Stable homes are the foundation of good lives, resilient families and strong communities – what better work is there to do?
Fun fact – I love to play music.
I believe housing is a human right. Affordable housing is the protection of this human right.
Fun fact – I started buying my own Lego sets when I started buying them for my kids because Legos are fun!
Housing is a basic human right and a building block to improving other human rights.
Fun fact – I worked in the finance department of the Oakland A’s during the time depicted in Moneyball.
I am passionate about helping those in need.
Fun fact – I love to draw, and I admire all sorts of art.
Having a home is fundamental, something everyone has a right to. Keeping people housed, resourced and secure is why I do this work.
Fun fact – I did the Peace Corps in Uganda.
Community building and advocating for marginalized communities is what it’s all about!
Fun fact – I write poetry/prose and compose songs in my spare time.
Safe and secure housing is a human right that we all deserve. A safe place to live is the foundation to ensuring that all other needs are met.
Fun fact – I love being creative and making messes with arts and crafts!
I am passionate about community building and preventing social isolation – making sure our residents Thrive in Place!
Fun fact – I belong to a Hacky Sack Club called FLOP – Footbag Lovers of Portland!
Accessible, secure, resourced housing is key to the stability and resiliency of families and youth.
Fun fact – I lived in North Africas when I was young and I would love to live overseas again someday!
I do this work to enhance human well-being and help meet the basic and complex needs of all people.
Fun fact – I spent one month backpacking through Spain.
Quality, affordable housing is a keystone toward building healthy, thriving communities. Everyone deserves a place to call home.
Fun fact – Writing and hiking are my passions!
I love that our housing will help make someone’s life better, and maybe even a bit easier.
Fun fact – I rode a cow on a dare. Two surgeries later, that was the most expensive life lesson I’ve had.
Housing is a human right and a matter of national security. It is a privilege to advance community, security and peace.
Fun fact – I first studied music performance at Berklee College of Music.
Safe and healthy housing is a human right, and key to achieving economic and racial justice.
Fun fact – I love to spend time hiking, snowshoeing, and skiing in our state’s forests.
Housing is a basic human need and everyone deserves a place to call home.
Fun fact – I once went skydiving to cure my fear of heights.