UIC announces new Benefits Accounting Manager
Photo courtesy of Ukpeagvik Inupiat Corporation
Shelly Tuttle joins Ukpeaġvik Iñupiat Corporation (UIC) as its Benefits Accounting Manager.
Shelly is a “born and raised” Alaskan who grew up in Anchorage. She graduated from University Alaska Anchorage (UAA) in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. Additionally, she has completed several programs in Anchorage while attending UAA: the First Alaskan’s Institute Summer Internship program in 2009 (which helped tremendously in kick-starting her career), as well as the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Executive Advancement Program (LEAP) in 2010.
After graduation, Shelly spent 5 years with the Aleut Corporation as an accountant and felt honored to be able to immediately give back to the corporation and its Foundation, which helped tremendously with her college scholarships.
Shelly also worked for NANA Management Services as a Senior Accountant for their Camps and Security Division, managing and setting up multi-million dollar contracts and billings. Her hobbies are camping, fishing and travel. Her volunteer work includes: the Anchorage Downtown Soup Kitchen, the Food Bank of Alaska, and planting trees in Kincaid Park.
UIC is the Alaska Native Village Corporation of Barrow, Alaska and provides social and economic resources to over 2,900 Iñupiat shareholders and their descendants. Since its establishment, UIC has diversified its investments and consistently ranks among the top largest Alaskan-owned companies. UIC has over 3,000 employees and provides services to clients in a variety of industries, including operations in Barrow, construction, architecture and engineering, regulatory consulting, information technology, marine operations, logistics, and maintenance and manufacturing. More information about UIC and its family of companies can be found at www.uicalaska.com.