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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Contact the Anchorage Assembly

​Who are your Assembly Members? Find your Assembly District and contact the me​mbers that represent you​.


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District 1 | North ​Anchorage

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Christopher Constant

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E-Mail: Christopher.Constant@anchorageak.gov
Term Expires: 2026

  • Chair - Assembly​
  • Chair - Rules Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Chair - Ethics and Elections Committee 
  • Co-Chair - Personnel Committee
  • Vice​ Chair - Legislative Committee
  • Budget and Finance Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Housing and Homelessness Committee
  • Community and Economic Development Committee
  • Enterprise and Utility Oversight Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Public Safety Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Ex Officio Member - Anchorage Chamber of Commerce
  • Liaison - Federation of Community Councils
  • Liaison - National League of Cities (NLC)
Christopher Constant has lived in the North Anchorage district since 1998. Professionally, Christopher is a licensed real estate agent as well as a Grants and Contracts Director for a statewide nonprofit substance abuse and behavioral health treatment provider. During his past involvement with the Fairview Community Council, including two terms as President, Christopher successfully led an effort to improve public safety in his neighborhood which was the catalyst that led him to consider serving as an Assembly Member. Christopher is a strong supporter for improving key infrastructure, strong schools and advocating for intensive services needed by Anchorage's homeless population. Perseverance is a quality that he admires most as can be seen by his favorite quote from The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho, “The secret of life, though, is to fall seven times and to get up eight times."​

Daniel Volland


E-Mail: Daniel.Volland@anchorageak.gov
​Term Expires: 2025
Education: BS Biology, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA; Doctorate of Optometry, Pacific University College of Optometry, Forest Grove, OR

   
 
  • Co-Chair - Health Policy Committee
  • Co-Chair - Transportation Commuttee
  • AMATS Policy Committee
  • Committee on Housing and Homelessness
  • Budget and Finance Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Public Safety Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Rules Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Ex Officio Member - Anchorage Community Development Authority (ACDA)
  • Safe Routes to Schools Working Group​
Daniel is a licensed optometric physician and owner of an independent eye care clinic in downtown Anchorage. He has also provided eye care throughout rural Alaska. Arriving by small plane, boat, snow machine, ATV, and sled, he has performed pop-up eye clinics in over thirty Alaskan communities. Daniel has served as Vice Chair of the South Addition Community Council and has volunteered on the council's Neighborhood Plan Committee and Land Use Committee. Additionally, he has served on the boards of the Arctic Encounter Symposium and the Alaska World Affairs Council, and been an involved member of the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce Legislative Committee, Young Professionals Group, and the Anchorage East Rotary Club. In 2021, he was honored to be awarded "Alaska Young Professional of the Year" by his peers. He loves being in nature and exploring Alaska, whether it’s packrafting, backcountry ice-skating, hiking, or walking his dog, Juniper, on the Coastal Trail. Daniel is honored to represent North Anchorage, one of the most diverse districts in the United States. He is passionate about helping Anchorage be a safe, welcoming community that creates opportunity for all. 

​District 2 | Chugiak, Eagle River, JBER


Scott Myers

 

​Contact Info: (907) 343-4114
E-Mail: Scott.Myers@anchorageak.gov
Term Expires: 2026

  • Vice Chair - Municipal Audit Committee
  • Budget and Finance Committee-of-the-Whole
  • ​Public Safety Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Rules Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Enterprise and Utility Oversight Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Community and Economic Development Committee
  • Legislative Committee

“Knowledge is Power” is a phrase Scott learned from the first Broker he worked for and it stuck. Scott started his real estate career in Central Oregon at the age of 18 and moved to Alaska in 2010. Scott served on the Anchorage Board of Realtors for 7 years, both as Director at Large and then as 2017 President. He has served on the Executive Board of The Alaska Association of Realtors​ and has served as the Alaska representative for Realtor Political Action Committee (RPAC), Major Investor Council for the National Association of Realtors. 

Scott's continued community involvement includes a past board member for the Chugiak-Eagle River Chamber of Commerce, a member of District 23 Republican Party. He has previously served​ on the Board of Equalization, the Zoning Board of Examiners and Appeals for the Municipality of Anchorage and as President of the Southfork Community Council.​




Kevin Cross​

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Contact Info: (907) 343-4113
E-Mail: Kevin.Cross@anchorageak.gov
Term Expires: 2025​

  • Co-Chair -​ Community and Economic Development Committee​
  • Co-Chair - Public Safety Committee of the Whole​
  • Committee on Housing and Homelessness
  • Municipal Audit Committee​
  • Ex Officio Member - Anchorage Community Development Authority (ACDA)
  • Liaison Alternate - Chugiak-Eagle River Chamber of Commerce
  • Safe Routes to Schools Working Group​
  • AMATS Policy Committee - Assembly Alternate
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. 


​District 3 | West Anchorage


Kameron Perez-Verdia

 

Contact Info: (907) 343-4115
E-Mail: Kameron.Perez-Verdia@anchorageak.gov
Term Expires: 2025
Education: BA Communications, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA; MBA Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver, Denver, CO

  • Co-Chair - Public Safety Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Budget and Finance Committee-of-the-Whole​
  • Committee on Housing and Homelessness
  • Enterprise and Utility Oversight Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Rules Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Liaison - Anchorage Equity Committee-of-the-Assembly 
  • ​Liaison Alternate - Anchorage Convention and Visitors Bureau (ACVB)

Kameron was born and raised in Alaska, growing up the community of Utqiaġvik, Alaska. Prior to his service on the Anchorage Assembly, Kameron served on the Anchorage School Board for four years, serving both as vice president and president. With an extensive history in the local non-profit world, helping to build stronger and healthier communities is an intrinsic part of who Kameron Perez-Verdia is. Currently he serves as the President and CEO of a local non-profit organization founded in 1972 that brings Alaskans together to think critically to ultimately build and strengthen communities. Kameron holds a Batchelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Puget Sound and an M.B.A from the Daniels College of Business at University of Denver. He is an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys exploring Alaska with his wife and two young daughters.​​



Anna Brawley​


Contact Info: (907) 343-4116
E-Mail: Anna.Brawley@anchora​geak.gov  
Term Expires: 2026 
Education: BA History, Denison University, Granville OH; MA Social Sciences, University of Chicago, Chicago IL; MRP (Planning), Cornell University, Ithaca NY​

  • Chair - Legislative Committee
  • ​​​Co-Chair - Budget and Finance Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Community and Economic Development Committee
  • Housing and Homelessness Committee
  • Enterprise and Utility Oversight Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Public Safety Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Rules Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Liaison - Alaska Municipal League (AML)
  • Liaison - National League of Cities (NLC)
Anna B. Brawley has called West Anchorage home for over a decade, after moving to Alaska  from Columbus, Ohio in 2011 for a job opportunity. She is a planner and project manager with a local consulting firm, with degrees in history, social sciences and urban planning. 

Before election to the Assembly, Anna served on the NeighborWorks Alaska board of directors, as president and secretary of Turnagain Community Council, secretary of Spenard Community Council, and as an active community volunteer and advocate. Anna also previously served as chair of the Budget Advisory Commission. She lives in Turnagain with her family and two highly opinionated cats. When not working or volunteering, she enjoys gardening, creative projects, photography, biking, cross-country skiing, and neighborhood walks.

Anna is dedicated to making Anchorage work for everyone. She has led and supported multiple policy changes to state statute and local law that solved problems impacting people's lives and businesses. She likes learning how complex systems work, like cities, and how to improve them.


​District 4 | Midtown Anchorage


Felix Rivera

 

Contact Info: (907) 764-0841
E-Mail: Felix.Rivera@anchorageak.gov
Term Expires: 2026
Education: BA Liberal Studies, Alaska Pacific University, Anchorage

  • Chair - Committee on Housing and Homelessness
  • Chair - Municipal Audit Committee
  • Budget and Finance Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Community and Economic Development Committee
  • Enterprise and Utility Oversight Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Health Policy Committee
  • Public Safety Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Reapportionment Committee
  • Rules Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Liaison - Anchorage Equity Committee-of-the-Assembly

Felix came to Alaska for college and never left. His work as Constituent Relations and Special Assistant for the Mayor's Office helped to prepare him for his role as Assembly Member and Chair. His passion is making a difference in the lives of people in his community; and he has been able to do this by not only serving on the Assembly, but by sitting on the board of directors for several nonprofits that help those in need. Writing and journalism is another way Felix has been able to make an impact. While studying journalism at APU he covered local events around town as well as wrote for an international wire service. His stories were published around the world. Felix considers his proudest accomplishment to be “helping fight and eventually obtain protections for LGBTQ Anchorage residents in employment, housing, and public accommodations."

Meg Zaletel

 

Contact Info: (907) 343-4117
E-Mail:Meg.Zaletel@anchorageak.gov
Term Expires: 2025
Education: BS Psychology, Drake University, Des Moines, IA; JD Drake Law School, Des Moines, IA; Certificate of Mental Disability Law, New York Law School, New York, NY

  • ​Vice Chair - Assembly
  • Co-Chair - Budget and Finance Committee-of-the-Whole​
  • Co-Chair - Personnel Committee
  • Co-Chair - Transportation Committee
  • ​Chair - Enterprise and Utility Oversight Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Vice Chair - Rules Committee-of-the-Whole​
  • Public Safety Committee-of-the-Whole
  • AMATS Policy Committee
  • Liaison - Anchorage Economic Development Corporation (AEDC)
  • Liaison Alternate - National Association of Counties (NACo)
  • Liaison Alternate - ​Federation of Community Councils
​Fresh out of law school, Meg took a job with the Disability Law Center of Alaska in Anchorage, sight unseen. This job not only brought her to Alaska, but gave her valuable experience working on systemic issues. Since joining the Assembly in 2019, she has been instrumental in expanding the Municipality's work around behavioral health and homelessness which improve overall public health and safety. Meg lives in Midtown with her hus​band Zach, their daughter Zelda, and two dogs, cat and five chickens.​

District 5 | East Anchorage


Karen Bronga

 

Contact Info: (907) 343-4119
E-Mail: Karen.Bronga@anchorageak.gov
Term Expires: 2025
EducationBS Physical Education, Recreation Emphasis, Montana State University; Alaska Teaching Certificate, K-8, Alaska Pacific University


  • Co-Chair - Health Policy Committee
  • Budget and Finance Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Enterprise and Utility Oversight Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Public Safety Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Rules Committee-of-the-Whole​
  • Liaison - Anchorage Convention and Visitors Bureau (ACVB)
I am proud to be representing the community that I grew up in, raised my family and taught in.  My parents taught me love for the outdoors and the joy of nordic skiing. That skiing was my ticket to college and I was a NSAA Collegiate All-American, while studying at Montana State University. After returning to Alaska I worked in behavioral health for 6 years. My husband Tom and I have been married for 35 years.  We have three children, all grown and working as engineers.  I attained my teaching certificate at APU in 1998, and I went on to teach for 20 years in the Anchorage School District.  My final teaching position was as an Elementary Health Teacher, which was my passion and I was awarded Health Teacher of the Year in 2018. I have volunteered throughout the community for SKiku, Anchorage Parks and Recreation, Alaska Trails, Girls on the Run, Scenic Park and Kasuun cooking club, Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage, Super Sweepers and more.  My love for trails and quest for safe, non-motorized routes started me on my community council participation. For the past ten years, I’ve served as an officer on the Scenic Foothills Community Council, where I was instrumental in getting two trails built in our area.  I am excited to get to work to advocate for my community.




George Martinez

 

​Phone: (907) 343-4120
E-Mail: George.Martinez2@anchorageak.gov
Term Expires: 2026
Education: AA Liberal Arts, Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York, NY; BA  Political Science, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY; Doctoral Fellow, Ph.D. Program - MEQ Level II - American Political Science, City University of New York Graduate School and University Center, New York, NY. 

  • Co-Chair - Community and Economic Development Committee
  • Budget and Finance Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Enterprise and Utility Oversight Committee-of-the-Whole
  • ​Public Safety Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Rules Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Health Policy Committee
  • Housing & Homelessness Committee
  • Legislative Committee
George is a husband, father of two ASD students, doggy daddy to Betty and Popeye, and self-employed strategic consultant. He's had successful careers as a community organizer, college professor, artist, and government/ nonprofit executive, eventually receiving international diplomatic appointments across the Western Hemisphere. He is a former Special Assistant to the Mayor of Anchorage and recently served as the Northeast Community Council president.

George serves on several boards, including the Alaska Youth Orchestras and Alaska Center for the Performing Arts. He is also an advisory member of Anchorage Cops for Community and the University of Alaska Institute of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Extension.  

George is committed to bringing people together for a connected, safe, and thriving city where businesses succeed, our economy grows, neighborhoods flourish, and our families are healthy and prosperous. ​​


District 6 | South Anchorage, Girdwood, Turnagain Arm


Zac Johnson

 

Contact Info: (907) 343-4122​
E-Mail: Zac.Johnson@anchorageak.gov
Term Expires: 2026
Education: BS Aviation Technology, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK​

  • Vice Chair - Enterprise and Utility Oversight Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Budget and Finance Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Public Safety Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Rules Committee-of-the-Whole
  • Community and Economic Development Committee
  • Legislative Committee 
  • Ex Officio Member - Anchorage Economic Development Corporation (AEDC)​

Zac Johnson spent his early years living in a cabin along Turnagain Arm. Although his family moved away from Alaska when he was young, Zac found his way back after leaving active duty with the Marine Corps. Zac is a proud UAA graduate, former State Trooper, and was an active member of his community council. 

Today, Zac happily resides in the Upper Hillside area with his wife, Liz, and their dog, Archer.


Randy Sulte

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Contact Info: (907) 343-4121
E-Mail: Randy.Sulte@anchorageak.gov
Term Expires: 2025
Education: ​Colorado School of Mines, BSC Metallurgical and Materials ​Science Engineering (1992); Seattle University, Albers School of Business, Masters in Business Administration (1996)


  • Vice Chair - ​Committee on Housing and Homelessness
  • Community and Economic Development Committee​
  • Ex Officio Member - Anchorage Economic Development Corporation (AEDC)
  • Liaison - National Association of Counties (NACo)
  • Safe Routes to Schools Working Group





​​Raised in St. Petersburg, Florida, Randy married his college sweetheart, a Service High Graduate, and moved to Anchorage in 2004 to raise their four children. Randy is a private pilot and enjoys exploring all that Alaska has to offer. He enjoys hiking, biking and watching his children compete in sports. Anchorage is his home and he is deeply invested in the community. Having always lived in District 6 Randy volunteered for Hill Top Ski Area, Bay Shore Klatt Community Patrol and Rilke Schule among others programs. 


​Office of the Municipal Clerk

The Municipal Clerk administers the Assembly offices and oversees Municipal elections. The Municipal Clerk's Office publishes the agenda; records all Assembly-related actions; and pro​duces the minutes for all Assembly meetings. The Municipal Clerk's Office oversees business licensing and staffs several Municipal boards, including the Board of Ethics, the Board of Adjustment, the Election Commission, and the Salaries and Emoluments Commission.

Vision Statement:  The Anchorage Municipal Clerk's Office is dedicated to excellence by courteously, accurately, and timely performing its duties to facilitate a well-informed, well-served community and government officials, thus, maximizing public participation in the democratic process of local government.

​Phone: 907-343-4311
Fax: 907-343-7999
Clerk's Office: wwmasmc@anchorageak.gov
Business Licenses: MuniLicenses@anchorageak.gov ​
Elections: Elections@anchorageak.gov or 907-243-VOTE (8683)
Mailing address: P.O. Box 196650, Anchorage, AK 99519-6650​​​​​


​​Municipal Clerk's Office

632 W 6th Ave., Ste. 250
Anchorage, AK 99501

Tuesday - Friday
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 
except Municipal holidays​
Appointments are encouraged.

​MOA Election Cente​r

619 E Ship Creek Ave., Ste. 100, Door D
Anchorage, AK 99501

​Monday - Friday​
8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 
may be closed on some Municipal holidays


Legislative Services​​

​The Assembly's Legislative Services team is the community's liaison to the Legislative branch of municipal government and helps with communications, strategic planning, research, and civic education.

Ph​one: 907-343-4125
Email: wwmasls@anchorageak.gov
Mailing address: P.O. Box 196650, Anchorage, AK 99519-6650​​​​​

​​Legislative Liaison

Clare Ross

​Communications Coordinator

Allie Hartman​​



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907-343-4311 PO Box 196650, Anchorage, AK 99519-6650​​

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