Hi, I’m Janice—you know me.

Janice Park and her family.

Janice Park with her family.

Janice Park with her family.

Janice Park in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Janice Lynn Park, the daughter of a Marine, grew up in Southern California within a mile of Disneyland. Her first of many union jobs was as telephone operator for Pacific Bell.


As a young single mom of a four day old baby and a 4-year old, she began attending University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing to earn her BS; then attended Cal State Northridge in the Public health education graduate program.


In 1992 she started a new life in Anchorage, Alaska, joining her future husband where he had found work doing water treatment on the North Slope. She took nine days pulling a trailer to drive the Alaska Highway—just herself, a small child and a cat.


The couple started a contracting business, Alaska Water Systems, supplying North Slope drillers, villages, carwashes, and hospitals with commercial water treatment.


Janice also owned a retail water store on 5th Avenue, in the front of Alaska Laser Wash, from 1999 to 2008 serving residential customers. If you have a water treatment system in district M, she may have even delivered supplies or changed the filters in your home.


When her marriage ended in divorce, Janice was compelled to research and argue her property settlement in the Alaska Supreme Court for over two years while attending the UAA Paralegal program. She won her case, establishing precedent for property distribution protection for other Alaskan women.

Janice has a son and three daughters and loves spending time with her grandchildren. She is now semi retired, working as a contract paralegal and lives with her son and two labradors in her South Anchorage home of seventeen years.

With a track record as a hard worker and a fighter, she will fight for you—to protect the Permanent Fund Dividend, to fund education, and to bring Alaska new jobs for a bright economic future.

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In San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Visiting one of Alaska's historic Totems.

Alaska Women for Political Action

Anchorage Central Labor Council, AFL/CIO


Alaska Public Employees Association-AFT, EPIC

Anchorage IBEW Local 1547

Planned Parenthood Northwest and Hawaii


US Senator Mark Begich

Alaska State Senator Tom Begich

Alaska State Senator Patrick Rodey

Alaska State Senator Johnny Ellis

Alaska State Senator Berta Gartner


Favorable score of 13 from Alaska Climate Action Network