Relevant previous experience
U.S. House of Representatives
Leader of Great Alaska Schools, mother of four, former small business owner, hotel manager, construction worker, server, fish processor
Teacher, Mayor of Fort Yukon, Alaska State Representative, Alaska State Senator, Congressman for all Alaska.
Public employee for 20+ years
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I have worked in rural economic development and workforce development, as well as in the oil and gas industry, including managing the Alaska Native hire program at Alyeska Pipeline. I chaired the Alaska Job Training Council under Gov. Hickel. I have also previously served as president of Knik Tribal Council, and most recently retired as director of operations at the Alaska Native Heritage Center.
Executive Committee, Alaska Libertarian Party, Delegate, 2008 Republican Convention.
Anchorage assembly member and chair, mayor of Anchorage, U.S. Senator for Alaska, small business owner
State senator, 2012-2018. Member/President of Mat-Su School Board, 2009-2012. Superintendent, Northwest Arctic Borough School District.
House District 33
22 years public high school teacher,
Legislative aide, environmental lobbyist,
32 years Juneau resident,
15 years small business co-owner
Bargaining committee member for carpenters union, instructor for apprenticeship school, political lead in Alaska for carpenters union, trustee for local union, superintendent on construction projects, workers’ rights advocate, building trades member, Central Labor Council member, delegate for local union, previous small business owner.
House District 34
Senate District Q
3 years Assembly member, 13 years Docks & Harbor Board, 24 years Labor Lobbyist.
Staff to Sen. Dennis Egan (2009–2018)
Juneau Assembly member (2011–present)
UAS Campus Council (2015–present)
Board member, Alaska Municipal League (2014–present)
Staff to Sen. Kim Elton (2000–2009)
Executive Secretary, Alaska Board of Education and Early Development (1999–2000)
Intern, Gov. Tony Knowles (1997)
Intern, U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, (1996)