TelAlaska's Management Team - Corporation Officers
David J. Goggins, President and General Manager
Dave Goggins, a former Vice President of Operations for TelAlaska, assumed responsibility as President and General Manager in September of 2014. A TelAlaska employee for 35 years,
Dave has worked in all of TelAlaska's communities and thoroughly understands
the company's operations in those culturally diverse and geographically
challenging areas of the state. He has served on the Western Telecommunications
Alliance (WTA) executive board and committees for the Alaska Telephone
Brett Carter, Vice-President Finance
Carter has been with the company since 1991, serving in Finance roles
of increasing responsibility. Prior to joining the company as a fulltime
employee, he was a summer telecom technician gaining field experience.
Brett holds a masterís degree in business administration from Alaska
Pacific University and a bachelor of science degree in business
administration and finance from Northern Arizona University. He is a
Trustee for the TelAlaska Profit Sharing Plan and a member of the
Separations and Access Committee of OPASTCO, a national
telecommunications trade association.
Jason Louvier, Vice-President Operations
Jason Louvier is responsible for managing the operations of
TelAlaska's satellite and terrestrial advanced data operations, the company's
25 telephone central offices outside plant facilities and cellular operations, 2
CATV operations, and technicians and construction employees for five
subsidiaries. He is also responsible for the company's technical and safety
training standards, developing department budgets and coordinating work between
Operations and the organization. Jason has over 17 years of experience in
leadership and engineering roles in telecommunications, the last 10 with TelAlaska. He is certified as a Project Management
Professional (PMP) with the Project Management Institute.
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