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Commissioner's Office

Commissioner Julie Anderson

Commissioner Julie Anderson has experience in both private and public sectors with a diverse background in most of the core sectors in Alaska. Increasing the strength of the economy and putting Alaskans to work is a high priority. The State of Alaska is indeed Open for Business and she encourages both new and existing industries to take advantage of Alaska’s competitive advantages and grow their business here. Commissioner Anderson holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business with an emphasis in International Management from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, and an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.

Deputy Commissioner Amy Demboski

Deputy Commissioner Demboski has extensive experience in business development and management in Alaska’s healthcare sector, as well as a long track record of community and government relations. She served on the Anchorage Assembly prior to her role as Deputy Chief of Staff to Governor Dunleavy, and now as Deputy Commissioner. Deputy Commissioner Demboski holds a Master of Business Administration focused in Finance, Master of Public Administration, and Graduate Certifications in Public Administration and Environmental Management from Columbia Southern University, as well as Bachelor degrees in Justice and History from the University of Alaska, Anchorage.

Commissioner's Office Contacts

Julie Anderson, Commissioner
Amy Demboski, Deputy Commissioner
Glenn Hoskinson, Special Assistant (Legislative Liaison and Public Information Officer)
Keith Comstock, Director of International Trade and Development
Victoria McCleskey, Executive Assistant

Commissioner's Office Contact Information

Phone: (907) 465-2500
Email: dcced.commissioner@alaska.gov