Thomas Mack

President & CEO
The Aleut Corporation

Thomas Mack was raised in King Cove, which is located on the tip of the Alaska Peninsula. He is a shareholder of The Aleut Corporation and King Cove Corporation.

Mr. Mack was promoted to the President/CEO of the Aleut Corporation in November 2017. Prior to this new role, Mr. Mack took office as President of the Aleut Corporation in February 2006 where he was a key member of the Executive Management team overseeing the corporation and its seven subsidiary companies. Today, Mr. Mack, as President/CEO is responsible for delivering the Aleut Corporation’s mission to maximize dividends and opportunities for the Aleut shareholders by ensuring all business entities are strong and diverse. He actively promotes Aleut’s positions on culture, education, and economic development issues. He conveys policy recommendations to government and community leaders on Aleut-related legislation and policy issues.

After graduating high school, Mr. Mack attended the University of Nevada-Las Vegas and the University of Alaska-Anchorage where he acquired a Bachelor of Education degree. During his high school and undergraduate years, he spent the summer months commercial salmon fishing on his father’s boat.

Mr. Mack taught in the Anchorage School District for just less than 10 years. While teaching, Mr. Mack received a Master of Science degree from Western Oregon University. He also holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Alaska Pacific University and has completed two Executive Education Programs in Leadership at Stanford University; one at the University of Chicago Booth and one at Harvard University.

Mr. Mack was a Top 40 Under 40 recipient in 2009 in Alaska.

Mr. Mack is on the Board of Directors for the Resource Development Council for Alaska, Alaska Federation of Natives, the Secretary/Treasurer for the ANCSA Regional Association, and on the Executive Committee for the Arctic Economic Council.

When he’s not working, Mr. Mack enjoys running, reading, and traveling, including attending the World Cup every four years.