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Who We Are

Our Staff

 

Tiffany Hall
Executive Director

Tiffany was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. After graduating from Bartlett High School, she explored the country for 12 years and returned to Alaska in 2012. She comes to Recover Alaska with a bachelor’s in classics from Pomona College, a master’s in public administration from the University of Oregon, and 10 years of experience in the nonprofit sector in fundraising, program development, public relations, and government affairs.

She serves on the board of the U.S. Alcohol Policy Alliance, and is an alumna of both Leadership Anchorage and Catalyst for Nonprofit Excellence. Tiffany has been recognized as one of Alaska’s 2016 Top 40 Under 40, University of Oregon’s 2019 Distinguished Recent Alumna, and Grantmakers in Health 2021 recipient of the Andy Hyman Award for Advocacy.

Tiffany loves to spend time with her family and friends, especially her daughter Margaret, and is grateful to live on the land of the Dena’ina people. Her personal story of recovery can be seen in Recover Alaska’s 
Day 001 video series.

Contact Tiffany at 907-249-6644 or at thall@recoveralaska.org.

Jessica Limbird
Program Manager

Jess is originally from Nashville, Tennessee and made her way to Alaska permanently in 2007, by way of Olympia, Washington, where she studied liberal arts at the Evergreen State College. With a penchant for social justice and a lifelong love of the natural world, Alaska has been home for just over a decade now. In 2009, she took a position with Anchorage School District’s Title VI/ Indian Education program, where she advocated for Alaska Native and Native American families and students, working with grant initiative Project Ki’L as well. Her work with Title VI/ Indian Education won her a Denali Award in 2011.

With a keen awareness of the inefficiencies of people-serving systems, and a strong desire to create change, Jess pursued a Master’s of Arts in Education degree through Goddard College, based in Vermont. She brought those same values to her work at YWCA Alaska as a Youth Empowerment Manager. Her work continues with Recover Alaska, where she manages programs, including Education and Prevention.

Jess is mother to a precocious nine-year-old son. Jess and her son enjoy fishing, visiting relatives, and adventuring. They are also the proud owners of three wonderful cats.

 

Membership

Governance Council:

Adam Crum

Department of Health and Social Services, State of Alaska

APRIL KYLE

Chair, Southcentral Foundation

DIANE KAPLAN

Past Chair, Rasmuson Foundation

ELIZABETH RIPLEY

Mat-Su Health Foundation

JEFF JESSEE

University of Alaska Anchorage

KATHERINE GOTTLIEB

Chair, Southcentral Foundation

MIKE ABBOTT

Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority

Preston Simmons

Providence Alaska

Operations Council:

ANDREW AQUINO

University of Alaska Fairbanks

ANGELA COX

Rasmuson Foundation

FARINA BROWN

State of Alaska, Health and Social Services

JEFF JESSEE

University of Alaska Anchorage

KATIE BALDWIN-JOHNSON

Alaska Mental Health Trust

LANCE JOHNSON

Norton Sound Health Corporation

Michelle Baker

Southcentral Foundation

PHILIP LICHT

Set Free Alaska

RAY MICHAELSON

Mat-Su Health Foundation

RENEE RAFFERTY

Providence Alaska

TIFFANY HALL

Recover Alaska

TINA WOODS

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

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