About Us

Bonny SosaHealthy Futures is the signature program of the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. The goal is simple: empower Alaska’s youth to build the habit of daily physical activity.  The two core elements of the program are the Healthy Futures activity log (to develop the habit of daily physical activity) and event support (to increase youth attendance at community recreational events).

Over 20,000 Alaskan youth from over 200 elementary schools statewide participate in the Healthy Futures Challenge. We are in the beginning stages of developing our middle school program.  Over 100 events statewide receive support from Healthy Futures.

Healthy Futures was founded in 2003 by the late Bonny Sosa Young and her husband Sam Young, two parents concerned with the growing obesity epidemic in Alaska.

Healthy Futures is Hiring!

Job Responsibilities:  The Healthy Futures Program Coordinator is responsible for managing aspects of the day-to-day activities of the Healthy Futures programs. 

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree preferred. Strong written and verbal communication skills.  Proficiency in Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Website maintenance skills preferred. Must be able to work independently, meet deadlines without supervision, and be able to participate in occasional meetings and events outside of normal business hours. Must have the ability to travel to various events and locations regularly and in a timely manner.

Contact Harlow Robinson at harlow@alaskasportshall.org to inquire.

For the full job description, click HERE.