PUBLISHED: 5:51 PM on Wednesday, March 30, 2005
Women of Consequence: Andrea Doll

Andrea is a very active woman that makes a positive difference in the lives of others. She is married to Bob Doll and is the mother of four children. She has a masters degree in American Studies from the University of Maryland. Andrea has been involved in many activities and organizations in Juneau including: substitute teaching at Johnson Youth Center, Coordinator for SE Senior Services, serving on various boards and commissions (SE Alaska Land Trust and Human Rights Commission, Friends of Alaska State Museum [Past Chair], Greater Juneau Democrats [Present Chair]), and being a working member of various organizations (League of women Voters [Kids Vote], Alaska Native Sisterhood, Camp 2, Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Juneau People for Peace and Justice, and Sierra Club).

Doll is also co-organizer (along with Barbara Belknap) of "Hearing Women's Voices" rallies and forums that started in Juneau last fall. These gatherings have brought together women (and a few men) of various races, ethnicities, and ages to dialogue on a myriad of issues such as education, health, childcare, abuse, racism, self-esteem, social services, employment, poverty, affordable housing, environment, peace, to name a few.