Director, Client Relations & Operations
Heather was born and raised in Alaska and has been with the Arbor team since 2019, serving as Director of Client Relations and Operations.
After a successful career in Washington, D.C. as a commercial property manager, Heather chose to return to her roots. She moved back to Fairbanks to work alongside her father, establishing Denali Capital management in 2003. She remained there until her father’s retirement in 2019, at which time she joined Arbor.
Heather graduated from Monroe High School, and she holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Cincinnati. She is a member of the Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce and has completed the Inspire Leadership Academy. Heather is also a recent past president of the Fairbanks Montessori Board of Education.
When she’s not working, Heather loves to travel and enjoy the outdoors with her husband and two daughters.
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