Michael 'Mike' J. Dunleavy
Wife: Rose; 3 Children: Maggie, Catherine, Ceil Ann
- MA, Education, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1986-1991
- BA, History, College Misericordia, 1983
- Governor, State of Alaska, 2018-present
- Candidate, Alaska State Governor, 2018
- Senator, Alaska State Senate, District E, 2012-2018
- Former Chair, Education Committee, Alaska State Senate
- Former Member, Federal Overreach Committee, Alaska State Senate
- Former Member, Finance Committee, Alaska State Senate
- Chair, Governor Sean Parnell's Educational Transition Team
- Former Member, Judiciary Committee, Alaska State Senate
- Former Chair, Subcommittee on Administration, Alaska State Senate
- Former Chair, Subcommittee on Education and Early Development, Alaska State Senate
- Former Chair, Subcommittee on Fish and Game, Alaska State Senate
- Former Member, Subcommittee on Law, Alaska State Senate
- Former Member, Transportation Committee, Alaska State Senate
- Owner/Educational Consultant, Dunleavy Educational Services, 2012-present
- Former Program Manager, Alaska Statewide Mentor Project
- Director, K-12 Outreach, University of Alaska Statewide
- Former Employee, Logging Camp, Prince Wales Island
- Member, Alaska Council of School Administrators
- Member, Alaska Outdoor Council
- Executive Board Member, Association of Alaska School Boards
- Former Participant, Iditarod
- Member, National Rifle Association
- Member, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Wasilla
- President, School Board, Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District
Hobbies or Special Talents:
Alaska Family, Volunteering, Rafting, Snowmachining, Fishing, Camping, Hiking, Hunting, Horses/mules, dogs.
Mike Dunleavy (Republican) is the Governor of Alaska. Dunleavy was elected to the office on November 6, 2018.
Before his election as governor, Dunleavy served in the state senate, resigining on January 8, 2018, to focus on his gubernatorial campaign.
He was first elected to the state senate in 2012 representing District D after unseating incumbent Linda Menard (R) in the Republican primary. In the 2014, redistricting moved Dunleavy to District E, where he remained for the rest of his legislative career.