Jamie works day after day with deliberate conscience on behalf of Alaskans because she cares about future generations and the vitality of our society. Her father, Jose del Fierro, migrated to America from Santiago, Chile in 1958. With a pioneer spirit, Jose sought the freedoms and potential gifted by citizenship in the United States. Jamie’s parents instilled in her the very conviction she exudes in public service. Faith is her compass and the people’s liberties are to be protected. Her vigor as a youth and teenager revolved around activities, school and community engagement, and defending those who needed a champion. That’s why she would later serve in the United States Army. Her career with the U.S. State Department, Department of Defense, Department of Army, Social Security Administration, Veterans Affairs, and State of Alaska established a foundation of experience in management and policy development and paved the path for her to serve on the Anchorage Assembly. Jamie is a proud member of American Legion Post 1, VFW Post 9785, Eagle River Lions Club, Eagle River Elks, and Palmer Moose Lodge 793.
Jamie met and married Dan Allard. A retired Green Beret who spent over 25 years with the 10th Special Forces Group, Dan is her best friend and counsel. They have two daughters and enjoy family time kayaking, cross-country skiing, golfing, and practicing archery. And her family wouldn't be complete without Gary the cat and Jose' the dog, the family's treasured pets.
- Vice Chair - Community and Economic Development Committee
- Committee on Housing and Homelessness
- Ex Officio Member - Anchorage Community Development Authority (ACDA)
Liaison Alternate - Chugiak-Eagle River Chamber of Commerce
Born and raised in Anchorage AK, Kevin is a proud father of 4 and owns several Anchorage businesses. Most of his life was spent in the construction trades. He worked as a pipe fitter for nearly 16 years, working in villages around the state. He left remote work to spend more time with his family, remodel homes and own rentals. Kevin was 2014 President of the Anchorage Board of Realtors, 2021/22 Chair of the Anchorage Platting Board, and is a Commercial Real Estate Broker. He has worked to provide affordable housing by volunteering his construction skills to Neighbor Works, Habitat for Humanity, the Wounded Warrior Project and more. His extensive real estate experience provides a real-world perspective to the multiple housing issues that face Anchorage.