Board-Endorsed Candidate Deadline: February 28, 2020
Friday, February 21, 2020
Next Friday, February 28 is the deadline to submit your name for consideration as a board-endorsed candidate in 2020.
Great teamwork is generating great results. Sealaska is continuing to achieve record-breaking financial performance because of our commitment to continuous improvement and teamwork. In 2016, the board adjusted its nomination process for incumbents as part of its own continuous improvement and teamwork strategy. Since then, a number of new directors have joined the team both as independent and endorsed candidates.
We are looking for leaders! This year the board is looking for one or two new directors to join the board as endorsed candidates. We are also looking for independent candidates, board youth advisor candidates, and we will be looking for Shareholder Participation Committee members.
#OneSealaska. Whether you serve as a director, a board youth advisor, a participation committee member, or a voting shareholder, we are in this together as OneSealaska.
About Running as a Board-Endorsed Candidate
Shareholders who would like to be considered as a board-endorsed candidate must submit a letter of interest and resume by Friday, February 28, 2020, by 11:59 p.m. AKST. Shareholders will go through a rigorous vetting process, similar to any other executive-level job application. More information is available online.
About Running as a Independent Candidate
Sealaska shareholders who want to run as an independent candidate for the board will need to complete the nominee’s packet by Monday, March 30, 2020. Shareholders can also complete the process online by logging in to your MySealaska.com account.
Questions? Contact the Corporate Secretary’s Office
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