Rebecca Logan has a long resume of leadership in the Anchorage community. Prior to working for the Alliance, Logan served as President of Associated Builders and Contractors of Alaska. Logan also owned and operated restaurants in the Anchorage area for 10 years.
She has served two terms on the Chugach Electric Association Board of Directors, leading the board as chairman for two terms. Logan chaired the Joint Rail belt Utility Task Force that created the new generation and transmission co-op that includes 5 of the 6 rail belt utilities.
External Affairs Coordinator
Owen Phillips was born and raised on the Kenai Peninsula. After earning his BA in chemistry from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR, he returned to Anchorage to help with the expansion at the Anchorage Museum before moving to Juneau to work as a legislative aide for the 2017 session.
He then traveled across the country, taking part in the Community Engagement of Science Through Art program at WVU prior to furthering his chemical education at Georgetown University. Missing the Last Frontier, Mr. Phillips returned home to serve as the Kenai Peninsula regional coordinator for the Stand for Alaska—No on 1 campaign.