Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation
Angela Rodell serves as the chief executive officer of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation, selected in 2015 by APFC’s board of trustees. APFC is a state corporation, based in Juneau, Alaska, that manages and invests the $65 billion Alaska Permanent Fund and other funds designated by law. As chief executive officer, Ms Rodell is leading APFC at a pivotal time in history as it emerges as a revenue-generating center for the State of Alaska.
Since becoming CEOchief executive officer the Fund has grown by more than 25%, and in 2019 Ms Rodell received global recognition as #4 among 100 of the most “significant, resilient, and impactful asset owner and public executives” from the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute. Ms Rodell previously served on APFC’s board of trustees as a cabinet member, appointed commissioner of the Department of Revenue in 2013 by Governor Sean Parnell.
In addition to oversight of 900 state employees, Commissioner Rodell participated as a member of the Alaska Retirement Management Board, the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation Board, the Alaska State Bond Committee, and the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority.