About Mike

Mike Dunleavy was born in 1961 to working class parents in the Rust Belt city of Scranton, Pennsylvania.  His father was employed as a mailman, and his mother as a secretary.  Together, they instilled in Mike and his three siblings a strong work ethic, a love of family, and a commitment to doing the right thing even when it’s difficult; especially when it’s difficult.

About Mike

Mike Dunleavy was born in 1961 to working class parents in the Rust Belt city of Scranton, Pennsylvania.  His father was employed as a mailman, and his mother as a secretary.  Together, they instilled in Mike and his three siblings a strong work ethic, a love of family, and a commitment to doing the right thing even when it’s difficult.

His Dream

Like many earlier generations of Alaskans, Mike journeyed north looking for opportunity. He arrived in Southeast Alaska in 1983 and took a job at a logging camp on Prince of Wales Island. Mike then pursued his dream of becoming an teacher. He earned his teacher’s certificate, and later a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

His Dream

Like many earlier generations of Alaskans, Mike journeyed north looking for opportunity. He arrived in Southeast Alaska in 1983 and took a job at a logging operation on Prince of Wales Island. Mike then pursued his dream of becoming an educator. He earned his teacher’s certificate, and later a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

His Family

He spent nearly two decades in northwest Arctic communities working as a teacher, principal, and superintendent. Mike’s wife Rose is from the Kobuk River Valley community of Noorvik. Mike and Rose have three children – Maggie, Catherine, and Ceil – who were raised in both rural and urban Alaska.

His Family

He spent nearly two decades in northwest Arctic communities working as a teacher, principal, and superintendent. Mike’s wife Rose is from the Kobuk River Valley community of Noorvik. Mike and Rose have three children – Maggie, Catherine, and Ceil – who were raised in both rural and urban Alaska.

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