Tabetha Toloff grew up in Nikiski, Alaska, and is of Athabascan and Russian descent. She earned her Master of Organizational Leadership degree with a concentration in Servant Leadership from Gonzaga University; received her Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management from Alaska Pacific University (APU); and an Associate in Applied Science degree in Business Management from UAA. In 2014, she completed APU’s Alaska Native Executive Leadership Program.
Ms. Toloff is currently the CAO of Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC). Prior to joining CITC, Ms. Toloff oversaw the Alaska Native Program for Alyeska Pipeline Service Company and its associated commitments to the Alaska Native Utilization Agreement, scholarships, internships, employee development, community outreach, and stakeholder relations. Ms. Toloff has also worked as the Human Resources Manager for Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI) and as a Program Officer for The CIRI Foundation.
Ms. Toloff serves on the Alaska Native Heritage Center Board of Directors as Development Committee chair, and is chair of the Alaska Native Shareholder Development Action Group. She is a member of the Bering Straits Foundation Board of Directors and its Scholarship Award Committee, as well as a member of the University of Alaska (UAA) Alaska Native Advisory Council.