Thomas Huhndorf Appointed to SCF Board of Directors
Southcentral Foundation’s Board of Directors has announced Thomas Huhndorf as the newest appointed member to its board.
Huhndorf is a maintenance supervisor for Alyeska Pipeline Service Company and a member of Alyeska Pipeline Service Company’s Section 29 Advisory Board. He is a former director of CIRI Alaska Tourism Corporation, Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Salamatof Native Association, Teya Development Company and Teya Technologies, and a former owner/member of Huhndorf Electric. Huhndorf has served on the CIRI Board since 2004 and is a former CIRI Shareholder Participation Committee member.
Born in Anchorage, Huhndorf was raised on his family’s homestead in Nikiski. He grew up commercial fishing in Cook Inlet. Today, he splits his time between his residences in Valdez and Ninilchik. He and his wife, Grace, have three children.
“Mr. Huhndorf’s expertise will be a great asset to Southcentral Foundation as we continue to provide the highest quality health services for the Alaska Native Community,” said SCF Board of Directors Chairman James Segura.
“It is a pleasure to welcome Tom to the SCF Board of Directors,” said SCF President/CEO Katherine Gottlieb. “We are blessed to have someone with his background to serve in this important role. I look forward to working with him.”
Huhndorf was appointed to SCF’s Board of Directors on January 17. SCF is governed by a seven-member Alaska Native board of directors. They are responsible for establishing the policies that guide the health care organization that serves 65,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people living in Anchorage, the Mat-Su Borough, and 55 rural villages in the Anchorage Service Unit.
The current board members are Chairman James Segura, Vice Chairman Charles Anderson, Secretary/Treasurer Karen Caindec and Directors Charles Akers, Roy M. Huhndorf, Dr. Terry Simpson and Thomas Huhndorf.