“I have a strong cultural bond to Southeast Alaska. Sealaska was a significant contributor to my scholastic and professional development. This opportunity helps me fulfill an important personal commitment to help the company and shareholders into the future.”
Anthony Mallott manages Sealaska’s investments within the financial markets. He was a vice president within Bank of America’s capital markets, working in the portfolio and risk strategy group for 10 years. He worked with both corporate clients in regards to treasury risk management and with institutional clients, hedge funds, pension plans and asset managers on foreign exchange aspects within their portfolios.
He is of the Tlingit Nation-Eagle Tribe, Tsaagweidí (Killerwhale) Clan, as well as the Koyukon Athabascan, Caribou Clan. His Tlingit name is Gunnuk.
Anthony served as a Sealaska intern in 1994 and 1995, and received his Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering from Stanford University in 1996. He was appointed in 2013 to serve on National American Bank (NAB) board.