Calista Corporation Announces Final 2022 Proxy Prize Winners
More than 12,600 Shareholders Qualified for $17,000 in Prizes
June 1, 2023
(Anchorage, Alaska) – Ten Calista Corporation Shareholders are final 2023 Online Regular and Regular proxy prize winners in the 49th Annual Meeting of Shareholders.
More than 12,600 Shareholders who cast valid proxy votes by 5 pm on May 30 qualified for the two final rounds of proxy prizes. Three Online Regular prizes were drawn from valid proxy votes cast online. Seven Regular prizes were drawn from all valid paper and online proxy votes. Winners were randomly selected by Sramek-Hightower, a certified public accounting firm in Anchorage that serves as the Inspector of Elections.
- $5,000 Online Regular Prize – Molly Littlefish (Upper Kalskag)
- $2,500 Online Regular and Regular Prizes – Christine N. Paul (Kipnuk) and Felix J. Symbol (Chevak)
- $1,000 Online Regular and Regular Prizes – Bernard L. Mael (Chefornak), Isaiah A. Anvil (Bethel), Jennifer T. A. Parent (Tununak), Micah G. V. C. Albrite (Akiak), Justin A. T. Nick (Pilot Station), Carmen R. Williams (Napaskiak), and George B. Hooper, Jr. (Tununak)
“Quyana to all Calista Shareholders who voted in the 2023 Board of Directors election. A record-breaking 80 percent of voting Shareholders cast their votes online this year. In addition, we saw an increase in online voting by Elders—over 56 percent of voting Elders cast their votes online,” said Thom Aparuk Leonard, vice president of Corporate Affairs.
Shareholder votes solely decide Board elections and proxy prizes are only awarded if enough Shareholders vote and quorum is reached. The Inspector of Elections typically certifies quorum results within five business days after the Annual Meeting.
Learn more about the 49th Annual Meeting of Shareholders on June 2 in Platinum.
Calista Corporation has over 36,100 Shareholders and is the parent company of more than 30 subsidiaries in the following industries: defense contracting, construction, real estate, environmental services, natural resource development, marine transportation, oilfield services, and heavy equipment sales, service and rentals. Since 1994, Calista has provided more than $6.1 million in scholarships to its Shareholders and Descendants. Since inception, Calista has declared more than $124 million in dividends and distributions, including $10.2 million in Elders’ Benefit Program distributions to Shareholders. Calista can be found on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.