Mark Kroloff

Mark Kroloff served as Chief Operating Officer of Arctic Slope Regional Corporation where he was responsible for the operations of companies with over $2 billion of aggregate annual revenues. He also oversaw the company's investment activities which included over $400 million of new investments during his tenure. Prior to that, Kroloff served as Chief Operating Officer of Cook Inlet Region, Inc. where he was a leading part of a team responsible for ten years of increasing profitability. He oversaw investment activity at Cook Inlet that resulted in record profits for the company. Before joining Cook Inlet, Kroloff was a lawyer with the firm of Munger, Tolles & Olson in Los Angeles, California. Kroloff attended Claremont McKenna College and the University of Texas School of Law.

Jonathan Rubini

Jonathan Rubini is founder and CEO of JL Properties, Inc., Alaska's largest real estate development firm. JL owns and operates a portfolio of commercial and residential properties in Alaska in excess of $850 million. JL has also successfully acquired and repositioned distressed properties in Utah and New Mexico.  In addition, JL owns and operates Alaska Waste, the largest waste management company in Alaska serving commercial and residential customers throughout the state. Prior to devoting his time to JL Properties, Rubini was an attorney specializing in all aspects of public law, first as an Assistant Attorney General and later in private practice. Rubini attended Brown University and the University of California Berkely Boalt Hall School of Law.

Leonard Hyde

Leonard Hyde is a founder and Principal of JL Properties, Inc. and serves as its President. He is actively engaged in all aspects of JL's endeavors, including negotiation and structuring of investment and development opportunities. Hyde oversees property management for JL and is responsible for a real estate management and maintenance staff of approximately 120 employees. Prior to founding JL Properties, Hyde was a commercial real estate agent and served as an engineer for ARCO Alaska, Inc.  Hyde holds degrees in chemical engineering and economics from Vanderbilt University.