Recapping 2015 Sealaska Community Meetings

Learn what was presented at the community meetings

Sealaska meet with shareholders in several communities. The 2015 schedule included 7 community meetings and a webcast.

Sealaska President and CEO Anthony Mallott presented a business report reviewing financial performance for 2014. Here are a few excerpts from his presentation:

  • Net income: $14.9 million
  • Revenue: $121.4 million

Change within Sealaska, a renewed strategic focus, and continued commitment to our mission

  • Positive $50 million net income turn around
  • Reduced costs and operating improvements
  • Finalization of our land entitlement
  • Pursuing investment opportunities and growth initiatives in two business groupings


Sealaska visited with six communities this spring. In an effort to reach more shareholders, the last community meeting for 2015 was a webcast meeting. Below is a recording of this meeting.

Above is a recorded version of the 2015 webcast meeting held Thursday May 28, 2015.

Community Meeting Handouts
Sealaska provided six handouts showing how we impact communities, culture and people.

A Look at Sealaska’s 2014 Financial Performance 

Over the years, Sealaska has experienced both extraordinary growth and incredible     challenges. In 2013, we saw a net loss, some of which are cash losses (out of pocket) and     some of which are non-cash (paper losses).
For 2014

A Look at Sealaska’s 2014 Financial Performance 
We provided an update on the 2014 key initiatives outlined in the six point strategic plan

  • Narrow operations
  • Make an acquisition
  • Secure our lands
  • Reduce expenses
  • Create a streamlined government services function
  • Support economic development in Southeast Alaska
  • Read Sealaska financials handout

How Sealaska Impacts Communities
Sealaska’s purpose is to strengthen people, culture and homelands. We impact shareholders and communities in many ways.

Click on the community below to view impacts:

Sealaska Uplifting our Culture
Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) was conceived by clan leaders, traditional scholars and elders at the first Sealaska Elders Conference in 1980.  It was formally established by Sealaska, holding the responsibility of protecting and strengthening the container of wisdom.

Sealaska Land Legislation Summary
Quick Facts

  • Legislation enacted on December 19, 2014
  • Completes the conveyance of final 70,075 acres
  • Sealaska now owns 360,000 acres or 1.6 percent of our traditional homelands
  • Legislation included additional 150,000 acres of public land into conservation
  • Read land legislation summary

Update on Landless Legislation
Senate Bill 872 & House Bill 2836 introduced.

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