Mark Kroloff Principal of First Alaskan Capital Partners, LLC
Mark Kroloff is the managing member of First Alaskan Capital Partners, LLC, a private investment firm that focuses on investments in telecommunications, energy, and financial services companies.
Mr. Kroloff previously served as Chief Operating Officer of Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, the largest of the Alaska Native Corporations.
He oversaw operating businesses in telecommunications, aerospace engineering, other government services, oil field services, refining, and construction, as well as the corporation's substantial investment activity.
Prior to that, Mr. Kroloff served as Chief Operating Officer of Cook Inlet Region, Inc.
tenure, Cook Inlet
was the nation's largest minority-owned wireless, television, and radio operator.
Mr. Kroloff also oversaw the company's oil field services, tourism, natural resources development, and real estate businesses, as well as its substantial investment and divestiture activity.
Mr. Kroloff began his career as a lawyer with the Los Angeles law firm of Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP.
He served as a law clerk to the Hon. James K. Logan, Circuit Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
Mr. Kroloff is an active community participant, serving on the boards of Cook Inlet Tribal Council Social Enterprise, Inc.; Brother Francis Shelter; the Anchorage Park Foundation; Ronald McDonald House of Seattle; Clare House; Alaska Native Justice Center; Anchorage District Soccer Federation; and a number of other professional and social service organizations.