Resource Development Council

RDC elects new president and statewide board

Long-time Executive Committee member Tom Maloney has been elected President of the Resource Development Council. Maloney, who previously served as Treasurer, is Vice President and Alaska Area Manager for CH2M HILL.

Phil Cochrane, Vice President, External Affairs at BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc., was re-elected Senior Vice President while Len Horst, Senior Vice President and Commercial Loan Manager at Northrim Bank, was elected Vice President. Other new officers include Steve Denton, Secretary, and Eric Fjelstad, Treasurer. Denton is the Vice President of Business Development at Usibelli Coal Mine and Fjelstad serves as an attorney at Perkins Coie LLC.

Maloney has been with CH2M HILL for 21 years in Alaska. He has worked as a senior project controller, corporate business manager, and president of two operating companies. He has also headed up business development, external affairs, and government relations.

Maloney is an active community participant, serving as Vice Chairman of the Municipality of Anchorage Investment Advisory Commission and board member of the Alaska State Chamber of Commerce. Previously, he enjoyed multiple volunteer positions with Hilltop Ski Area, Junior Achievement, Habitat for Humanity, and the Anchorage Economic Development Corporation.

Newly-elected to the RDC Executive Committee were Patrick Carter, The Carter Company; Wendy King, ConocoPhillips Alaska, Inc.; Lance Miller, NANA Regional Corporation, and Jeanine St. John, Lynden.

New incoming board members were Brad Evans, Chugach Electric Association, Anchorage; Corri Feige, Linc Energy, Chickaloon; Steve Hites, Skagway Street Car Company, Skagway; John Lau, Enstar NaturalGas Company, Anchorage; Jennifer Loten, Canadian Consulate, Anchorage; Hans Neidig, Eni Petroleum, Anchorage; Andy Mack, North Slope Borough, Anchorage; Danny Seybert, PenAir, Anchorage; Michael Terminel, Edison Chouest Offshore, Anchorage, and Jan Trigg, Coeur Alaska, Juneau.


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