• Government Relations Committee

    Anna Atchison
    Committee member
    Fairbanks Gold Mining Inc. - Kinross Fort Knox Mi
    John Ringstad
    Committee member
    BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc.
    Sarah Obed
    Committee member
    Doyon, Limited
    Sarah Lefebvre
    Committee member
    Exclusive Paving/University Redi-Mix
    Contract Administrator/Office Manager
    Tammera Randolph
    Committee member
    Tammera L. Randolph State Farm Insurance
    Jennifer Bump
    Committee member
    Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
    Sr. Business Relationship Manager
    Jenny Mahlen
    Committee member
    First National Bank Alaska - Golden Valley Branch
    Vice President
    Lorna Shaw
    Sumitomo Metal Mining Pogo LLC
    External Affairs Manager
    Garry Hutchison
    Kohler, Schmitt & Hutchison PC
    Rebecca Dean
    Sportsmedicine Fairbanks
    Clinic Administrator
    June Rogers
    Sand Castle Studios
    Deb Hickok
    Explore Fairbanks
    President and CEO
    Misha Knuettel
    Grainger
    Government Account Manager
    Traci Gatewood
    G2 Diversified Services
    Owner/Consultant
    Traci holds a Master of Science in Business Organizational Management with a Concentration in Human Resource Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. She has over twenty (20) years of experience in personnel, budget, project, and grants management. Clients will find her to be exceptional because of her communication skills.  She is direct, unflinchingly honest, insightful, and sensitive.  She offers clear-eyed analysis and expects excellence of herself and others. 
    Amanda Steele
    North Star Driving School
    Administrative Coordinator & Instructor
    Mindy O'Neall
    Laborers Union, Local #942
    Organizer/Strategic Communication
  • we are a proud member of the stand for alaska coalition! are you?

    The Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce's number 2 priority in 2018 is to support the Stand for Alaska coalition, which will work to inform fellow Alaskans of the real dangers of the ballot initiative called Stand for Salmon, and the creation of a job-killing, community damaging regulation that would hurt the state’s ability to develop many of its natural resources. Alaska has a robust permitting process already in place.  

    This ballot initiative will appear on the November 6th ballot during the general election.

    We encourage our members to sign up for the coalition alongside the Fairbanks Chamber and many other businesses in Fairbanks. Find out more at www.standforak.com