Movers and Shakers for April 7

Anna Henderson was appointed general manager for Anchorage Municipal Light and Power. Henderson will take over for current GM Mark Johnston, who has accepted a position in the Lower 48. Henderson has been with the municipality since 2006 and at ML&P in various roles for more than 10 years. She currently serves as the manager for the Regulatory Affairs Division, where she is responsible for overseeing a $60 million annual operating budget and a $10 million to $20 million annual capital budget. Henderson also has experience managing gas supply operations, leading negotiations in purchase and sales agreements, managing federal contracts and leading the development and approval of utility rates for ML&P. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Alaska Anchorage. Johnston, who has served as the general manager for ML&P since 2015, will leave the utility on April 19.

Opera Fairbanks, the nation’s farthest-north professional opera company, hired Carol Wilbur as president. Wilbur has served on the board of directors of the company for several years. Founded in December 2005, Opera Fairbanks has been producing live opera and providing educational experiences to Alaskans since 2007. Wilbur has degrees in education from Michigan State University and metalsmithing and painting from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, where she taught metalsmithing there from 2001-06. She currently maintains a private studio at Well Street Art Co. Her work has appeared in galleries across the state, and she holds several awards for her work in both painting and jewelry.

The Alaska Chamber announced that its executive committee has hired Kati Capozzi as president and CEO. Capozzi most recently worked as the campaign manager for Stand for Alaska Vote No on 1, the group that worked to defeat Ballot Measure 1 in November 2018. The Vote No campaign defeated the ballot measure with 62 percent of the statewide vote. Prior to leading Stand for Alaska, Capozzi worked for five years as a communications and project manager for the Resource Development Council for Alaska. She has also worked for the Alaska Oil and Gas Association and the Alaska Chamber in previous capacities.

Joseph Dallaire was appointed Fairbanks District Attorney, effective May 1. Dallaire is replacing current Fairbanks District Attorney Gregg Olson, who is retiring after more than 19 years of service with the Criminal Division of the Department of Law. Dallaire, a former law clerk to Fairbanks Superior Court Judge Randy Olsen, joined the Fairbanks District Attorney’s Office as an Assistant District Attorney in 2007. He has prosecuted all types of matters in the Fairbanks District Attorney’s Office, including complex felony matters. Since 2017, he has been the Fairbanks Deputy District Attorney, supervising the office and coordinating with law enforcement agencies and courts in Fairbanks and Utqiagvik (formerly Barrow). Dallaire is also an Alaska Police Standards Council-certified police instructor and has provided legal instruction to law enforcement throughout the state. Dallaire previously served as president of the Farthest North Chapter of the Alaska Peace Officers Association and was named its 2016 Criminal Justice Professional of the Year. He has also previously served the community as a member of the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District Board of Education’s Curriculum Advisory Committee.

Updated: 
04/03/2019 - 9:32am

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