Pat Glaab has worked in the Alaska seafood industry for over 35 years. From engineering and plant management to running fishing boats, he brings extensive expertise and a unique understanding of the equipment and processing infrastructure needed to produce high-volume, high-quality salmon. In addition to providing executive oversight, Pat leads Northline’s construction and processing teams.
Kelly Diephuis oversees Northline’s day-to-day operations. She brings problem-solving experience to the work of translating the company’s strategic goals into reality. Kelly is responsible for logistics, production tracking, budgeting and finance, regulatory compliance, and administration.
Drew Cohen oversees Northline’s engineering and project management. Coming most recently from a full-service engineering R&D firm, he brings modern tools and expertise to help execute Northline’s technical objectives. Drew also worked on commercial fishing boats in Bristol Bay and Southeast Alaska while obtaining his engineering degree.
Rachel Klein partially grew up in Bristol Bay, and through her family has spent most of her life surrounded by the Alaska seafood industry. Rachel monitors the organization and details of Northline’s main office, including inventory, procurement, bookkeeping, and media.
Jeremiah Klejka was born and raised on the Kuskokwim river in southwest Alaska. He spent his summers commercial fishing out of Sitka while obtaining a degree in Information Technology from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Jeremiah is responsible for Northline’s computer networking, security, controls, and communication needs.