Vote Woll this Fall!

(Woll is pronounced like ''Wall'')

I am so proud to call Juneau my home. I’ve lived my whole life on the ocean, settling in Alaska’s capital city in 2012. A scientist by training through the University of Alaska Fairbanks, I’ve studied fisheries from the coast of Maine to Bristol Bay, and throughout Southeast Alaska.

Since 2012, I’ve worked for The Nature Conservancy as a program director - I collaborate with Southeast communities to manage lands and waters for jobs with social, economic, and conservation benefits. I am also invested in working on local issues - I serve on the Juneau Commission on Sustainability and I chair the Blueprint Downtown steering committee.

Rain or shine, you might see me fishing for salmon from my rowboat; running mountain ridges with my husband Peter; tending my community garden plot; or playing hockey at Douglas’s Treadwell Arena.

Setting crab pots in Fritz Cove

Remember to vote by October 6th

Paid for by Christine Woll for Assembly
1300 Mendenhall Peninsula Rd, Juneau, AK, 99801