Amanda K. Moser
Amanda graduated Cum Laude from the University of North Texas in 2005 with a B.S. in Anthropology and Communications. Amanda worked as Communications Director for the Office of the Governor where she developed and implemented strategy and messaging for priority initiatives. Previously, Amanda served as Deputy Municipal Clerk for the Municipality of Anchorage, in that capacity she managed Municipal Elections and collaborated with a team of stakeholders to lead Anchorage’s transition Vote by Mail. Amanda brings with her a wealth of volunteerism and community engagement experience, currently serving as a producer for Parlor in the Round. In 2015, she was recognized as one of Alaska’s Top 40 Under 40. Amanda, a passionate community builder, brings with her unique qualifications to lead and grow Anchorage Downtown Partnership and the downtown community.
Contact Amanda: email@example.com
Operations Director (Clean & Safe)
Eileen Tauono is originally from American Samoa, but grew up in Anchorage. Graduate of Wasilla High School and the Military Youth Academy Eileen worked as a deckhand on boats and with fisheries before joining Anchorage Downtown Partnership Ltd. (ADP). Eileen was drawn to ADP for the incredible value it adds to the community she wants to raise her three kids in. She’s seen first-hand the amount of work and responsibility each Ambassador takes on and the impact it has in the Downtown Improvement District. During her free time Eileen enjoys taking the family camping and fishing. Her future plans involve a move with her family to New Zealand to study and play rugby at the University of Auckland.
Contact Eileen: Etauono@anchoragedowntown.org
Marketing & Communications Director
Events & Development Director
Jordan Lane was born and raised in Anchorage Alaska. She graduated from Gonzaga University in 2019 with a Bachelors of Arts in public relations. Since returning home Jordan has worked on an ambulance as an Emergency Medical Technician serving the community and those in need. Jordan has a strong passion for planning weddings and has enjoyed being part of over 50 weddings in the past five years. She is excited to broaden her scope and plan events that will benefit the downtown area. In her free time Jordan enjoys spending time outside in the mountains, skiing, hiking and biking. She has a strong passion for travel and adventure having living in South America, Asia and Europe. Jordan is excited to have the opportunity to work in Anchorages growing and vibrant downtown area.
Contact Jordan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marketing & Communications Director
Safety and Maintenance Ambassadors
As the “eyes and ears” of Downtown, Safety Ambassadors (SAs) serve and assist local businesses and our thousands of visitors as they patrol the streets.
Safety Ambassadors provide a helping hand by assisting emergency services personnel with traffic accidents, intervening with youth at risk, and by providing helpful directions.
Working closely with Anchorage Police and other emergency response services, the Safety Ambassadors have become a vital part of making downtown Anchorage a better – and safer – place.
The Maintenance Team provides supplemental services for downtown Anchorage within the approximately 126 blocks of the DID. You can see them on the street picking up trash, responding to graffiti, or at one of the many events that take place throughout downtown.
Maintenance Ambassadors provide services designed to:
- Maintain a clean, attractive and orderly downtown.
- Ensure downtown Anchorage as the best place to live, work, shop, and play.
- Provide assistance for public space maintenance issues.
- Serve as Ambassadors of downtown for visitors, residents, businesses, and property owners.
- Partner with public entities in enhancing our community-based quality of life.
Maintenance Ambassadors are easily recognizable in their orange work wear and work 7 days a week to enhance cleanliness and aid in snow removal within the DID. The entire DID is cleaned daily on foot, or with various maintenance equipment, including trucks, RTVs, tractors, Sweepsters, Honda four-wheelers, and numerous other walk-behind sweepers, snowblowers and vacuums.
Maintenance Ambassadors also utilize Community Work Service workers to maximize both perceptions of and actual cleaning in the DID. In addition, a partnership with the Veterans’ Industries and Assets, Inc. allows Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. to reintegrate veterans into the work force, and to provide an avenue for Alaskans with disabilities to solve their employment needs and live independently.