2012 Ballot - Denali Citizens Council
To the members of Denali Citizens Council,
Election time has rolled around again, and it’s time to vote for the DCC Board of Directors.
The Denali Citizens Council Board of Directors is responsible for guiding all of the organization's activities on behalf of its members. DCC has been representing citizen interest in the Denali area since 1974, and has been fortunate to have dedicated individuals willing to step forward and give their time to the board for the past 37 years.
This year, two current board members are running for re-election. You’ll notice a third slot for “suggested candidates”; we have an open seat that has no identified candidate, and we are seeking input from DCC’s members. If you know someone who would be a great board member, yourself included, please suggest their name! This is not a vote for write-in candidate, but a nomination for a future board member.
Deadline for ballots: May 28, 2012, 6:00pm
To vote using this electronic survey, you must use the 5-digit validation code that you will find in the lower left corner of the return envelope that came with your paper ballot.
If you did not receive a ballot but believe your membership is current, please e-mail us at email@example.com to get a validation code.
The two candidates running for re-election are:
I have lived and worked in the Denali area since 1987. Seeing the patterns of life that revolve around these wildlands and the interrelationships between all living things, I want to contribute in a positive way to this community. DCC provides the best avenue to address the most important issues of this area. I am inspired by the knowledge, leadership and commitment of the board and the values DCC cultivates that will help shape the future of this great place.
Born and raised in Northern California, I moved to Alaska in 2006 after receiving a BS in Natural Resource Planning and Interpretation from Humboldt State University. I have worked as an interpretive ranger in Redwood and Denali National Parks, and currently spend the winter season working with kids at Tri-Valley School in Healy. I am a proud co-owner of some stellar sled dogs, and recreate with them out my front door in the Panguinge Creek subdivision. I have enjoyed many adventures in the Stampede area and look forward to many more. The Denali region is a beautiful place, and my goal is to see it remain that way.