Anchorage, Alaska — Alaska Airlines has been around for almost 100 years and has been an iconic airline since it opened its doors in 1924.
A look at the career paths of those who have been with the airline.
The airline has gone through multiple generations, with two generations of management, from the airline’s first president to its current president.
At this point, the company’s senior executives and the CEOs who run it are the same people who run the rest of the airline, including its two parent companies, Alaska Airlines and Northwest.
The Alaska Airlines Leadership Team was formed in 2019 to focus on two main goals: building a better airline and ensuring that it stays in business in Alaska.
In the new role, they will work closely with the leadership team, as well as the board and the management team, to develop a strategic vision and plan for the airline and its businesses going forward.
Alaska Airlines announced the team in early 2018.
It is made up of a board of directors, senior management, a board and a board member.
The leadership team will meet regularly and will review and comment on strategic plans and the company and its business.
The company’s leadership team is a mix of current and former employees who have worked for the company for more than a decade, as of January 2018.
The organization is composed of a dozen executives and one or two senior executives.
Some of the key roles are as follows:President: James L. BrooksExecutive Vice President: Mary E. SchindlerVice President, President of Corporate Finance: Robert A. CateChief Financial Officer: Brian A. SperryPresident, Chief Operating Officer: Gary M. TarrVice President and Chief Financial Officer, Alaska Regional Airlines: Paul D. LeventhalChief Operating Officer, Northwest Airlines: Kevin M. WiedeVice President of Global Operations: William M. JohnsonVice President for Global Services: Andrew P. BockChairman, Board of DirectorsExecutive Vice Chairman, Board, Alaska Pacific Airlines: Mike E. SorensonVice Chairman, board, Alaska Air Lines: Gary A. JahnExecutive Vice Chair, board: Alaska Air National GuardA representative from Alaska Airlines says the leadership group is focused on the “best interests of the company, the customers, the employees and the community.”
The group is also looking for people who have an interest in the company that might not be necessarily related to their current or future job.
Alaska is looking for:A.J. AnderleinExecutive Vice Vice President, Global Partnerships: Michael AnderlindExecutive Vice Member, Board: Alaska PacificA representative of the Alaska Airlines Board says the board is committed to working collaboratively to help make the Alaska Pacific company a sustainable, profitable, and successful enterprise.
She says the Alaska Board has a long history of working together, and that the board has seen great success in that regard.
A representative for the board says the company has hired the best and brightest, and will continue to seek out those who share those values and who are committed to the future of the Northwest Airlines brand.
The following is a list of the positions on the leadership teams, with the names of those positions changed to protect the privacy of those individuals.