2001 Annual Meeting
AMEREF President Teresa Imm addresses the RDC Board at the Annual Meeting.
Follow the Yellow Brick Road ...
BP’s Richard Campbell, center, presented a most original keynote presentation at the RDC Annual Meeting Lunch. Complete with sound and visual effects, Campbell used the Wizard of Oz theme to relay BP’s message to the audience of 530. At left are Campbell and the show’s producer, Paul Laird, both sporting ruby slippers.
“Washington too often forgets that being an ally re- quires working in partnership, not dictating from afar. Whether it concerns energy production or mining, timber or fishery issues, there are rarely simple choices.”
Christie Todd Whitman
The new 2001-02 Board of Directors gathers on the jade stair case at the Sheraton Anchorage Hotel. Bob Stiles was re-elected President and Chuck Johnson was re-
elected Senior Vice President. Mark Hanley will continue to serve
Uwe Gross Association
was elected Treasurer.
as Vice President and Seafood Processors
New Incoming Board Members for 2001-02
The Follow the Yellow Brick Road cast are Ronnie Chappel, as the Lion; Mike Cole, as the Tin Man; Fritz Gunkel, as the Scarecrow and Richard Campbell as Dorothy.
Ernesta Ballard, Ballard & Associates, Ketchikan Eric Britten, CSX Lines, Anchorage Mayor Bert Cottle, Valdez Paula Easley, Easley & Associates, Anchorage Carol Giliam, Guest House Inn/Suites, Anchorage Chuck Greene, NANA Development Corp., Kotzebue Rick Harris, Sealaska Corporation, Juneau Bill Jeffress, Fairbanks Gold Mining, Fairbanks David Jensen, Aleut Corporation, Anchorage Rick Rogers, Chugach Alaska Corp., Anchorage John Shively, Jade North, Anchorage Joseph Sprague, Alaska Airlines, Anchorage Jim Taro, Southeast Stevedoring, Ketchikan
EPA Administrator meets with RDC
EPA Administrator Christie Todd Whitman addressed RDC in Anchorage July 9, held a news conference immediately after and met with the RDC Executive Committee.
Administrator Whitman poses with RDC Executive Director Tadd Owens and President Bob Stiles.
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