130 Seward Street, Suite 200, Juneau AK


Carlton Smith

Commercial and Investment Real Estate

Carlton Smith owns and operates Carlton Smith Commercial, LLC, a Juneau commercial real estate company he established in Anchorage in 1989. With over 35 years in the industry, Carlton has represented high net-worth individuals, major Alaska banks, the FDIC, and numerous Alaska corporate investors with their commercial real estate priorities. Raised in Haines, Carlton is a shareholder of Shee Atika, Inc., the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) corporation for Sitka, and Sealaska, the Southeast Alaska regional ANCSA corporation. A graduate of Stanford University, Carlton has extensive corporate and non-profit board experience, having served as a director of Sealaska and the Sealaska Heritage Institute, and as chief executive officer of Kootznoowoo, the ANCSA corporation for Angoon. He was chairman and remains a trustee of the associated Kootznoowoo Permanent Fund Settlement Trust. Carlton also served as chairman of the The Salvation Army Alaska, with 19 locations statewide and a 38-member advisory board. In 2015 Governor Bill Walker appointed Carlton to serve a five-year term as Trustee of the Alaska Mental Health Trust. The trust owns and manages over a million acres of land and one-half billion dollars in equities is managed by the permanent fund.   He now serves as its Resources Committee Chair. He was elected to the Juneau Borough Assembly in 2011.


Toma Alario

Vice President of Operations

Toma Alario, born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, spent the first decade of her career as a loan originator in the financial industry and residential sales agent working directly for builders in southern Louisiana. Upon moving to Anchorage in 1980, she worked in mortgage banking for several financial institutions.  Utilizing her banking and real estate experience and knowledge, she opened her own business in the Anchorage/Eagle River area assisting contractors, real estate agents, and banks in successfully closing loans. She continued her business upon her move to Juneau in 1984. With the economic downturn following the collapse in oil prices in the mid-1980s she was hired by MGIC to assist in the marketing of foreclosed properties throughout Alaska.  With Alaska’s recovery, she joined Alaska Airlines and retired as Manager, Station Operations in 2009.  As VP Operations for Carlton Smith Commercial, Toma’s statewide experience in mortgage banking and real estate adds value and enhances service to our clients.