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Meet LA23!

The 23rd cohort of Leadership Anchorage will gather for their first session this weekend, and will be connecting and learning through monthly sessions, community projects, and mentorships until May, 2020 when the program concludes. Take a moment to meet this diverse group of leaders from across the greater Anchorage area! Jake Dickerhoff Pastor Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church Jake Dickerhoff is an engaging communicator with experience in conflict resolution, organizational development, and cultivating community partnerships. As the pastor of Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church in South Anchorage he is passionate about ensuring that everyone has a place to belong, be heard, and grow with othe

Lessons Learned at Culture Camp

“So much of culture camp was about building community relationships,” reflected Ellen, who participated in ECCI during the summer of 2018.

Sarah Richmond, Alaska Fellow

Sarah Richmond, a recent graduate of Reed College in Portland, Oregon, has just joined the Alaska Humanities Forum. She will focus on bringing community voices into program design during her nine-month long fellowship as part of the Alaska Fellows Program. The Alaska Fellows is a postgraduate opportunity that places recent college graduates from around the country with organizations in Anchorage, Juneau, and Sitka. The program was initially launched in 2014 with Yale University graduates as a way to bring motivated, talented college graduates to Sitka for nine months to live together and serve the community. The program has since expanded to recruit young people from schools around the count

Sarah Richmond, Alaska Fellow

Sarah Richmond, a recent graduate of Reed College in Portland, Oregon, has just joined the Alaska Humanities Forum. She will focus on bringing community voices into program design during her nine-month long fellowship as part of the Alaska Fellows Program. The Alaska Fellows is a postgraduate opportunity that places recent college graduates from around the country with organizations in Anchorage, Juneau, and Sitka. The program was initially launched in 2014 with Yale University graduates as a way to bring motivated, talented college graduates to Sitka for nine months to live together and serve the community. The program has since expanded to recruit young people from schools around the count

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