Luncheon Speakers

Feb. 4, 2021 — Francesca DuBrock, Chief Curator of the Anchorage Museum — Introduction to Extra Tough: Women of the North (on Zoom)

Francesca Du Brock, Chief Curator at the Anchorage Museum, will discuss a current exhibit at the museum that features the vital roles of both indigenous and newcomer women in northern communities. In her role as curator, Du Brock focuses on developing projects and exhibitions that reflect the diversity of people living in the North. Bilingualism, […]

Jan. 7, 2021 — Tracy Sabo — New Landscape of TV News in Alaska (on Zoom)

Tracy Sabo, Director of News and Content for Alaska’s News Source, will discuss the changing television news market, including the outcome of the KTUU acquisition of KTVA, during a Zoom meeting sponsored by Alaska Professional Communicators. Sabo leads a team of journalists at KTUU/KYES. She spent more than 19 years at CNN and held roles […]

Dec. 3, 2020 — Vivian Faith Prescott — The Number One Writing Tip (on Zoom)

The author of five poetry chapbooks, two full-length poetry books, and a short story collection, Vivian Faith Prescott is working toward release of her latest publication, a foodoir (a combination of personal memoir with a series of recipes) titled My Father’s Smokehouse, in 2022. She co-authors the “Planet Alaska” column in the Juneau Empire with […]

Oct. 1, 2020 — Christine Cunningham — Writing for Different Audiences (on Zoom)

A lifelong Alaskan, Christine Cunningham is an author, outdoor columnist for the Anchorage Daily News, and freelance writer. Her work has been featured in Alaska Magazine, Grays Sporting Journal, Sports Afield, and other national publications. Before experiencing and writing about hunting and fishing, Cunningham enjoyed observing and listening to nature on long solitary walks. Now, […]