Ross was elected to the board in 2014, after a successful independent campaign. He was chair of the governance-nominations board committee and served on the audit and shareholder relations committees. He was also a member of the Elder’s Settlement trust board. He saw his role on the board as a way to contribute his knowledge and experience in a positive way and help Sealaska become an economic force that benefits children and grandchildren.
This program is a result of Sealaska’s growing financial strength and ongoing feedback from shareholders in support of meaningful benefits that make a difference in shareholders’ lives and reflect our Native values of helping one another through challenging times.
Deishú roughly translates to “the beginning and the end of the road, eternal journey” in Tlingit and is an area used by the Chilkat village that...read more
Submitted 1 month 2 weeks ago by dixie.hutchinson.
Attention Shareholders---Do you have business to conduct with Sealaska during Celebration 2018?
Shareholder parking is available in the parking spots along the plaza. Shareholders should not park in the assigned parking area to avoid having your car booted. When you get to the 4th floor please let reception know your license plate number.
Submitted 1 month 3 weeks ago by dixie.hutchinson.
We are honored that the people of Deishú Hít are allowing the name to carry Sealaska. Deishú is an area utilized by the Chilkat village that was located where the community of Haines is located. Deishú (Haines) sits on the banks of Portage Cove, the body of water east of the community. To the right of Deishú (Haines) is the Chilkoot River, to the left, Chilkat River.
Sealaska worked with Traditional Scholars Paul Marks and David Katzeek during...read more
Submitted 2 months 2 weeks ago by dixie.hutchinson.
The bereavement program becomes effective May 7, 2018 and includes a benefit of up to $1000 for original shareholders that pass away. All other deceased shareholders would receive benefit amounts based on the number of voting shares they have at the time of their death, up to a maximum payment of $1,000. Benefit payments will be made to the deceased shareholder’s estate or mortuary.
“This is a benefit that the board has discussed for decades and our shareholders have asked for, telling...read more
Submitted 2 months 3 weeks ago by dixie.hutchinson.
Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian people have lived on the land and waters of Southeast Alaska for thousands of years. Respect for the environment and shared cultural values are just two social systems that perpetuated Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian people, culture and a way of life. As a result, the people and culture are active, visible and present today.
Mallott presented how Sealaska is utilizing and embracing cultural values and how Sealaska translates those values. He...read more
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Submitted 3 months 5 days ago by dixie.hutchinson.
Shareholders may have moved and have forgotten to update thier address with Sealaska. We hope Shareholders take the time to update now, so they don’t miss out on receiving upcoming Sealaska information, such as proxy materials and the 2018 annual report.
We know shareholders are busy, so we have made updating information like an address easy, through the shareholder portal MySealaka.com.