Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. is pleased to announce the hiring of their new Executive Director, Amanda Moser.
Amanda comes to Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. having served the Municipality of Anchorage working in areas of elections and serving as the Deputy Municipal Clerk. Through her tenure, she managed and administered all aspects of Anchorage’s municipal elections for 122 precincts. Amanda was a major factor of creating and successfully implementing the Vote by Mail project for Anchorage. Amanda worked for state government where she developed and implemented strategy and messaging for programs with local, state and federal stakeholders. In that time, Amanda planned and organized logistics for Alaska business leaders traveling to Asia for Opportunity Alaska: China Trade Mission, to develop business relationships with Alaska’s largest trade partner.
Amanda brings with her a wealth of volunteerism and community engagement experience including but not limited to: Top Forty Under 40 in Alaska; Parlor in the Round Song Board; Institute of the North; United Way Emerging Leaders Advisory Council; Blood Bank of Alaska, 5-gallon donor to present; Lead North Advisory Council; Engage Anchorage; and Alaska Women’s Giving Circle, and more.
The Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. Board of Directors facilitated a nation-wide search attracting applicants from across the nation. They were pleased to find the most qualified candidate right here in Anchorage.
 “We are thrilled to have found a talented and respected leader with a proven history of involvement in our downtown community. Amanda brings new energy and a collaborative style to our mission of a clean, safe and vital downtown.” – Holly Spoth-Torres, President, Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. Board of Directors
Amanda begins her role as Executive Director on April 29th and will lead Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. and the downtown community forward with vision, leadership and community building for years to come.