Movers and Shakers for April 4
Kevin Larsen will join Peter Pan Seafood Company LLC in April on the domestic and international sales team as vice president of international sales and business development. Larsen comes from a seafood family and he fished Southeast Alaska for eight seasons before joining the sales side of the industry. Throughout his career he has worked up and down the West Coast, most recently at Bornstein Seafoods Inc. In addition to extensive experience in domestic U.S. sourcing and sales, Larsen brings international sales and experience, particularly in Europe, from his experience at Icicle Seafoods Inc. Larsen also brings experience in fish trading, which will complement and help expand Peter Pan Seafood’s trading business.
Rose Lawhorne has been appointed as the CEO of Bartlett Regional Hospital effective April 4. Lawhorne is the current chief nursing officer at Bartlett Regional Hospital and her BRH career began in 1993. Over the course of the past 28 years she has also worked as assistant chief clinical officer, senior director, Emergency Department director, staff nurse, and data entry/registration clerk. Lawhorne has an associate of science degree in nursing from the University of Alaska, and a bachelor’s degree in nursing, master of science in nursing, and master of health administration from the University of Phoenix. Lawhorne’s appointment follows the recent retirement of former CEO Chuck Bill.
Scott Jepsen was appointed to the University of Alaska Board of Regents. Jepsen will serve the term of March 23, 2021, through Feb. 6, 2023. Jepsen received his bachelor’s degree and master of science in chemical engineering from the University of Texas and has 31 years of experience in the Alaska oil and gas industry. Jepsen served for nine years on the board of directors for the University of Alaska Foundation, including a two-year term as chair. Additional public involvement includes president of the board of directors for Commonwealth North, senior vice president of the board of directors for the Resource Development Council, former president of the Petroleum Club of Anchorage, and former board member of the board of directors for Alaska Public Media.