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Thomas Mack

Thomas Mack has been the President of The Aleut Corporation since February 2006. In this role, he actively promotes Aleut’s positions on culture, education, economics and resource development issues. He communicates key Aleut messages to a wide variety of audiences, conveys policy recommendations to government leaders, works to increase outside funding for regional programs and partners with community leaders and legislators on Aleut-related legislation and policy issues. From April to August 2010, along with his presidential role, Mr. Mack served as Interim CEO. He was also a recipient of the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce’s “Alaska’s Top Forty Under 40” award in 2009.

Operations of the Aleut Corporation and its subsidiaries include government contracting, fuel sales, telecommunications, industrial products and services, and real estate management. The company also participates in various partnerships, joint ventures and other business activities.

Mr. Mack was raised in King Cove, Alaska, which is located on the tip of the Alaska Peninsula. After graduating high school, Mr. Mack attended the University of Nevada-Las Vegas and the University of Alaska-Anchorage where he acquired a bachelor’s degree in education. Mr. Mack taught in the Anchorage School District for just less than 10 years. While teaching, Mr. Mack received a master’s degree from Western Oregon University. He also holds an MBA from Alaska Pacific University.

He is a shareholder of The Aleut Corporation and King Cove Corporation.

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Arctic Imperative: Thomas Mack, President – Aleut Corporation

The Aleut people have been stewards of this land and the vast surrounding waters for over 10,000 years, during which time we adjusted to a multitude of environmental, climate and human factors.

Now we are witnessing the opening of the Northwest Passage shipping lanes which will bring even more changes.

Read the full remarks.

September 9, 2011