Joelle Hall is the President of the Alaska AFL-CIO elected in 2020. She is the first woman to hold the role. Prior to her election, she served as the Alaska AFL-CIO Political Director for 11 years.
Joelle has worked in Alaska politics for nearly 30 years with emphasis on electoral campaigns and advocacy work. She has built and managed large campaigns and community coalitions.
Joelle has a Bachelor’s Degree in Foreign Language from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and in a previous life, Joelle was an interrogator/paratrooper in the US Army and an AFS exchange student to Honduras.
Joelle and her husband Mallie have two grown children and live in Peters Creek, Alaska.