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Member Spotlight: Heather Marron

Meet Heather Marron, corporate communications manager for Alaska Communications, a statewide internet and voice services provider and the technology sponsor for PRSA Alaska Chapter monthly professional development programs. This Alaska-grown talent is passionate about employee communications, as well as supporting the chapter through wide-ranging volunteer roles. She’s currently the PRSA Alaska board secretary.

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Member Spotlight: Josh Edge

Meet Josh Edge, media relations specialist for GCI. He says PRSA’s network of pros, resources and learning opportunities has helped him make a smooth transition from journalism to public relations over the past five years. The curiosity and connections that fuel his career also translate to professional development ideas that he shares as a member of the chapter’s programming committee.

Member Spotlight: Josie Wilson

Meet Josie Wilson, Alaska strategic communications director for HDR, a global engineering, architecture, environmental and construction company. Nearly two decades ago, this southern California transplant embraced both Alaska and the public relations / communications career field. Since then, she’s gained enduring professional and personal friendships, and an award-winning work ethic.

Member Spotlight: Lanien Livingston

Meet Lanien Livingston, public information officer for the Fairbanks North Star Borough (FNSB) Mayor’s Office. Hailing from Fairbanks, this homegrown talent continues to serve her community by maintaining communications to and from the seat of local government. Read how 15 years of PRSA professional development resources and volunteer opportunities have prepared Lanien for her challenging position.

Member Spotlight: Yumi McCulloch

Meet Yumi McCulloch, owner and chief executive officer for Jack Street Consulting. Newly launched, the business capitalizes on the organizational and public relations skills Yumi gained over two decades with local government agencies in her hometown of Fairbanks. Learn how Yumi has also capitalized on PRSA’s on-demand resources and networks of fellow PR professionals.

Member Spotlight: M. Scott Moon

Meet Scott Moon, communications manager for Kenaitze Indian Tribe in Kenai. Previously, he was a Peninsula Clarion photojournalist, and he continues to freelance photojournalism assignments. Taking advantage of PRSA educational opportunities, and building upon a 16-year journalism foundation, Scott is well-equipped to excel in the communicator role.