The Sealaska board recently completed a series of community meetings in nine communities around Southeast Alaska and Washington. We visited with nearly a thousand Sealaska shareholders, sharing updates about Sealaska, but also taking the time to listen and learn about what's happening in those communities. Read more about the meetings here. This is a rundown of some of the questions and comments we heard.
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 meeting. The winners will be contacted by Sealaska. Thank you for voting early everyone. Congratulations to all!
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.
Sealaska is meeting with communities during May. During the community meetings, shareholders have the opportunity to hear from board endorsed candidates as well as independents who are present at the meeting. At the Juneau community meeting, all board candidates gave their statements.
Sealaska’s board of directors announced its approval today of a shareholder bereavement benefit to provide support for its shareholders after the loss of a loved one. 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.