Alice Rogoff is publisher and owner of Alaska Dispatch. From 1985 to 1997, she was chief financial officer of U.S News and World Report. She served at The Washington Post Co. as assistant to publisher Donald Graham, and she was the creator of the Post’s National Weekly Edition. Earlier in her career she served in President Jimmy Carter’s administration as special assistant to director of the U.S. Office of Management and Budget. Alice is also the founder of Arctic Imperative, a lecture series dedicated to raising awareness of circumpolar north issues. And she is co-founder of a number of other organizations, including the Alaska Native Arts Foundation. One of her duties as Dispatchs publisher is piloting her Cessna 206 in search of great stories and photos around Alaska.