Alice Qannik Glenn is an Iñupiaq born and raised in Utqiaġvik, Alaska. She hosts and produces her own podcast show called Coffee & Quaq to celebrate and explore contemporary Native life in urban Alaska. Her episodes have played on KRFF 89.1 FM Voice of Denali, KONR-LP Out North Radio, and KRBD 105.3 FM, and KTOO, and her work has been featured in Alaska Magazine, Anchorage Daily News, AK Humanities FORUM Magazine, CBC Unreserved Radio, and more. She currently serves on the board of Alaska Native Media Group, Women's Power League of AK, the Library Advisory Board and is one-third of Native Time, a collaborative media platform that highlights the real Alaskan experience through multi-media productions.
In 2021, she was nominated by the Pulitzer Center for the Robert F. Kennedy journalism award in radio and earned a first place Columbia Journalism Review’s Covering Climate Now award for the special Coffee & Quaq series "AK Natives on the Front Line" which highlights the adaptability and resilience of Iñupiat in the face of climate change.
She received her bachelor’s degree in aerospace studies from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 2014. Alice enjoys diversifying her career path and is passionate about providing accurate and authentic Alaska Native representation in media.