CASEY STEINAU / PARTY CHAIR

Casey Steinau enjoys life in Big Lake with her partner Tim Dickman and 2 very spoiled cats. Casey has had a successful 20-year career in real estate sales and investing. She is proud of her contributions to her community as a small business owner, field representative for former Senator Mark Begich, and long-time community volunteer for a variety of causes from garbage clean-up to the fight against homelessness.  She is currently a member of the Mat-Su MLK Jr. Foundation, advisory board member of the Mat-Su Food Bank, and board member of the Big Lake Community Council. 


Brent Watkins -  1st Vice Chair

Kodiak Island has been my home and workplace for the past 30 years. I have been involved in local government on Kodiak, with over 10 years of experience in leadership positions. Special interests that I am involved with include habitat and water-shed work with the Alaska Center and The Climate Caucus. Renewable, sustainable energy is a necessity for Alaska.
Kodiak is the example looked at not only in the State of Alaska, but in the country for our success with alternative energy.  I’m proud to have been a part of the planning process for the wind turbines, a goal that was reached ahead of time, with the success of the island now operating 99.8% renewable-powered by wind and hydro. My understanding of renewable energy can make more communities of all sizes sustainable. 


Katherine Pfeiffer - Secretary


Carolyn Covington - Treasurer

 

 


SHEILA SELKREGG - DNC COMMITTEE WOMAN

 


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ED WESLEY - DNC COMMITTEE MAN


STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE

The State Central Committee, composed of volunteers from across Alaska, is the governing body of the Alaska Democratic Party. To view a full list of Central Committee members, click here.