Tim Troll

Tim Troll came to Alaska in 1978 to serve as a VISTA volunteer lawyer in Bethel.  Since then, he has been a city manager for two rural villages, CEO for an ANCSA village corporation; a practicing lawyer in Anchorage; a state Rural Business Advisor; and a conservation program director for The Nature Conservancy.  He is currently the Executive Director for the Bristol Bay Heritage Land Trust, a conservation non-profit he helped establish in 2000. While art has not been his career, it has been an avocation. His work has appeared in many statewide exhibits and is represented in the collections of the State of Alaska, several museums, and numerous private individuals. In 2019 his conservation work and promotion of Yup’ik Dance in Southwest Alaska were recognized by the Alaska Federation of Natives with the Denali Award.