President, Kawerak, Inc.
Bryan Butcher - Ex Officio
CEO/Executive Director, Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
President/CEO, Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium
President/CEO, Rasmuson Foundation
Hall Quality Homes
President, Northrim Bank
Executive Director, The Alaska Council of School Administrators
General Manager, Penco Properties
Retired, former CEO, Providence Alaska
Chad Stovall - Ex Officio
Alaska Field Director, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Becky Windt Pearson
Senior Vice President, Law and Corporate Advocacy, and General Counsel, GCI
President and CEO, Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation
The board represents experienced, influential leaders from across the state who are experts in their respective fields and have been confronting housing issues in their communities and for their employees. They will provide policy and fiduciary guidance to help bring critical housing projects to fruition in Alaska’s communities.
The board represents Alaska’s geographic, ethnic, and cultural diversity and will maintain at least half its membership in Alaska Native populations and rural Alaska interests.
Chief Development Officer, RurAL CAP
Executive Director, Association of Alaska Housing Authorities
Retired, former Co-Executive Director, Sitka Community Land Trust
Senior Planner, Housing and Land Use Specialist City and Borough of Juneau
Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
Executive Director, Cold Climate Housing Research Center
City Council, City of Fairbanks
Executive Director, Love Inc, Kenai Peninsula
HMIS Manager, Institute for Community Alliances
President, Spinell Homes
Founder, Visser Construction
Executive Director, Alaska Coalition on Housing and Homelessness
The Advisory Committee is comprised of subject matter experts from across Alaska who advise the Board of Directors on policies, procedures, and projects. The committee's responsibilities include assisting grant-making decisions, providing technical assistance and outreach to grant applicants, and reviewing and ranking grant applications.
The committee includes representatives from Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, a rural housing authority, a community provider, a developer who has done rural and urban projects, an employer who has to purchase housing for a workforce, and board members from Alaska's two Continuums of Care (CoC).