Member Spotlight: Angela Łot’oydaatlno Gonzalez

Dec 6, 2022 | News

Meet Angela Łot’oydaatlno Gonzalez, Indigenous Communications Manager for First Alaskans Institute, a non-profit charitable organization that aims to advance Alaska Natives to meet social, economic and educational challenges. She is the incoming president for our PRSA Alaska Chapter, having built a foundation of PRSA leadership experience through committee work and board service over several years.

Job Responsibilities:

Angela coordinates, creates and delivers agency communications, messages and graphic design elements in a variety of areas, including SharePoint, media, social media, media relations, reports, ads and website. She contributes to narrative change and cultural communications and supports hosting dialogues on racial equity. 

Hometown: Huslia, a Koyukon Athabascan city north of the Yukon River in the lower part of Alaska’s northwest region.

A beloved Song: Abracadabra by Steve Miller Band


Bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

How does membership in PRSA assist you?

I have appreciated the professional development opportunities the Alaska Chapter has offered over the years, especially when I moved from the fundraising field to the PR field. I also love the great network of professionals I have met over the years. I love how the Alaska Chapter past leaders are very much involved and mentoring folks as they join the profession.

Have you volunteered, or are you currently volunteering, in support of the Alaska Chapter?

I have also had the pleasure of working with these PR pros over the years on various committees. I was honored to receive the Bruce Pozzi Chapter Service Award in 2016. One of the most rewarding opportunities was helping to develop the PRSA Alaska Chapter Diversity & Inclusion Committee. I’ve loved seeing how it has grown in the past few years.