JEDC announces new board members

On Jan. 21 the Juneau Economic Development Council announced the appointment of two new members to its Board of Directors, as well as the reappointment of existing board members.

Joining are Jason Puckett of GCI, and Keith Comstock of Juneau Hydropower.

“Both of our newest board members embody the spirit of community and bring expertise and energy to the table,” executive director of JEDC Brian Holst said.

Jason Puckett, one of the newest board members, is currently the retail store manager for GCI in Juneau and owns JCP Confections located in downtown Juneau. He has an interest in assisting small businesses overcome hurdles during the startup phase.

Keith Comstock, owner of Juneau Hydropower is an entrepreneur and technologist. He has served on regional and national corporate and non-profit boards.

Alec Mesdag, director of Energy Services at AEL&P, was reappointed to serve another three-year term on the JEDC Board. Alec previously served his first three-year term.

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