Endorsed Board Nominees Barbara Cadiente-Nelson Sarah Dybdahl Nicole Hallingstad Liz Medicine Crow Joe Nelson Independent Candidates Michelle L. McConkey Michael Roberts Vicki Soboleff
Info About Resolutions Resolution #1 Resolution #2 Resolution #3
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Community Meeting Information
Meetings and Events to Learn More About the Nominees and ResolutionsSealaska has scheduled several online events to help shareholders learn more about endorsed and independent candidates for the board, as well as to better understand the resolutions on this year’s proxy. The following schedule includes all meetings and forums that are currently scheduled. More may be added in the coming weeks, so please check back often for additional opportunities.
Virtual Community MeetingTuesday, May 11, 2021
6-8 p.m. AKDT
Sealaska held a virtual community meeting on May 11. The meeting included a presentation from Sealaska President & CEO Anthony Mallott on the company’s business performance in 2020, followed by an opportunity to meet this year’s endorsed and independent candidates for the five open seats on Sealaska’s Board of Directors.
Candidate ForumTuesday, May 18, 2021
6-7:30 p.m. AKDT
Candidates for Sealaska’s board of directors – both independent and board endorsed – will have the chance to speak to shareholders about their vision for the company’s future. Shareholders will be able to ask the candidates questions.
Lunch and Learn - Settlement TrustThursday, May 20, 2021
12-1 p.m. AKDT
We invite you to tune in today from 12-1 p.m. AKDT via Zoom to learn more about Resolution 1: Establishing a Settlement Trust.
Join Sealaska President & CEO Anthony Mallott, Director of Tax and Finance Mark Poplis and Shareholder Participation Committee (SPC) member Penny Gage in a lunch and learn as they discuss an overview of the proposed tax savings settlement trust. The majority of the meeting to answer shareholder questions about the settlement trust.
An Alaska Native Corporation Settlement Trust provides Sealaska and its shareholders with significant tax advantages. Distributions to shareholders (referred to as “beneficiaries” under the trust) will not be subject to federal tax. Changes to federal tax law in 2017 allow Native corporations to make contributions to a settlement trust using pre-tax dollars. This change reduces the federal government’s share of a Native corporation’s income, creating a cash savings that can then be used to fund benefit programs, like distributions.
Community MeetingSaturday, May 22, 2021
12-1:30 p.m. AKDT
Tune in for a presentation from Sealaska President & CEO Anthony Mallott on Sealaska’s business performance in 2020, and hear from endorsed and independent candidates for Sealaska’s board of directors. Shareholders will have an opportunity to ask questions of Sealaska leadership.