Meet the UA Facilities Council
Vice President of University Relations & Chief Strategy, Planning and Budget Officer
Butrovich Building Ste. 202 Fairbanks, AK 99775
Rizk came to Alaska in 1982 when her father was transferred with the United States Air Force. She grew up in North Pole and is a 1997 graduate of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) where she received a bachelor’s degree in international business and Spanish. She later completed her master's of business administration at UAF. In 2013 she was recognized as one of the Alaska Journal of Commerce's "Top Forty under 40" recipients. Rizk and her husband Anthony have two sons, Kobe and Drew. She enjoys running in her free time.
Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services
1810 Salcha Street, Fairbanks, AK, 99775
Vice Chancellor of Administrative Services, Director of IT Services
11066 Auke Lake Way Juneau, AK 99801
UAA Vice Chancellor of Administrative Services
Administration/Humanities Building (ADM) Rm. 226 Anchorage, Alaska 99508
Ryan Buchholdt has been appointed vice chancellor for administrative services. Buchholdt has served in a number of leadership positions
within UAA Administrative Services for nearly a decade. He was appointed interim budget
director in April 2020 and subsequently permanent budget director in December 2021.
UAA Associate Vice Chancellor of Facilities & Campus Services
Facilities & Campus Services
3890 University Lake Drive Anchorage, AK 99508
Kim Mahoney has worked extensively around the state of Alaska performing project management for planning, design and construction of state-owned facilities. Mahoney has performed masterplanning and capital projects for AVTEC in Seward and in 2016 completed a $139M project for the State Library Archives and Museum in Juneau Alaska for the Department of Education and Early Development. Mahoney received a degree from University of Alaska Fairbanks in civil engineering and similarly holds a professional engineering license in civil engineering. Mahoney was raised in remote Alaskan lodges at Hatcher Pass and later at Lake Louise and for over 45 years has enjoyed the Alaskan frontier and its peoples for their ruggedness and the grit it takes to live here.
Mahoney is married to an UAA alumni and life-long Alaskan, Tim, whose family homesteaded in the Matanuska Valley in the 1960's. They have two children and their son is currently a UAA student.
Associate Vice Chancellor, Facilities Services
P.O. Box 757380 Fairbanks, AK 99775-7380
Fritze started at UAF Facilities Services in 2000 as the leasing manager and has served in various facilities-related roles since then. Most recently, she served as the executive officer and director of business operations, with responsibility for budgeting and accounting for Facilities Services’ annual operating budget, in addition to managing UAF’s campus mail center, transportation services, central receiving, custodial services, leasing, and the warehouse and procurement shared services areas.
UAS Director of Facilities
11066 Auke Lake Way Juneau, AK 99801
Chief Lands Officer
1815 Bragaw St. Suite 101 Anchorage, AK 99508
Before joining the UA, Stolpe worked at the Department of Natural Resources for more than six years within the Division of Mining, Land and Water Realty Services Section.
Stolpe was raised in California and lived in several states before settling in Alaska in 2011.
Stolpe holds a Bachelor of Science degree in geological sciences from George Washington University and a Master of Science degree in geology from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Stolpe lives in Anchorage with her husband Logan, who was born and raised in Petersburg, Alaska, and their two young children. In their free time, Stolpe and her husband enjoy skiing, running, climbing and backpacking. The two also have a pair of exuberant Australian Shepherds who join them on their adventures in the Chugach.