The Aspen Leadership Group is proud to partner with The Alaska
Center and The Alaska Center Education Fund in the search for an
Reporting jointly to the Board of Directors of The Alaska Center
and the Board of Directors of The Alaska Center Education Fund, the
Executive Director will utilize a collaborative and strategic
approach to manage a talented team of staff, partner with dedicated
Board members, collaborate with community partners, and engage
policy makers in building a movement of engaged Alaskans who
support a sustainable environment, healthy communities, and a
strong democracy. The Alaska Center and The Alaska Center
Foundation are located in Anchorage, Alaska. Remote, flexible, and
hybrid working arrangements will be considered.
The Alaska Center and The Alaska Center Education Fund work
together toward a vision of a thriving, just, and sustainable
Alaska, deeply rooted in a love for the State—endeavoring to form
coalitions with diverse and underrepresented organizations.
Alaskans are engaged and empowered to protect and conserve the
natural resources that support their unique quality of life for
current and future generations.
The Alaska Center, a 501(c)(4), works tirelessly to engage,
empower, and elect Alaskans to stand up for clean air and water,
healthy communities, and a strong democracy. The Center is active
in protecting wild salmon, advancing and advocating for clean
energy and climate action, and supporting diverse leaders who
champion the Center’s values at every level of government.
The Alaska Center Education Fund, a 501(c)(3), works to ensure
Alaskans are knowledgeable and have a voice in the decisions
impacting their future by educating and engaging people of all ages
to support clean air and water, healthy communities, and to become
empowered stewards. Youth are introduced to the outdoors and are
offered education about the natural world through Trailside
Discovery Camp. Hundreds of teens are taught how to be effective
advocates through the Alaska Youth for Environmental Action
program. Alaskans are informed and activated through education and
direct advocacy around common-sense voter reforms. Through these
efforts, the Alaska Center Education Fund is making a powerful
impact on preserving a healthy democracy and conserving Alaska’s
Together, The Alaska Center and The Alaska Center Education Fund
are building an engaged movement of Alaskans—the State's best asset
for combating climate change and preserving environmental
integrity. The Center and Fund have an incredible team committed to
justice and equity within their organizations and throughout their
work. They have strong partnerships throughout the movement for
social and environmental change in Alaska—working to make their
home the best place to live. The future depends upon the health of
the resources that sustain Alaska’s diverse cultures, livelihoods,
and families. Together, The Center and Fund ensure that everyone
can enjoy Alaska’s tremendous natural resources and grow and
cultivate leaders who champion values supporting a vibrant future
for generations to come.
The Alaska Center and The Alaska Center Education Fund work to
build power for community self-determination. They amplify
solutions identified by the communities most directly impacted by
issues they engage on. They support communities on the frontlines
of resource extraction, climate change, and environmental threats
and organizations that work within them when asked. They shift
power and leadership to these communities.
All applications must be accompanied by a cover letter and résumé.
Cover letters should be responsive to the missions of The Alaska
Center and The Alaska Center Education Fund as well as the
responsibilities and qualifications presented in the
The salary range for this position is $100,000 to $112,000 annually
based on experience.