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Council Members

Chairmen

Interim Chair
Rural Public Member


 

Linda Tatqavin Stanford

Appointed: August 2017
Utqiagvik, AK, 99723
Phone: (907)465-4356
LindaStanford35@gmail.com

Public Member


 

Lydia Heyward

Appointed: August 2019
Anchorage, AK, 99504
Phone: (907)465-4356
lydhey@aim.com

Public Members

Public Member

Linda Stanford
 

Teresa Lowe

Appointed: August 2018
Fairbanks, AK 99811
Phone: (907)465-4356
misstflowers@yahoo.com

Public Member


 

Angela Garay

Appointed: August, 2019
Wasilla, AK 99654
Phone: (907)465-4356
angela.garay@ymail.com

 

Department Representatives

Dept. of Corrections

    
 

    ---Laura Brooks

     Division Operations Manager
     Health & Rehabilitation Services
     Appointed: February 2019
     550 W. 7th Ave. Ste. 1800,
     Anchorage, AK 99501
     Phone: (907)269-7392
     laura.brooks@alaska.gov

 

Dept. of Law

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John Skidmore

 Deputy Attorney General
 Appointed: July, 2017
 1031 W. 4th Ave. Suite 200,
 Anchorage, AK 99501
 Phone: (907)269-6379
 john.skidmore@alaska.gov

Dept. of Health & Social Services

   
 

     ---Jillian Gellings

     Project Analyst
     Appointed: August 2019 
     PO Box 110601
     Juneau, AK 99811-0601
     Phone: (907)465-1614
     jillian.gellings@alaska.gov

 

Dept. of Public Safety

    


     ---Amanda Price

     Commissioner
     Appointed: December, 2018
     5700 East Tudor Road
     Anchorage, AK 99507
     Phone: (907)269-4542
    amanda.price@alaska.gov

 

Dept. of Education and Early Development


 

Niki Tshibaka

Assistant Commissioner
Appointed: August 2019
550 W 7th Ave, Ste 1240
Anchorage, AK 99501
Phone: (907)465-2970
niki.tshibaka@alaska.gov

Purpose
The purpose of the Council is to provide for planning and coordination of services to victims of domestic violence or sexual assault or to their families and to perpetrators of domestic violence and sexual assault and to provide for crisis intervention and prevention programs. Council members are appointed by the governor, to represent a wide range of knowledge, expertise and involvement in domestic violence and sexual assault issues statewide. Membership requirements include representation from five government departments: Departments of Public Safety, Health & Social Services, Education & Early Development, Corrections and the Office of the Attorney General. In addition, four public members are appointed at least one who shall be from a rural community.