Meet the 13,000+ members who work in Alaska’s public schools.

From Napakiak, to Fairbanks, to St. Paul, Craig and everywhere in between, you will find NEA-Alaska's hard-working members. With members in 213 of Alaska's 229 communities, our members are the heart and soul of the union. Our differences are our strengths, and as a team, we are stronger together. This is a place to learn more about your educators, who they are, where they live, what they do, and why their membership in NEA-Alaska matters so much to them.

Meet Glenn

— Napakiak —

Glenn Charlie never expected he’d be building up his community through education instead of wood and nails.


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Glenn Charlie

Glenn Charlie never expected he’d be building up his community through education instead of wood and nails.


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Robert Frasher

Robert Frasher had a full career before he took an official role as a teacher in 2007 with the Alaska Vocational Technical Center (AVTEC).


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Kate Hamre

For Kate Hamre, the classroom goes beyond her four walls.


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Leilani Jolliffe

From her resource room, Leilani runs a small reading group for fifth-graders.


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Jesse Bjorkman

Jesse Bjorkman knows to never waste food or a good learning opportunity.


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