Alyssa London, an Alaska Native Tlingit tribal member, loves sharing the stories and art of her background with the world. She enjoys advocating the importance of honoring multi-cultural identities. This provides a foundation for her as an Executive Coach, Producer, Speaker and Workshop Facilitator.
After graduating from Stanford University in 2012, Alyssa has had a unique path that has led to speaking on stages from Microsoft to Miss USA. She is the first Tlingit Miss Alaska USA, and the only woman from Alaska to place as a finalist at the National competition in the last 30 years. Alyssa's entrepreneurial spirit, and passion for her culture and heritage comes through in her work. She enjoys helping others by offering a rare perspective and insight that is a product of her experiences. Read further about Alyssa.
Her mission is to increase awareness and understanding of unique cultures around the world. She does this through story telling and coaching others. In doing, she helps develop greater acceptance and understanding between communities and also confidence within individual people.
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As creator/producer of the Culture Story television series Alyssa London is able to express her vision as a cultural content maker. Her work is broadcast nationally on the PBS affiliated channel FNX – First Nations Experience, with a broadcast reach surpassing 65 Million households across the country. She is currently producing new episodes of Culture Story that highlight the history of participating tribal nations, communities and community members with a showcase on where they are today. These episode will premiere on FNX's fall line up 2020.
Featured communities include: Navajo Nation, Crow Nation, Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, Tsimshian Nation, Fernandeño Tataviam Amarin, Chumash, Tongva, Tigua, Maya, Hopi, and more.Learn more