Sealaska shareholders have returned five incumbents to the regional Native corporation’s 13-member board of directors.
Five independent candidates are challenging the same number of incumbents for seats on the Sealaska board of directors.
Could Sealaska make more money, pay higher dividends and make better use of its land? Yes, say some shareholders critical of the Southeast regional Native corporation’s management.
Sealaska, the regional Native corporation for Southeast, upped its income by $50 million in 2014. But it’s still losing money.
The man at the top of the Tongass is leaving soon. Forrest Cole will retire this spring after four decades with the U.S. Forest Service.
Sealaska’s new board chairman and CEO say the regional Native corporation is gearing up for growth.
The Sealaska regional Native corporation has a new board member and a new board chairman.
Sealaska's new CEO, new board chairman and at least one new board member face the challenges of a new economic reality.
Bryon Mallott will leave Sealaska’s board of directors next month to spend more time campaigning for governor.
The spring dividend for most Sealaska shareholders will be $721, but some will receive less than a tenth of that amount.