Before being named president and CEO in May 2014, Anthony Mallott worked worked for eight years as Sealaska’s treasurer and chief investment officer.
Mallott brings deep experience in financial and investment management. In his role as chief investment officer, he was responsible for the direction of the treasury activities of the company and the management of corporate investment funds. As CIO, he was a member of the executive leadership team, which works closely with the board of directors to set the course of the company. Previously, Mallott spent nine years at Bank of America in San Francisco, providing risk management and currency investment consultation for the bank’s clients.
Mallott is chair of the Kootznoowoo Permanent Fund Settlement Trust, a trust for the benefit of Kootznoowoo, Inc. shareholders; a board member of the Rasmuson Foundation, a $600 million private foundation that promotes a better life for all Alaskans; and an investment committee member of the Alaska Community Foundation, a $60 million philanthropic fund.
With roots in Yakutat, Alaska, Mallott currently lives in Juneau, Alaska. He earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Stanford University. He is Tlingit, Eagle, Tsaagweidí (Killerwhale) Clan, as well as Koyukon Athabascan, Caribou Clan. His Tlingit name is Gunnuk.
Mallott is married with three children and enjoys fishing, hunting, hiking and camping.