Kaitlin Vadla


Born and raised on Dena’ina Land in Qałnigi D’nazludt (Clam Gulch), Kaitlin enjoys exploring in and around the Cook Inlet watershed. She hikes her skis up to the last snow patches in July and hunts (both moose and blueberries) on her grandma’s homestead in the fall. Kaitlin received a Bachelor’s in International Relations and Entrepreneurship and a Master’s in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University. She spent a year as a visiting student at Oxford University and earned a Post Graduate Diploma of Science at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand as a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar. Working with Cook Inletkeeper since 2013, Kaitlin is passionate about non-partisan civic engagement, community-level solutions, and art as a tool for social change.

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Kaitlin Valda