The Independent Inspectors of Election and Voting randomly selected the winners below from among all voting shareholders, who returned a proxy for the 2017 annual meeting. The winners will be contacted by Sealaska. Thank you for voting everyone. Congratulations to all!
Sealaska hosted a live webcast of the 2017 annual meeting. The meeting was held in Hydaburg, Alaska, Saturday June 24, 2017. Hundreds of shareholders participated in the live webcast throughout the day.
The following shareholders were randomly selected as webcast prize winners. Sealaska will be reaching out to the winners regarding their prize. Thank you to all who joined the webcast for the annual meeting.
World leaders recently reaffirmed its commitment to combating climate change, by signing the Paris Agreement. The United States opted out of the global agreement. In response, several States formed the United States Climate Alliance. Reducing the carbon dioxide emissions is one opportunity to reduce the potential threat of climate change.
The Independent Inspectors of Election and Voting randomly selected the winners below from among all voting shareholders, who returned a proxy for the 2017 annual meeting. The winners will be contacted by Sealaska. Thank you for voting early everyone. Congratulations to all!
In early May, 2017, Alaska Native leaders called on legislators to find a solution to the State’s fiscal crisis. “Our elected officials must work together to adopt a fair and comprehensive budget that is not solely dependent on oil revenue,” said Sealaska Chair Joe Nelson. “The Alaska Federation of Natives and Sealaska will support fiscal solutions that do not place undue burdens on our rural communities.”
DALÁNG FALÁNG GASGADÁANG (WE WELCOME YOU) Sealaska will be holding its 2017 Annual Meeting of Shareholders in Hydaburg, Alaska. When: Saturday June 24, 2017 1:00 pm (Alaska Time) Where: Hydaburg high School Gymnasium Totem Park and main Street Hydaburg, AK 99922
Sealaska Corporation has had a Governance subcommittee of the Audit Committee for many years. In the past year, the Governance Committee has worked with the Board to develop and implement important policies and processes to build and strengthen Sealaska’s corporate governance. The Governance and Nominations Committee (G&N) makes recommendations on corporate governance to the full Sealaska Board, based on corporate best practices.