To make a real difference for schools and children, our profession, and our retired members, we must become involved in the political process. That is why NEA-Alaska and local affiliates work to elect pro-education candidates to local school boards and assemblies, the Alaska Legislature, the Governor’s mansion, the U.S. House and Senate, and the White House.
Every two years NEA-Alaska sends out education questionnaires to political candidates. The NEA-Alaska PACE committee, made up of elected members, conducts face-to-face interviews with the candidates. Based on the their responses, NEA-Alaska may make recommendations to the membership for legislative districts in Alaska.
Political Action Committee on Education (PACE)
Please contact our representatives on the PACE Committee if you have questions or concerns.
Nancy Allen (2012) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Gayle Harbo (2015) – email@example.com
Susan Stitham (2015) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Rod McCoy (2015) – email@example.com
Karen Eddy (2015) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Marilyn Pillifant (2015) – email@example.com
Charles Boyle – firstname.lastname@example.org