- Associated Press - Friday, October 2, 2015

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - Four finalists have been named for the job of CEO of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corp.

The corporation’s board plans to interview the candidates Wednesday. A decision could be made as early as that day.

The finalists are Angela Rodell; Brian Rogers; Alexander Slivka and Glenn Cipriano.

Rodell is a former state Revenue commissioner. Rogers previously served as chancellor of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Slivka is director of institutional marketing at McKinley Capital Management LLC. Cipriano previously served as president of Alaska USA Trust Co.

The previous CEO, Mike Burns, retired this spring due to health concerns and later died. Corporation spokeswoman Laura Achee said acting CEO Valerie Mertz did not apply for the permanent slot.

Achee says the starting range for the position is $202,000 to $303,000.

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