Tate London, Bothell, WA

"I am very proud to serve on the Sealaska Corporation board of directors. As a former scholarship recipient of Sealaska, I recognize the importance of gaining your education and trying to give something back to the Native community."

A highly respected attorney across the Pacific Northwest, J. Tate London works with the federally recognized tribes in Western Washington on issues ranging from public safety to preserving the integrity of Indian gaming.

London is Tlingit, Raven/Dog Salmon, originally from Ketchikan, Alaska, and is the son of Sealaska shareholder, Ernie Boyd. He lives in Bothell, Washington, with his wife and family.

London was elected to the Sealaska board in 2005. He serves on the Audit Committee, the Compensation Committee, and the Elders' Settlement Trust board of trustees. He is also an active Sealaska shareholder who attended 15 of the last 17 Sealaska annual meetings prior to becoming a director, as well as many Celebrations over the years.

He received his bachelor's degree in political science from Stanford University, and his Juris Doctorate from Stanford Law School.