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2021 Proxy Statement
Sealaska mailed proxy materials to shareholders on May 5, 2021. The materials include a proxy card and proxy statement.
ATTENTION NEW SHAREHOLDERS
If you are a newly enrolled shareholder descendant owning only Class D–Descendant shares, or you are a Sealaska shareholder for the first time through gifted or inherited shares, this might be the first proxy statement and proxy card you have received.
This booklet (proxy statement) contains the information you will need to be able to vote (cast your proxy card) for this year’s annual meeting of shareholders. If you find you still have questions, please do not hesitate to give us a call. Contact the Corporate Secretary at 907.586.1512 with your voting questions.
ATTENTION ELDERS WITH LIFE ESTATE STOCK
If you are an Elder who has received 100 shares of Class E–Elder life estate stock, please remember that Class E stock does not carry voting power and does not contribute to the number of your total votes for the annual meeting. Only the original voting stock you currently own may be used to cast votes. The number of shares of voting stock you own, and the number of votes you have, can be found on the front of your proxy card.
VOTE FOR DIRECTORS: HOW MANY VOTES DO YOU HAVE?
If you are voting on the proxy card you received in the mail from Sealaska, then the number of votes that you have is printed on your proxy card in the upper right corner. You may also download and print a blank proxy from the Sealaska website, request another proxy from Sealaska headquarters, or vote your proxy online. Each share of voting stock is entitled to one vote for each director to be elected. For example, this year five directors will be elected, so if you own 100 shares, you have 500 votes.
EXAMPLE: 100 SHARES X 5 DIRECTORS TO BE ELECTED = 500 VOTES
These votes can be distributed any way you determine among one to no more than five nominees if you vote directed. This is known as “cumulative voting.” If you vote discretionary, you do not need to allocate your votes. See “How to Vote Your Paper Proxy” starting on page 6 for more information on completing your proxy card.