Lakota Holman resides in Anchorage, Alaska. She is currently employed as Program Manager in the Behavioral Health & Rural Services Department with the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium’s Division of Community Health Services.
Lakota hails from Bethel, AK. She has lived in the Lower 48 and Alaska since she graduated Bethel Regional High School. Her immediate family in Alaska and South Dakota includes her husband, Jon, parents, Phyllis and Michael and their spouses Orie and Martha, sister Kristin, brother, David and her dog Razzel. She enjoys time out of work baking, running, picking berries and wondering.
Lakota earned a Bachelor of Criminal Justice from Seattle University and a Master of Education for Guidance and Counseling from City University of Seattle. She has worked in the fields of public health, education, and criminal justice. She worked for the Alaska Native Health Consortium between 2003 and 2009, as a Health Promotion/Disease Prevention Manager, Tobacco Policy Coordinator, and Worksite Wellness Research Manager. Between 2009 and 2011, Lakota was employed by the Association of Alaska School Boards with their Alaska Initiative for Community Engagement as a Community Engagement Educator working with and providing training for school staff, administrators, community members, and students statewide. She returned to ANTHC and the Behavioral Health & Rural Services team in August 2011.