Movers and Shakers for July 18
Clark Rosencrans recently joined R&M Consultants Inc. as group manager of Special Inspections. A former R&M employee from 2012 to 2016, Clark has 16 years of construction, materials testing and special inspection experience. He has served as a senior special inspector and project manager with responsibility for special inspection and materials testing on a wide variety of public infrastructure projects, including airport, school, harbor and road facilities. Since his time at R&M, Clark worked for the Municipality of Anchorage as a structure inspector and code abatement officer. He also spent time as a senior special inspector at an engineering firm in Colorado, where he performed building and special inspections for a public and private clients. Clark is WAQTC qualified and is an ICC special inspector in structural steel and high strength bolting, reinforced concrete, commercial buildings, structural masonry and spray-applied fireproofing, and an ICC commercial building inspector. He is also certified as a post tension inspector (Level I/II) and American Concrete Institute Field Testing Technician I.
Alaska Public Media added six new members to their board of directors for three-year terms: Paola Banchero, Sonya Hunte, Joy Huntington, Gabriel Kompkoff, Ken Miller and Kimberly Kane Waller. Banchero has served as a volunteer on Alaska Public Media’s Community Advisory board for nearly 10 years. Since 2011, Banchero has worked as an associate professor within the Department of Journalism and Public Communications at the University of Alaska Anchorage. With more than a dozen years of experience in social work, Hunte is a former board president for the Georgia Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers and currently serves as the inaugural director for the Anchorage School District’s Office of Equity and Compliance. Huntington was born in Fairbanks, and after attending Dartmouth College in 2006, Huntington served in roles on the Fairbanks North Star Borough Planning Commission and Fairbanks City Council. Currently, she serves as the principal consultant and president of Uqaqti Consulting LLC. Kompkoff is a consultant and owner of Two Moon Bay Advisors, and also is vice chair of the Alaska Community Foundation. Prior to his current roles, he served as the President and CEO of Chugach Alaska Corp. Miller is the president and founder of Denali Fundraising Consultants, a nonprofit fundraising and management consulting company located in Anchorage. Miller has been working in nonprofit fundraising development in Alaska since 2010, and is a current member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals global board of directors. Kane Waller is a Gracie Award-winning on-air host and producer with a broadcast career spanning over two decades. Often known locally for her role as a DJ with hip-hop/rhythmic station KFAT 92.9 FM, Waller joined MTV Radio and worked at Power 105.1 FM station in New York for 13 years before returning to her hometown of Anchorage to launch a non-profit.
Heather Sealy of NorthForm Architecture has earned professional registration as an architect from Alaska’s division of professional licensing. Sealy, a founding partner of NorthForm Architecture, holds a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Idaho and is a member of the American Institute of Architects. She has 13 years of experience designing building projects across Alaska, including healthcare, higher education, interior design, and scientific facility projects. She is currently working on the new Prince William Sound Science Center in Cordova. Sealy’s expertise includes three-dimensional electronic building information modeling, space planning, and interior design. She serves as NorthForm’s BIM director and assists the firm with marketing and business development.