KETCHIKAN - After 34 years of working at Ketchikan's Gateway Center for Human Services, including 10 years as medical director, Wandal William Winn is calling it a day.
Matthew R. Wilson received his doctor of jurisprudence degree from the University of Oregon Law School in a ceremony last month. During summers as a law student, Wilson served as a legal intern in the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights, in Washington, D.C.
Todd J. Araujo has joined the law office of Baxter Bruce & Sullivan as an associate attorney, where he is working actively in all areas of the firm's practice.
Johnson fills Forest Service post; Education center adds clerk; Thomas joins Anchorage office;
New attorneys join Southeast law firm, Women's leadership workshop offered, Sealaska names new vice president, Workforce development conference produces report
Sealaska Corp. announced today that Jaeleen Kookesh Araujo has been appointed as the Sealaska general counsel and vice president. Her primary responsibility will be directing all legal activities for the corporation, including development of legislation and regulations that advance Native issues and protecting shareholders' interests.
Summer days are near and the school year is coming to a close, so here are a few more highlights of Southeast students studying in the halls of higher education.
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