The Trust is looking for qualified applicants to join the board of trustees

The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) provides leadership in the advocacy, planning, implementing and catalytic funding of services to improve Alaska’s mental health system, and seeks to improve the lives of its beneficiaries. Beneficiaries of the Trust include Alaskans who experience mental illness, intellectual/developmental disabilities, substance use disorders, Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia, or traumatic brain injury. Trustees oversee …

The Trust is recruiting for a permanent Program Officer

The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) seeks a skilled and dynamic professional to join its staff. The program officer position has an integral role in helping the Trust team carry out its mission to improve the lives and circumstances of Trust beneficiaries. The Trust is a leader in philanthropy in Alaska and grants approximately $25 million a year to …

MENTAL HEALTH TRUST AUTHORITY ANNOUNCES NEW TRUSTEES

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (May 13, 2022) — The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) announces the confirmation of Trustees Agnes Moran and Kevin Fimon, who were appointed by Governor Dunleavy and recently unanimously confirmed by the Alaska Legislature. A longtime resident of Ketchikan, Trustee Agnes Moran is the Executive Director for Women In Safe Homes, or WISH, a non-profit organization dedicated …

TRUST ANNOUNCES NEW CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) announces the hiring of Katie Baldwin-Johnson as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO). Prior to accepting this role, Katie served as the Trust’s Senior Program Officer, a role she has held for 6 of her 14 years with the Trust.   Baldwin-Johnson brings more than three decades of Trust beneficiary-related advocacy, direct service …

ALASKA MENTAL HEALTH TRUST AUTHORITY HIRES NEW CEO

Anchorage, Alaska – The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority board of trustees announces the hiring of Steve Williams as the organization’s Chief Executive Officer, effective January 15, 2022. Williams is currently the Trust’s Chief Operating Officer, a role he has held for eight of his 16 years with the Trust. “Following a rigorous recruitment and interview process, it was clear …

TRUST AUTHORITY GRANTS MORE THAN $500,000 TO PARTNERS ACROSS ALASKA

Anchorage, Alaska – The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) awarded more than half a million dollars in grants to organizations across the state in the second quarter of fiscal year 2022 (FY22). This quarter’s grants, part of the Trust’s approximately $25 million annual grant program, fund beneficiary-supporting programs and initiatives that align with the Trust’s mission and values. Beneficiaries include Alaskans …

The Trust is recruiting for a permanent CEO

[Application period is closed] The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) is recruiting for the position of Chief Executive Officer. The Trust CEO is responsible for the oversight of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, including the Trust Authority Office and the Trust Land Office, and works closely with the board of trustees to accomplish the Trust’s mission and vision …

The Trust is looking for qualified applicants to join the board of trustees

The Trust provides leadership in the advocacy, planning, implementing, and catalytic funding of services to improve Alaska’s mental health system, and seeks to improve the lives of its beneficiaries. Beneficiaries include Alaskans who experience mental illness, developmental and intellectual disabilities, substance use disorders, Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia, and traumatic brain injury. Trustees oversee approximately $700 million of financial and …

SEEKING TRUSTEE APPLICANTS: Do you want to help improve the outcomes for Alaskans who are beneficiaries of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority?

The Trust is looking for qualified applicants to join its board of trustees. The Trust provides leadership in the advocacy, planning, implementing, and catalytic funding of services to improve Alaska’s mental health system, and seeks to improve the lives of its beneficiaries. Beneficiaries include Alaskans who experience mental illness, developmental and intellectual disabilities, substance use disorders, Alzheimer’s disease and related …