As a donor-supported community foundation and a catalyst for change, we support transformative philanthropy, programs, and individuals in the Northwest that help people find joy and strength in who they are and where they are—in urban, rural, and remote communities.
Contact Amy White, Director of Regional Operations and Leadership, to learn more about Pride Foundation’s work in the Last Frontier and to find out how you can get involved. Be sure to sign up for Pride Foundation’s monthly eNewsletter to learn more about our supporters, grantees, and scholars. You can also read all of Pride Foundation’s Alaskan stories online.
Local Leadership: By Alaska, For Alaska
Local leadership makes Pride Foundation’s work meaningful and relevant as local Alaskan volunteers help award our grants and scholarships in Alaska. Alaska’s Leadership Action Team is one group of volunteers that provides guidance and advice to staff. Representing Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Juneau, members of the 2012 Leadership Action Team are:
- Thomas Azzarella, Youth Development Specialist, Anchorage Youth Development Coalition
- Kara Carlson, Case Worker, Interior Alaska Center for Non-Violent Living
- Brittany Luddington, Training Project Director, Alaska Network on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
- Jennifer Mannix, Community Volunteer
- Debra O’Gara, Planning Director at SE Alaska Regional Health Consortium; Chief Justice for Tlingit & Haida Tribal Court
- Amy Young, Owner/President ZenCloud Consulting