- Associated Press - Friday, October 9, 2015

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - Angela Rodell has been selected to be the new CEO of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corp.

The corporation’s board voted unanimously Friday to offer Rodell the job. The corporation says the selection is contingent upon the successful negotiation of a salary and benefits package.

Rodell served as a Revenue commissioner under Gov. Sean Parnell and was one of four finalists to head the corporation. The other candidates were Brian Rogers; Alexander Slivka and Glenn Cipriano.

The previous CEO, Mike Burns, retired this spring due to health concerns and later died.

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