Originally, the Land Trust had a founding Board of three along with a handful of volunteers. Today, it is directed by a nine-member local Board of Directors and four standing committees, which serve without compensation, and a small professional staff responsible for carrying out a program for land conservation.

Professional Staff

Frank Rue Executive DirectorFrank Rue graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with a Masters in Landscape Architecture.  Since 1977 Frank has worked on resource management issues in Alaska.  He began his career working with communities on their Coastal Management Plans.  Then he was part of the Department of Natural Resources State Land Planning unit.  He was appointed as the Director of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s Habitat Division before becoming the Commissioner of Fish and Game.Frank served on the SEAL Trust Board for years before becoming the Executive Director in July of 2013.  Frank enjoys just about anything having to do with the outdoors in Alaska.
Allison Gillum Conservation SpecialistAllison has her Masters of City Planning from the University of Pennsylvania.  She has four years of Land Trust work experience, two of those as an AmeriCorps member. She joined SEAL Trust in April of 2014.
Angie Hoffard Conservation AssistantAngie has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Forest Management from Oregon State University.  She first discovered her love of Southeast Alaska through the University exchange program at UAS in 2006.  Angie served as a Peace Corps Volunteer for a nonprofit environmental organization in eastern Jamaica.  She has over seven years of natural resource experience working for various private companies, nonprofits and government agencies. Angie enjoys fishing, hiking and simply enjoying the mountains and waters of Southeast Alaska with her dog Osa.

Employment Opportunities

Administrative Assistant – part time, permanent
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