Category: Shareholders

Workforce Development at Sealaska

Sealaska’s financial success allows for increased investment in workforce and career development, a priority consistently reflected in shareholder surveys. Sealaska seeks shareholder input and invests

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Sealaska Settlement Trust FAQs

Sealaska shareholders approved a resolution to establish the Sealaska Settlement Trust by a margin greater than three to one during the 2021 shareholder election. The

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Sealaska Student Sponsorship Opportunity

Sealaska is providing opportunity for students to experience education enhancement and career development outside of the classroom! Apply to be a Sealaska-sponsored student to attend

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Sealaska Issues Shareholder Survey About Blood Quantum

Sealaska is continuing its effort to understand our shareholders’ views and priorities about the current eligibility requirements to enroll as a shareholder.  Beginning today, Thursday, Nov. 4, Sealaska shareholders are invited

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Your Questions, Answered: Fall 2021 Sealaska Distribution

Sealaska’s fall 2021 distribution will be announced on Friday, Oct. 29. Distributions are just one of many benefits Sealaska provides to shareholders and descendants, including educational and professional development programs like scholarships

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Sealaska Wants Your Feedback

Every few years, Sealaska reaches out to shareholders as part of an ongoing effort to gather shareholder opinions and feedback. Sealaska is launching the most recent shareholder survey the week of April 19. We look forward

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2021 Q1 Letter from the Chair

The following letter from Sealaska Board Chair Joe Nelson was published in the Q1 newsletter, which mailed to shareholders in early April. To view the

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Shop Native-Owned

It is the holiday season, and a great opportunity to support local, Native-owned businesses, artists and entrepreneurs. Sealaska invited its shareholders, descendants and others in

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Because We Cherish You

When our Elders came together for the first Sealaska Elders Conference 40 years ago, a single theme emerged: preserving the past and passing it on

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Candidate profile: Lisa Lang

As a Sealaska Board of Directors endorsed candidate, Lisa Lang brings her understanding of the profound changes that Alaska, its lands, people, economies and cultures

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Candidate profile: Mike Roberts

Mike Roberts’ motivation for running for the Sealaska board is straightforward: “Shareholders need to be heard and not just listened to.” Roberts draws the distinction

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Go Green, Make the Change

We have created an option for shareholders to receive information electronically from Sealaska. If you choose this option, the following information will be sent to

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Sealaska Seeks Board Youth Advisor

Sealaska seeks the next Board Youth Advisor and is accepting applications for 2019-2020 term. Each year, Sealaska directors select a non-voting youth advisor to the

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2019 Intern Spotlight: Accounting Intern

Accounting Intern Finds Career Confidence while Connecting with Tlingit HeritageBy: Mikki Moriarty, 2019 Accounting Intern I have found more grounding and confidence in this field.

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Hoops 4 Life | Apply Today

Sealaska is partnering with SEARHC (Southeast Regional Health Consortium), and Sitka Tribe of Alaska for instructional basketball, clinic and 3×3 tournament. ATTENTION ATTENDEES: Please bring

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2019 Early Bird Winners!

Thank you for voting your 2019 Sealaska proxy. Here are the list of winners, who will be contacted directly with Sealaska. Those eligible for early

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Notice of 2019 Annual Meeting

The 2019 Sealaska annual meeting of shareholders is on Saturday, June 22, 2019, at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage, AK. A live webcast will be

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2018 Early Bird Winners

The Independent Inspectors of Election and Voting randomly selected the winners below from among all voting shareholders, who returned a proxy for the 2018 annual

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Be the Change You Seek

A letter from Sealaska Chair Joe Nelson discussing the 2018 Celebration theme “Respect: Weigh Your Words” Joe Nelson, Sealaska Board Chair For decades, we have

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