Submitted 9 months 3 weeks ago by dixie.hutchinson.
Sealaska directors approved a 2017 Spring Distribution to shareholders, totaling $10.6m. The distribution date is Friday, April 14, 2017. Sealaska will report another year of strong business growth and positive net income for 2016.
“The board and management are focused on developing existing businesses that have growth potential, match our values and are aligned with our strategic direction,” said Sealaska Chair Joe...read more
“The board and management are focused on developing existing businesses that have growth potential, match our values and are aligned with our strategic direction,” said Sealaska Chair Joe Nelson. “We have narrowed our operational focus to three segments; natural foods, natural resources, and government services.”">Share 0 Comments
Submitted 10 months 1 week ago by dixie.hutchinson.
This week on Prince of Wales Island, 13 students attending the second Forestry Training Academy. are proof that collaboration can be more than just a buzzword. The Forestry Training Academy is two weeks of training to prepare students for local jobs in natural resources. The U.S. Forest Service, state Division of Forestry, state Division of Economic Development, Sealaska Timber, Spruceroot Community Development Fund and Sustainable Southeast Partnership are working together to support the...read more
Submitted 10 months 3 weeks ago by dixie.hutchinson.
Now, her time is preparing for the next stage, representing Alaska at the Miss USA competition in May. The national event, requires contestants to secure funds to prepare and compete in New York for the national title. If successful, London would be the first Tlingit to hold that title.
London is a Sealaska shareholder and former Sealaska Board Youth Advisor (BYA). She served as BYA from June 2014- June 2015. The position was founded by Sealaska directors to provide insight to Sealaska...read more
Two Southeast Alaska businesses have been recognized as innovative entrepreneurs. Skya’ana Coffee Co. and Wild Alaska Kelp Co. will each receive up to $40,000 in seed money for consulting/technical assistance to develop the business concept, along with support in finding investor funding.">Share 0 Comments
Submitted 11 months 1 week ago by dixie.hutchinson.
After a career with Southeast Alaska saw and paper mills, Huberth began working with Sealaska in the mid-1970’s as one of its first employees. His role as Sealaska’s Corporate Forester was to work with Sealaska board and management to identify lands in Southeast Alaska that Sealaska would select under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). ANCSA was the largest land agreement with the United States and indigenous people and is the law by which Southeast Native corporations received...read more
Submitted 11 months 2 weeks ago by dixie.hutchinson.
The Sealaska board, named Marlene Johnson and Ethel Lund as Director Emeriti. The recognition took place at the February 3, 2017 board meeting. Both join Director Emeritus Clarence Jackson in the recognition.
Like our first Director Emeritus Clarence Jackson, both Marlene and Ethel have been a consistent presence with Sealaska. The Sealaska board recognizes that both have advocated for the betterment of Alaska Natives thoughout their professional careers. The Board and I want to...read more
Submitted 11 months 2 weeks ago by dixie.hutchinson.
Each year, Sealaska shareholders elect directors to serve a three-year term on the board. Qualified Sealaska shareholders seeking candidacy as an Independent Nominee on the 2017 Sealaska Corporation proxy card, are required to complete the 2017 Nominee’s packet.
The deadline for submitting a completed Nominee’s packet to the Office of the Corporate Secretary is March 27, 2017 for those wanting...read more
Submitted 11 months 3 weeks ago by dixie.hutchinson.
If you are a Sealaska Shareholder and interested in filling a vacancy on the Board Slate for the 2017 Sealaska Board of Directors election, please forward a statement of interest and resume by February 28, 2017 to the Corporate Secretary at:...read more
Rosita Kaa háni Worl advised the board of directors that she would not be seeking re-election to the Sealaska Board of Directors for her board seat which expires on June 24, 2017. "It has been my honor and privilege to serve on the board," said Worl. "I have always said that since I was elected to this office, Sealaska has always been my highest priority second to my family, and I’ve devoted my energies to this end. I am proud to have contributed to making Sealaska a leader as a preeminent Native corporation. At this point in my life, I have other priorities to which I’d like to devote my attention."">Share 0 Comments
The proposal—an effort to prevent homeless people from sleeping in retail doorways and other spaces—would criminalize citizens who are the most impoverished residents and who suffer with physical, mental and social illnesses, the groups wrote.
“This ordinance would impose penalties on citizens who have the least capability to pay fines, ultimately leading to their incarceration. We believe the issue can be resolved in a humane and compassionate manner with the establishment of a site...read more
The presidents of Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI), Sealaska, the Central Council Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (CCTHITA) and the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) have written a letter petitioning the Juneau Assembly to reject a proposed ordinance to illegalize camping on private property in the downtown district.">Share 0 Comments