Goldbelt, Inc. Announces 2019 Election Results

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JULY 15, 2019

Goldbelt, Inc. Announces 2019 Election Results

Juneau, Alaska — The 45th Annual Meeting of Shareholders of Goldbelt, Inc. was held Saturday, July 13, 2019. Goldbelt’s shareholders voted to establish the Goldbelt Tináa Distributions Trust with an 85% approval rating and elected three directors, each to a three-year term. Nine shareholders ran as candidates for the three open board seats.

Two new directors, William Andrews and Todd Antioquia, were elected, replacing the seats previously held by Trudy Skan and Derek Duncan. Director Lisa-Marie Ikonomov was re-elected. All three elected directors were sworn in at the Annual Meeting.

Continuing board members include Katherine Eldemar, Andrea Cadiente-Laiti, and Leilani Wilson Walkush. Director Benjamin Coronell continues as Chairman of the Board; Lori Grant, Vice Chairwoman; Richard Beasley, Treasurer; and Lisa-Maire Ikonomov, Corporate Secretary.

“Goldbelt is extremely proud of its Goldbelt Tram, which is the second most visited tourist attraction in Juneau,” stated Chairman Coronell. "The Board’s long-term strategy includes further business development in Alaska. Goldbelt remains dedicated to the economic wellbeing of its shareholders, community, and state.”

Headquartered in Juneau, Alaska, Goldbelt, Inc. has more than 3,800 shareholders and was established in 1974 under the 1971 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. Goldbelt, Inc. is the largest private land owner in the City and Borough of Juneau and the Petersburg Borough.

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