Gordon Pullar, Jr.
Gordon Pullar, Jr. is the Director of Business Operations for Koniag, Inc. which is Tuknik Government Services’ parent company and he has been with the company since 2010. His role includes preference program certifications and compliance (8(a), MBE, DBE, HUBZone), business startup and development, subsidiary support, annual operating plan production, and merger & acquisition due diligence. Other roles with Koniag include President of Koniag’s wholly owned subsidiary Kadiak, LLC, Assistant Facilities Security Officer, and formerly Director of Operations for the Kodiak Brown Bear Center.
Gordon currently serves on the Boards of Leisnoi, Inc., an Alaska Native Village Corporation representing 408 Alaska Native shareholders and the Alutiiq Heritage Foundation which governs the Alutiiq Museum on Kodiak Island. He is the current President of Tangirnaq Native Village aka the Woody Island Tribal Council. He was a 2015 recipient of the Alaska Journal of Commerce’s Top Forty Under 40 award.
Gordon holds a Master of Arts degree in Rural Development from the University of Alaska Fairbanks; and Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Florida State University.