Alane V. Breland
MISS Foundation Executive Board Member
Alane Breland is the Chief Prosecutor for the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, and also serves as a Special Assistant United States Attorney for the United States Attorney’s Office, District of Arizona. Before becoming Chief Prosecutor, she served the Community as a Guardian ad Litem in the Legal Services Office, and as a Deputy Prosecutor and Assistant Chief Prosecutor, during which time she primarily prosecuted cases involving domestic violence and child abuse and neglect. After prosecuting the first child death case of her career, she sought out the MISS Foundation as a volunteer, both to process that experience and to honor the memory of the children who had died. She has been a dedicated member of the MISS Foundation Board of Directors since 2012. Alane went to law school at the University of Alabama, receiving the Bench and Bar Outstanding Senior Award and the Dean Thomas W. Christopher Award. She is a cum laude graduate of the University of Alabama, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature. Alane is a devoted college football fan (ROLL TIDE!), an avid reader, a needlework novice, and a weekend baker, and full-time personal assistant for her two dogs, Scout and Boo.