is important, as we implement our corporate business model, that we
remember the traditions that guide us. Those traditions are generations
old and still have value as we move forward. They are our foundation
and our distinct identity.”
Rick Harris currently serves as Sealaska’s executive vice president.
in Pocatello, ID, Rick moved to Ketchikan, AK, in 1978 to work
in aquaculture. In 1980, he was recruited by Sealaska to be the
environmental coordination manager. Since that time, he has held
several management and executive positions within Sealaska, including
senior vice president of Natural Resources and executive vice president
for Sealaska Timber Corporation.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in fisheries from the University of Washington.