Connecting the RIGHT people at the RIGHT time to create the BEST opportunities.

Kathy Mayo + Associates has a deep understanding of Alaska, its people, and the dynamics for consulting, collaborating, and partnering with Tribes, Alaska Native Corporations, and Tribal Consortiums & Alaska Native Entities.

Let our team create value for your projects and achieve necessary outcomes to move projects forward.

  • Community and stakeholder engagement strategies including stakeholder mapping
  • Scalable strategy and tactical plans
  • Facilitation of stakeholder meetings

NAICS Codes:

541611 Other Scientific and Technical
541820 Public Relations Agencies
541370 Surveying and Mapping
5415512 Computer Systems Design Services
517810 All Other Telecommunications


Kathy Mayo has over 35 years of professional experience working in energy, transportation, communications, and other infrastructure projects across Alaska. Mayo and her team have a deep understanding of the complexity of stakeholder relationships and their political and economic implications. Stakeholders include tribes and tribal consortiums, Alaska Native corporations, city and borough governments, Alaska state agencies and the Alaska legislative process, and other business and civic leaders. Tapping into these relationships and weaving together mutually beneficial understandings and outcomes is the basis of project success. 

Kathy Mayo is an active community leader in the greater-Fairbanks area and works at the national and state-level advancing infrastructure and resource development interests. She was born and raised in Fairbanks and has lived in Oregon and Washington, D.C.

Richard Glenn served as a member of the leadership team for Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC), Alaska’s largest privately-owned business and one of 12 Alaska Native regional corporations (2000-2021). During this time He was also an elected board member of ASRC for most of that time.  Richard served ASRC as Lands Manager, Senior and Executive Vice-President of Lands and Natural Resources, and finally as Executive Vice-President of Government and External Affairs.  

Prior to his tenure at ASRC, Richard Glenn was a department director at Alaska’s geographically largest home-rule municipality, the North Slope Borough (1991-2000), responsible for managing energy production, and exploration and development for Barrow, Alaska’s furthest-north community, and the energy needs of Barrow’s outlying communities.

Richard was instrumental in bringing visiting Arctic researchers and local Inupiat subject matter experts together to share and pursue a common Knowledge of the Arctic environment. 

Education includes MS Brooks Range Geology 1985-1991, University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), UAF PhD Geology- sea ice studies-all but dissertation,1989-1991 focused on Arctic geology and geophysics, both on- and offshore. Among many scientific leadership posts, Richard was twice appointed by the President to the United States Arctic Research Commission.  In 2020, Richard was awarded an honorary doctorate from UAF for his contributions to the advancement of arctic science and engineering.  Of Inupiat and White heritage, Richard served in Barrow, Alaska (now Utqiagvik) as his extended family’s subsistence whaling crew co-captain and performed in one of Utqiagvik’s Inupiaq dance/drum groups.

Josh Revak served in Alaska’s legislature, both in the House and the Senate (2018-2022). He served on Congressman Don Young’s staff, and the staffs of Senator Dan Sullivan and Congresswoman Mary Peltola.

Revak is a veteran, serving a full tour in Iraq as a main battle tank crew member with the 1-37 Armor, 1st Armored Brigade, 1st Armored Division, under the leadership of Major General Martin Dempsey. In his second tour of Iraq, Revak was severely wounded by an enemy mortar attack.

Revak has a Master of Business Administration degree from Alaska Pacific University. He is a life member of the Military Order of the Purple Heart.

Mr. Feinberg is a business analyst, strategist, and information technology architect with 30+ years of experience with Federal, state, local, nonprofit, and commercial sector organizations. He has served in architecture, standards, and business process modernization roles in Federal program management offices (PMO), including at the U.S. Air Force Headquarters, Office of the Secretary of Defense, and the USDA Farm Service Agency. He has guided organizations through business and digital transformations and helped establish sustainable processes for program strategy and portfolio management.

Renicka Gober manages and coordinates client work for Kathy Mayo + Associates. Renicka has over 25-years of experience in organizational management. She is a proud veteran of the United States Army and chose Fairbanks as her home after leaving military service. As a proponent of veteran affairs, she is a proud member of the Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce (GFCC) Military Committee, where her and other members serve as a leading voice advocating for community by supporting business prosperity in the Interior.

Renicka earned a master’s degree in Human Resource Management (2022) and is currently pursuing a second master’s degree in Project Management.

Sheila Vent provides graphic design services for Kathy Mayo + Associates. Vent is proficient in Adobe InDesign Suite and produces original graphics and layout design to meet client and organization needs.

Charlene Ostbloom, owner of Bloom Communications, offers Corporate Culture Camps and training services for companies doing business in Alaska. Training is aimed at promoting an appreciation for Alaska’s diverse cultures while empowering clients and their employees in working side by side with Alaska Native people.

Ostbloom brings extensive experience and firsthand knowledge of working with Alaska Native regional and village corporations, as well as tribal entities. As a proud shareholder of Doyon, an Alaska Native corporation, and a tribal member of the Native Village of Nulato, Charlene is dedicated to facilitating meaningful connections and fostering inclusivity.



For over 25 years, Kathy Mayo + Associates (KMA) has helped clients navigate complex relationships to create opportunity- developing and executing tactical plans.

  • DoD Strategies

  • Project Planning

  • Research & Documentation

  • Comprehensive Whitepapers & Documents

  • Stakeholder engagement plans

  • Foundation and funder Strategies

  • Communications strategies

  • Rural Alaska and Alaska Native engagement

  • Meeting planning for small and large meetings, providing documents including:
    -Talking notes
    -Strategies and Outcomes

  • Wilson Center, programming collaborator on Arctic Military presence

  • SERVES as Honorary Commander, Combat Training Command, Eielson Air Force Base

  • TIGER Team Member, participating in CIV/MIL Leadership Tour hosted by General Thomas Bussier of F-35 Lockheed assembly plant in Ft. Worth, TX



Over the years we have had the pleasure of working with a variety of clients, organizations and entities.

NuScale Power
North Wind (a CIRI company)
Bering Straits Regional Corporation
ExxonMobil/Alaska LNG
Alaska Oil and Gas Association
PODS (Pipeline Open Data Standards) Association

US Department of Energy

Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary
Office of the Federal Coordinator (Alaska Gas Line Project)
Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Office of Pipeline Monitoring
Alaska Native Educational Foundations
University of Alaska
Alaska Center for Energy and Power (Adjunct)

University Affiliated Research Center (UARC)
Kuna Engineering



Born and Raised

Kathy Mayo is a lifelong Alaskan. She understands the state and the multiple roles of stakeholders. Kathy is a tribal member of Eagle Village and a shareholder of Doyon, Limited (regional Native corporation) and Hungwitchin (village corporation) – as established by the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (1971).

Kathy Mayo is dedicated to advancing a vibrant economy in Alaska, the Arctic, and among Indigenous communities.



Please reach out and I will be in touch as soon as possible.