Cheryl Frasca named Bronson’s director of Office of Management, Budget


Today, Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson selected Cheryl Frasca as the director of the Office of Management and Budget. 

Through her 47-year career working for U.S. Congress, governors, mayors, and state legislators of different parties, Frasca has honed extensive skills dealing with state and city budgets and public administration. 

Frasca was previously the OMB director for the Municipality of Anchorage from 2000 to 2002, and 2009 to 2012, and served in the same role for the State of Alaska from 2002 to 2006. She has also worked in the private sector dealing with government relations, fiscal policies, and policy analysis issues.

“Cheryl is one of the top financial minds in the entire state of Alaska,” said Mayor Dave Bronson. “I am elated that she has agreed to once again serve the people of Anchorage as we work together to help our great city prosper.”

Frasca has a bachelor of political science from California State University Hayward and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Alaska Southeast. 


  1. She is a CPA right? License on the line and all that? We need more of those guys at the city if they will work there. We want a strong crew of CPA’s who live in the city if we want things better. One CPA can be a lonely experience in some organizations. The more people who care about the city the better. The too much on the agenda-ites may need to turn a corner.

  2. I agree Frasca is a great choice. I just don’t know if she brings a CPA credential. Nothing takes the place of that in my opinion. And I believe we need several CPAs to keep left-leaning assembly members from consequential California-type directions.

  3. And, the Assembly will claim she is not qualified, or the Mayor does not have the authority to appoint her in three…. two… … NOW!

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