David Landis (he/him/his)
David was raised in a family of teachers in Ketchikan; both parents spent their careers with the Ketchikan Gateway Borough School District. After high school in Ketchikan and an undergraduate degree in Oregon, David started working in the construction industry as a carpenter, foreman and contractor, completing numerous residential and commercial projects in Oregon and Alaska. Those experiences led to positions with Ketchikan Indian Community and Cape Fox Corporation, where Landis worked with all phases of large and small construction projects along with working into executive management and administrative duties. The same pattern of capital projects and management leadership brought David to the SSRAA regional salmon hatchery association, prior to joining SERRC in 2022. David has also been active in municipal government, elected three times to the Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly and twice to the Mayor’s office. He has served on many boards of directors and committees. David holds a Master’s degree in Project Management from New England College.