Fact Sheet

  1. The Village of Tyonek is located 40 air miles southwest of Alaska’s largest City, Anchorage.  Of approximately 875 shareholders, 165 of whom currently live in the Village.  411 live in the Anchorage and Kenai area.  The rest are out of state.
  2. The Corporation manages over 190,000 acres of land, primarily on the West side of Cook Inlet in South Central Alaska.
  3. Tyonek is the parent company to a broad variety of subsidiary businesses including ISO 9000 Certified defense manufacturing and engineering, aircraft maintenance, information technology services, and construction and oilfield support services.
  4. Tyonek’s companies employ people in Alaska and in the Lower 48 states.  52% of those employees are US Veterans.
  5. Tyonek has subsidiary facilities located throughout the continental United States.
  6. Tyonek Native Corporation (Tyonek) is an Alaska Native Corporation formed under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 (ANCSA). Tyonek Native Corporation is a Village corporation within the Cook Inlet Region.
  7. Tyonek is classified with the US Small Business Administration as an ANC 8(a) certified small disadvantaged business.
  8. Tyonek Native Corporation’s CEO is Leo Barlow.
  9. The Corporation is governed by a Board of nine (9) Directors, with corporate business duties executed by a professional management staff.  The Board meets bi-monthly. Board seats (shareholders only) are held for three years.
  10. Tyonek Native Corporation’s headquarters is located in Anchorage, Alaska with additional corporate offices in Huntsville, Alabama.  A satellite office in the Village of Tyonek provides for direct interface with its shareholders.
  11. Tyonek supports a non-profit wing called The Tebughna Foundation.  “Tebughna” means “Beach People.”