The Alaska Miners Association has a knowledgable staff ready to help members. As an AMA member you have access to a staff of experts, working hard to represent the industry. Learn more below about the staff’s experience and commitment to the mining industry.
She came to AMA from the Resource Development Council, where she worked as projects coordinator for seven years. In that role, she led issues and policy for the mining and tourism industries. She managed RDC’s efforts on the cruise ship head tax and mining shutdown ballot initiative campaigns, and administered the Alaska Alliance for Cruise Travel, an organization promoting Alaskan-owned tourism businesses.
Deantha is a Board Member for the Armed Services YMCA of Alaska and volunteers for the Alaska Resource Education program as well as the American Cancer Society. In 2006 she was one of 55 delegates to the first-ever Conference of Young Alaskans. She plays soccer and enjoys fishing, hunting, snowmachining, and all that Alaska’s outdoors has to offer.
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Jennifer was born and raised in Seward, Alaska and is a graduate of the University of Alaska Anchorage with a degree in Business Management. She joined AMA in October 2017 and is excited to have a career that has a positive and influential impact on Alaska.
She comes to AMA from an oilfield contracting company, where she worked in both accounting and human resources. Jennifer spent time working in Prudhoe Bay, and understands the importance of Alaska’s resource development.
Out of the office, you’ll find her spending the weekends in Seward or Big Lake. She enjoys fishing, hiking, and spending time with her family.
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Like many Alaskans, Darlene was born outside of Alaska, but she is proud to call Alaska home. She grew up in Southeast Alaska and Palmer, attending high school in Kenai and receiving her BA from Northwest Nazarene College in Nampa, Idaho. Every summer break, Darlene would return and work in the fish processing plants in Soldotna and Kenai.
Darlene started at Alaska Miners Association in July of 2007. Like everyone at AMA, Darlene has a cherished rock story to share. As a child in Wrangell, she went to Garnet ledge twice to dig garnets; she still has a tin of them today. And be sure to ask her about her gold panning exploits.
Darlene is a proud Navy mom, very active in home, community, and her church, she volunteers for children’s programs, and assists on the mobile food pantry affiliated with the Anchorage Food Bank.
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