JUNEAU - Rasmuson Foundation welcomed Roberta "Bobbi" Quintavell, of Barrow, and Anthony Mallott, of Juneau, to its board of directors. The Foundation Board is comprised of 12 directors, seven of whom are members of the Rasmuson family. Quintavell and Mallott bring both regional and professional breadth to the foundation's capital and strategic work in social services, arts and culture, health and capacity building.
Mallott is treasurer and chief investment officer at Sealaska Corporation, the Alaska Native regional corporation based in Juneau. Prior to his work at Sealaska, he was vice president of foreign exchange portfolio and risk management at Bank of America in San Francisco. Mallott has extensive experience with corporate risk management, and his professional experience spans many financial products and investment markets. He also serves as a trustee of the Kootznoowoo Permanent Fund Settlement Trust. Mallott received a bachelor's in industrial engineering and engineering management from Stanford University.
Quintavell is president and CEO of Arctic Slope Regional Corporation. Headquartered in Barrow, ASRC is the largest Alaskan-owned corporation in the state. Prior to becoming ASRC president, Quintavell was vice president of corporate relations at Petro Star Inc., and served as a community health aide and village liaison for the North Slope Borough. She received a master's degree in executive program management development from Harvard Graduate School of Business in 2001, and a bachelor's degree in business management with a minor in political science from University of Alaska Anchorage in 1997.
Quintavell fills out the final year of Rob Allen's second term. Allen, president of Allen Marine Tours, recently relocated to the east coast. Mallott replaces Jon Wanamaker, an Anchorage entrepreneur whose second term on the board has come to an end.