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Dunleavy adds Alaskans to boards and commissions

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Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy appointed and reappointed 56 Alaskans to various State of Alaska boards and commissions, and nominating two Alaskans to a federal board.

Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission

Melvin Smith – Anchorage

  • Term: 3/1/2021 – 3/1/2025

Alaska Housing Finance Corporation Board of Directors

Vivian Stiver – Fairbanks (reappointment)

  • Term: 7/1/2021 – 7/1/2023

Robert Yundt – Wasilla (reappointment)

  • Term: 7/1/2021 – 7/1/2023

Alaska Mental Health Board

Tonie Protzman – Anchorage

  • Term: 1/15/2021 – 12/1/2021

Alaska Mental Health Board Authority Board of Trustees

Brent Fisher – Anchorage

  • Term: 1/18/2021 – 3/1/2024

Alaska Public Broadcasting Commission

Brian Landrum – Wasilla

  • Term: 1/19/2021 – 8/25/2023

Manoj Ingle – Wasilla

  • Term: 1/21/2021 – 8/25/2025

Alaska State Board of Public Accountancy

Rachel Hanks – Fairbanks

  • Term: 3/1/2021 – 3/1/2025

Alaska Royalty Oil and Gas Development Advisory Board

Theodore Leonard – Wasilla

  • Term: 1/15/2021 – 3/1/2024

Mark Johnson – Anchorage

  • Term: 1/15/2021 – 3/1/2023

Alaska Workers’ Compensation Board

Michael Dennis – Anchorage

  • Term: 1/20/2021 – 3/1/2022

Alaska Workforce Investment Board

Lucille Sands – Anchorage

  • Term: 2/17/2021 – 10/13/2024

Sharon Jackson – Eagle River

  • Term: 2/17/2021 – 10/13/2024

Alaska Veterans Advisory Council

Robert Cross – Petersburg

  • Term: 1/15/2021 – 11/10/2023

Big Game Commercial Services Board

Martin Boniek – Glennallen

  • Term: 3/1/2021 – 3/1/2025

Ely Cyrus – Kiana

  • Term: 2/17/2021 – 3/1/2024

Board of Barbers and Hairdressers

Tina Taylor – Soldotna

  • Term: 1/20/2021 – 3/1/2024

Connie Dougherty – Anchorage

  • Term: 1/20/2021 – 3/1/2024

Board of Dental Examiners

Christina Hansen – Fairbanks

  • Term: 3/1/2021 – 3/1/2025

Board of Fisheries

Marit Carlson-Van Dort – Anchorage (reappointment)

  • Term: 7/1/2021 – 7/1/2024

John Wood – Willow (reappointment)

  • Term: 7/1/2021 – 7/1/2024

Board of Game

David Weisz – Wasilla

  • Term: 7/1/2021 – 7/1/2024

Jerry Burnett – Juneau (reappointment)

  • Term: 7/1/2021 – 7/1/2024

Board of Governors of the Alaska Bar

Ricardo Castillo – Anchorage

  • Term: 3/1/2021 – 3/1/2025

Board of Marital and Family Therapy

Joy Collins – Anchorage

  • Term: 3/1/2021 – 3/1/2025

Board of Nursing

Michael Wilcher – North Pole

  • Term: 2/17/2021 – 3/1/2024

Board of Professional Counselors

Sammie O’Neal III – Eagle River

  • Term: 3/1/2021 – 3/1/2025

Board of Psychologists and Psychological Associate Examiners

Sherri Scott – Anchorage

  • Term: 1/15/2021 – 3/1/2024

Commission on Judicial Conduct

Donald McClintock III – Anchorage (reappointment)

  • Term: 3/1/2021 – 3/1/2025

Governor’s Council on Disabilities and Special Education

Lyle Downing – Wasilla (reappointment)

  • Term: 6/30/2021 – 6/30/2024

Jeanne Gerhardt-Cyrus – Kiana (reappointment)

  • Term: 6/30/2021 – 6/30/2024

Travis Noah – Anchorage (reappointment)

  • Term: 6/30/2021 – 6/30/2024

Heidi Kelly – Anchorage (reappointment)

  • Term: 6/30/2021 – 6/30/2024

North Pacific Fisheries Management Council (Nominations for Federal Board)

Andrew Mezirow – Seward (reappointment)

John Jensen – Petersburg (reappointment)

Prince William Sound Oil Spill Recovery Institute Advisory Board

Barkley Lloyd – Anchorage (reappointment)

  • Term: 2/17/2021 – 5/9/2023

Andres Morales – Valdez (reappointment)

  • Term: 2/17/2021 – 5/9/2023

Angela Totemoff – Anchorage (reappointment)

  • Term: 2/17/2021 – 5/9/2022

Real Estate Commission

Elizabeth Schok – Fairbanks

  • Term: 3/1/2021 – 3/1/2025

Traci Heaton – Juneau

  • Term: 3/1/2021 – 3/1/2025

Regulatory Commission of Alaska

Keith Kurber – Fairbanks

  • Term: 3/1/2021 – 3/1/2027

Serve Alaska

Sharon Jackson – Eagle River

  • Term: Immediate – 3/1/2023

State Board of Registration of Architects, Engineers and Land Surveyors

Edward Leonetti – Anchorage

  • Term: 3/1/2021 – 3/1/2025

Randall Rozier – Fairbanks

  • Term: 3/1/2021 – 3/1/2025

State Commission for Human Rights

Rebecca Carrillo – Juneau

  • Term: 2/17/2021 – 3/1/2024

State Council on Educational Opportunity for Military Children

Jason Delamater – JBER

  • Term: 2/17/2021 – 7/1/2024

State Vocational Rehabilitation Committee

Cynthia Lovel – Wasilla (reappointment)

  • Term: 5/21/2021 – 5/21/2024

Tamara Douglas – Anchorage (reappointment)

  • Term: 5/21/2021 – 5/21/2024

Jeremiah Ticket – Kotzebue (reappointment)

  • Term: 5/21/2021 – 5/21/2024

Ric Nelson – Anchorage (reappointment)

  • Term: 5/21/2021 – 5/21/2024

Statewide Independent Living Council

Emilie Woodward – Fairbanks

  • Term: 1/15/2021 – 10/1/2021

Doreen Leavitt – Utqiagvik

  • Term: 1/20/2021 – 10/1/2021

Jenifer Galvan – Anchorage

  • Term: 2/17/2021 – 10/1/2023

Subsistence Resource Commissions

Lyle Wilder – Port Alsworth (reappointment)

  • Term: 2/17/2021 – 11/4/2023

Renewable Energy Fund Advisory Committee

Lee Thibert – Anchorage (reappointment)

  • Term: 1/6/2021 – 3/1/2023

Gail Schubert – Anchorage

  • Term: 1/6/2021 – 3/1/2022

Wood-Tikchik State Park Management Council

Bruce Ilutsik – Aleknagik (reappointment)

  • Term: 6/30/2021 – 6/30/2024

Delores Larson – Kolignek (reappointment)

  • Term: 6/30/2021 – 6/30/2024
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Suzanne Downing had careers in business and journalism before serving as the Director of Faith and Community-based Initiatives for Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and returning to Alaska to serve as speechwriter for Gov. Sean Parnell. Born on the Oregon coast, she moved to Alaska in 1969.

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  • Good Job Mike … Keep up the good work!!!

  • Question; the governor appointed people before and the incompetent legislature failed to act on these. Then turned around and sued the governor. To me, it looks like the incompetent legislators should be the ones getting sued by the residents of Alaska. Hope this is not off topic.

    • I think that’s totally on topic and I 1000% agree. It would be one thing if there were a slate of radicals that the legislature could say they felt compelled to hold up on ethical or ideological grounds…as if they can lay claim to even a modicum of either… but this was done, it seems to me, out of equal parts pettiness and incompetence—which, if you add in corruption, makes up the holy trinity of Alaskan politicians, by and large..

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