The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) welcomes new trustee Corri Feige, who was recently appointed by Governor Mike Dunleavy.

Trustee Feige is a resident of Chickaloon, Alaska with more than thirty years of experience in the natural resources industry, including service as the Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Natural Resources from 2018 – 2022. A geophysicist and engineer, she brings extensive knowledge of the mining, oil and gas, and energy development sectors, as well as experience as a project manager, executive business leader, and board member of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation to the Trust.

“Corri’s expertise in the resource development sector in Alaska will be a great benefit to our organization’s work to maximize revenue from Trust land over time for the Trust and our beneficiaries,” said Anita Halterman, Board chair. “We look forward to working with Corri to advance the mission of the Trust and know her experience will be an asset to the board.”

Seven trustees oversee the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority. Trustees are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Legislature to 5-year terms.