Manufacturing Council Members
Chief Operating Officer, Sealaska Corporation
Sam Landol has served as Sealaska’s Chief Operating Officer since 2007. His primary responsibilities include overseeing operations for Sealaska’s current manufacturing and service-providing subsidiaries. Sealaska’s principal business activities include forest products and land management, as well as providing diversity supply for innovative manufacturing ventures. The organization has 1,400 employees and its entire board, as well as approximately 80 percent of staff at Juneau headquarters are Sealaska shareholders, which include more than 20,000 tribal members. Sealaska is committed to continually build its leadership from within the Native Alaskan community. Before joining Sealaska, Mr. Landol served as President of European operations in France, Ireland, UK, Hungary, Finland and Russia for Nypro, Inc., a Sealaska’s partner, and as President of Nypro Latin America.
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