Rachel Bylsma joins oil and gas association


The Alaska Oil and Gas Association has hired Rachel Bylsma as the organization’s external affairs manager.

Bylsma recently served as the director of constituent services for U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan, a role she maintained since the senator was first elected more than six years ago. Prior to that, she was a senior policy advisor to Gov. Sean Parnell.

Born and raised in Alaska, she is a graduate of Dimond High School. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from George Fox University and earned her Master of Arts degree in public policy from Liberty University while working full-time for Sen. Sullivan.

“It was great to have Rachel on my team and to see her passionate advocacy on behalf of Alaskans. I know she will bring the same tenacity and dedication she exhibited in my office to the Alaska Oil and Gas Association, and I wish her the best,” Sullivan said in a statement.

“We are extremely excited to work with Rachel,” said Kara Moriarty, AOGA President/CEO. “She is a consummate professional and has a strong work ethic. We look forward to putting her skills to work advocating for the long-term viability of the oil and gas industry in Alaska.”

Bylsma will be responsible for the organization’s public relations, government affairs, and event management.

AOGA is a professional trade association whose mission is to foster the long-term viability of the oil and gas industry in Alaska for the benefit of all Alaskans.


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