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2007 The American Community Survey and Alaska Natives

Author Ashley E. Anderson, who is Tlingit and Aleut, was a 2007 Summer Intern of First Alaskans Institute. She is very grateful for her opportunity to be a part of the Institute’s program this past summer, and credits her internship for some of the most meaningful experiences of her academic career. This upcoming legislative session, Anderson will be interning in the office of Senator Albert Kookesh as part of University of Alaska’s Legislative Internship Program.

Anderson is currently in her fourth year at the University of Alaska Southeast, after spending the last year on exchange to Humboldt State University in California. She is majoring in Political Science with secondary emphases in Anthropology and Economics, and a minor in Professional Communications.

Anderson was born in Anchorage, Alaska, to Melanie Millhorn and Patrick Anderson. She has lived the majority of her life between the towns of Anchorage and Juneau, and graduated from Juneau-Douglas High School in 2004. Her personal interests include her family, photography and printing, cooking, reading, and Alaska.

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