Swoop is an Alaskan-owned company that makes bras, underwear, and loungewear for busy women with active lifestyles.
Bobby Sheldon built a car from scraps in 1905 while he was living in Skagway, it was the first car in Alaska and is still on display.
Chris Pollack and his wife Amelia are free divers who live in Seldovia and are on a mission to share their passion for the sport.
The Skipper Science app enables Alaskan commercial fishermen to document abnormalities they notice while working on the water.
Bambino’s Baby Food is an Alaskan-owned business that manufactures baby food using local ingredients, including sockeye salmon.
Net Your Problem collects old plastic fishing nets and sends them to recycling centers that turn the nets into plastic pellets.
The Alaska Coastal Mapping Initiative is on a mission to create a seamless modern map of the Alaska coast by 2030.
The Women’s Power League of Alaska is a nonprofit that aims to empower women through mentorship, professional development, and community.
Anne Sears was the first Alaska Native woman to serve as a trooper and at the time of her retirement was still the only Alaska Native female in the force.