June 12, 2013
- 1:00 PM
At the close of the 28th legislative session, the
Alaska Housing Finance Corporation received several new and renewed obligations
that await the Governor's pen. Please join us for an opportunity to receive an
update from Dan Fauske, CEO & Executive Director at AHFC on its direction
for 2013 and the projects under AHFC's purview.
Dan began his job with the Corporation March 1, 1995. Mr.
Fauske was instrumental in the development of an asset transfer plan between
AHFC and the State, and as a result, substantially improved the Corporation's
credit rating by Moody's and Standard and Poor's. AHFC has issued more than
$6.0 billion in housing bonds and has contributed $1.9 billion back to the
State of Alaska through cash transfers, capital projects, and debt service
In 2010, Mr. Fauske was selected by the Alaska legislature
to lead the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC) for the specific
purpose of developing, refining and producing an in-state natural gas pipeline
project plan. The focus of the pipeline project is to supply gas to
Southcentral Alaska by 2019 to offset the projected supply decline. The Alaska
Stand Alone Gas Pipeline (ASAP) plan was released July 2011.
Mr. Fauske serves on numerous boards, including the National
Community Renaissance/National CORE and the University of Alaska Anchorage
(UAA) School of Nursing Advisory Board. He chairs the Alaska Council on
Homelessness and has served on the Fiscal Policy Council of Alaska and Fannie
Mae's National Housing Impact Advisory Council.
Prior to his career at AHFC, Mr. Fauske served as chief
financial officer and chief administrative officer for Alaska's North Slope
Borough. He holds a master's degree in business administration from Gonzaga