Ian Miner is the Council’s new Office Assistant II. He was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska and is currently finishing a two year commitment with the Tapestry Program at UAA. Ian is a graduate of Service High School.
Prior to joining the Council, Ian worked at the Center for Human Development as a front desk receptionist. He has an eye for detail and enjoys meeting new people.
Ian enjoys biking, downhill skiing, reading sci-fi novels, and going to his family cabin in the winter. Also, Ian is a fraternal twin with his sister, Robin. He has an older sister, Emily, who is a legal assistant, living in Washington. His father teaches fifth grade and his mother is a retired civil engineer with the National Park Service