Sealaska Hires Carrie Rorem as Chief Financial Officer
Thursday, December 19, 2019

As the new chief financial officer, Carrie Rorem leads Sealaska’s finance and information technology departments.

In this role, she oversees the company’s financial management, its accounting and internal control systems, and the company’s budget and financial matters. 

Carrie supports the success of the company’s businesses through creative problem-solving, strategic insight, and analysis that supports informed decision-making. She is building systems that scale as Sealaska continues to grow, ensuring that her team is a consistent, reliable, high-performing resource for the organization. Her efforts are guided by her strong values.

Since she started her new role in August, Carrie says she has witnessed a company that is truly guided by core values while building a better future for the planet. 

“Sealaska’s decisions and its mission are guided by a long history of a connection to place and I look forward to working alongside my new team,” said Carrie. “It is a privilege to support Sealaska and its 22,000 shareholders.” Carrie is originally from Boise, Idaho. She graduated from the College of Idaho with a bachelor’s degree in business and accounting. She is also a licensed CPA in Washington state.


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