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Kikkan Randall joins The Alaska Club board of directors

Olympic gold medalist Kikkan Randall is the newest member of The Alaska Club board of directors. Randall is a longtime member of The Alaska Club and her deep knowledge of Alaska and its people, along with her commitment to family, is a perfect fit with The Alaska Club’s core values. Kikkan will bring her unique and extensive perspective on training, physical fitness and personal health to The Alaska Club’s management team.

“I’m excited to begin working with The Alaska Club board of directors,” said Randall. “I’ve been a member for a long time, and I’m proud to step into this position where I’ll be able to help shape The Alaska Club’s future.”

Randall is an internationally recognized athlete who grew up in Alaska. She has raced for the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team, is a three-time Overall World Cup Sprint Champion and an Olympic gold medalist. Randall is a voice for athletes as an International Olympic Committee member and a United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee board member. Actively invested in her community, she is involved with Healthy Futures and Fast and Female - organizations that promote healthy lifestyles to youth. Now, she will bring that experience to her work on The Alaska Club board where she will develop new ideas and work closely with people throughout the organization to guide the strategic direction of the company.

“Kikkan has become a role model for the entire Alaska community,” said Robert Brewster, CEO of The Alaska Club. “She’s a true force of nature and we’re thrilled that she is bringing her ability to empower and inspire people of all ages and fitness levels to The Alaska Club.”

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