & Stock
Wills
Gifting
Tax Withholding
Direct Deposit
Federal Withholding
Dividend Replacement Requests

Other
Annual Meetings
Portal Assistance
Burial Assistance
Village Beautification Program

Corporate Commitment to Shareholders

Vision: The Tatitlek Corporation strives to bridge the traditions of our village with global economic opportunity, enhancing the quality of life for our people.

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Cares Act

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Posted Feb. 2022

The COVID-19 public health crisis and resulting economic crisis have put state, local, and tribal governments under unprecedented strain. The Treasury Department has provided needed relief to state, local, and Tribal governments to enable them to continue...

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2022 Cultural Heritage Week Planning

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Posted Feb. 2022

The pandemic threw a wrench in our cultural gatherings. We recall watching the news closely in February and March 2020 and making the gut-wrenching call to cancel our 2020 event. In 2021, we were able to have a mini gathering for local students. We’ve also been able to create online virtual traditional arts classes that continue today.

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COVID Safety Protocols

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Posted Feb. 2022

Thanks to quick response from TTC’s leadership team, corporate headquarters have remained open since May 2020.

Employee safety has remained a top priority by closely following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, establishing separate employee workspaces, and following a strict social...

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Ipineq Days

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Posted Feb. 2022

Ipineq Days (Happy Days) is a community engagement campaign that was a collaborative project created through the Chugach Regional Response Group (“CRRG”) weekly meetings. CRRG consists of leaders from organizations within the Chugach Region dedicated to the collective efforts to come...

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Team

Angela Totemoff is currently the Director of Shareholder Services and the President of the Copper Mountain Foundation. She has worked for The Tatitlek Corporation in several capacities, beginning as a participant in the Shareholder Management Development Program in 2011, then as a Contracts Administrator in 2013. In the past she worked for the Chenega Corporation as a Risk Management Specialist and a Management Intern while she was attending college.

She has received 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, and a master’s degree in Project Management from the University of Alaska Anchorage.

Angela Totemoff
Director of Shareholder Services

Currently based out of The Tatitlek Corporation’s office in Anchorage, AK, Rami works as Shareholder Services Liaison. Most recently, she held a part-time role as Shareholder Relations Coordinator and Tribal Administrator, working closely with the Tatitlek Village IRA Council to bridge connections and align goals for TTC and the IRA Council to support the Tatitlek Village community.

Her work history includes several years on the TTC Information Technology Helpdesk Support team and Chugach Alaska Corporation’s Shareholder Services team as Cultural Resources Apprentice. She is a Copper Mountain Foundation recipient and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems and Associates of Applied Science in Computer Science from the University of Alaska Anchorage. She will be pursuing a certificate in Bookkeeping from UAA in the fall of 2022.

Rami Paulson
Shareholder Services Liason

Hayley Brink joined the Shareholder Services team in 2019. Her current duties include providing for frontline shareholder needs such as record coordination, dividend updates and estate settlements in addition to administrative duties and direct support of the Director of Shareholder Services, Angela Totemoff. Notably she also oversees the scholarship award process via Copper Mountain Foundation and coordinates events such as the annual shareholders’ meeting.

Hayley is a Copper Mountain Foundation scholarship recipient and attended the University of Alaska, Anchorage in pursuit of a degree in Business Administration. She grew up in Ouzinkie, AK and is grateful to assist shareholders and gain knowledge of her culture in this role.

Hayley Brink Shareholder Services Specialist