Staff Contacts Information
Nicole Endsley fell in love with Alaska when she taught English in Bering Strait and Delta Greely School Districts. In her free time Nicole enjoys reading, writing and photography. Nicole recently received her Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Alaska Southeast.
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Kristine Gaffaney has been with the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development since 2010. Kristine and her family moved to Juneau in 2009. Kristine enjoys the opportunities she has to travel to school districts within the state and learn about all the programs and services being offered to Alaskan children.
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Amanda Mosher joined the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development in 2013 after graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics from the University of Alaska Southeast. Much of Amanda’s spare time is spent keeping her two-year old springer spaniel from destroying her garden by uprooting the vegetables and helping herself to the strawberries. Amanda is excited to be working with the Migrant Education Program and seeing its impact on student achievement.
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Jannessa Luerra came to the Migrant Education Program in June 2005. Jannessa has two sons, Keleolani & Alexavian, who take up much of her time and attention. In addition to taking classes, kids’ activities, and direct selling, Jannessa enjoys staying busy. She is happy to have been a part of the Migrant Team for so long.
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Lake & Peninsula