APFC welcomes Adam Crum, Alaska Department of Revenue Commissioner, to the Board of Trustees.
Trustee Crum is a lifelong Alaskan with significant public and private sector experience in strategic management, organizational development, and executive consulting. He brings to the APFC Board a proven commitment to community, dedication to public service and respected leadership abilities.
In his role as a Trustee and fiduciary of the Alaska Permanent Fund, Trustee Crum says he is, “looking forward to working with an active Board of Trustees to continue growing both the value and reputation of the Permanent Fund.”
The APFC Board of Trustees is composed of six governor-appointed members. Per Alaska statute, two Trustees must be heads of principal departments of state government, one of whom shall be the Commissioner of Revenue. Four public members fill the remaining Trustee seats serving staggered, four-year terms.
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