Alice N. Rogoff

Ms. Rogoff is Publisher and owner of “,” the only circumpolar news partnership dedicated to comprehensive coverage of news of the high north.  She is the former Publisher of Alaska Dispatch News.  In 2012, she co-founded the international forum “Arctic Circle,” together with former President Olafur Grimsson of Iceland.  Since 2016, Ms. Rogoff chairs the Advisory Council of the Polar initiative at the Woodrow Wilson Center of the Smithsonian.  In 2002, she launched the Alaska Native Arts Foundation.  In 2008, Ms. Rogoff founded the Alaska House NY, a non-profit “virtual embassy” to promote understanding of the economic issues and opportunities facing the State.  From 1985 to 1997, Ms. Rogoff was Chief Financial Officer of U.S. News and World Report.  Prior to that she was managing director of G. William Miller and Co., a Washington, D.C. investment management firm.  She also worked at the Washington Post Company as assistant to publisher Donald Graham and created the “National Weekly Edition” of the Washington Post.  From 1978 to 1980, Ms. Rogoff served in the Administration of President Jimmy Carter as Special Assistant to the Director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget.  Other commitments of hers have included:  Trustee of the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia; member, Council of the National Museum of the American Indian; former Trustee and Treasurer, The National Symphony Orchestra.  She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and she resides in Anchorage, Alaska, where she pilots her Cessna 206.