Statewide Executive Board

President Sharon Hoffbeck

Sharon Hoffbeck,

The Executive Board plans and oversees all RPEA activities. An annual multi-day planning session incorporating board members statewide is used to discuss issues, set priorities, and plan for action through the next year. Member suggestions for setting priorities are welcome at any time.


Under the Executive Board are three regional chapters which provide information and support to members at the regional level. The three population areas represented are Southcentral (including Anchorage, Matanuska Valley, and Kenai Peninsula), Southeast (including Juneau and all southern panhandle communities) and Northern (including Fairbanks and all communities in northern and western Alaska.) Click the Chapters menu option above to learn more.


Monthly Board Meetings

(NOTE: The August Executive Board meeting has been rescheduled to
August 28, 2020   2:00 - 4:00 p.m. ADT.)

Monthly Executive Board meetings are generally held on the third Tuesday of each month from 10:00-12:00 p.m. Video/teleconference is available for members in good standing who would like to attend (please see Zoom link below). Meetings are held at the RPEA office in Anchorage (8005 Schoon Street), and RPEA members in good standing are welcome to attend in person (based on space available). There is a comment period during the meeting for member input. Members may also submit written comments to the Board at any time by mail or email to

Next Executive Board Meeting

August 28, 2020   2:00 - 4:00 p.m. ADT
(Please note the later than normal time for this meeting.)

Meeting Agenda

Join using this Zoom link.
(Meeting ID: 914 8697 1794)
(Passcode: 304421)

Please join the meeting 15 minutes prior to start time
so membership status can be checked.

Alternately, you can join telephonically
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