The Oregon Investment Board is a seven member volunteer board appointed by the Governor of Oregon. The board is charged with policy direction, funding criteria and funding decisions. There are two members each appointed from Multnomah, Hood River and Wasco counties and one at-large member. The Board also works with their partners in Washington—Washington Investment Board—through the Bi-State Advisory Council.
We have an opening for a board member representing Multnomah County. Submit Interest Form, Resume and Statement of interest to email@example.com.
Hood River County
Term ends: August 1, 2019
Jack has been in small business for more than 35 years including contracting/construction, precious metals brokering and currently owns an Investment Advisory business. He enjoys volunteering time and energy when there is a direct positive impact on the community. “Small business and job creation through such is the essences of community.” Jack lives in Hood River with his wife Renee and daughter Poppy.
Hood River County
Term ends: June 21, 2021
John has over 22 years of banking experience. John was born and raised in Oregon. John’s specialty is agricultural and commercial lending. John is very active in the community including; past President of the Hood River County Chamber of Commerce, Columbia Gorge Fruit Growers Association, Hood River Rotary Club and many other community associations and events.
At Large Member
Term ends: September 6, 2022
Craig has been a Commercial Lender in The Gorge for over 11 years. His expertise is in Business and Commercial Real Estate lending. Prior to banking, Craig was a Commercial Real Estate Appraiser in the Mid-West. His previous community involvement includes: Board Chair for Hood River County Chamber of Commerce, Hood River School District Budget Committee, Emergency Foster Care for The Next Door, and many volunteer hours to organizations and events that strengthen the community. Craig lives in Hood River with his wife Randee and daughter Raleigh.
Term ends: August 22, 2019
Tammy represents Multnomah County business interests on the Board. She is an investor, analyst, and advisor. As a portfolio manager and banking professional, she has over 20 years of credit analysis, asset management, equity research, loan workout, distressed investing, and structured finance experience. Ms. Miller is Founder and Managing Partner of Eight Bridges Capital Management, a boutique asset management firm with a long/short equity fund. Previously, she was a Portfolio Manager for mutual funds, several separately managed accounts, long/short equity funds, and loan funds. She has extensive corporate and commercial loan underwriting and CLO experience and served on the Creditor Committee in large corporate bankruptcy proceedings while managing the workout of a number of the largest bankruptcies in US history. She is also a Co-Owner and Board Member of Cerulean Wine, a Columbia Gorge winery.
Term ends: November 15, 2019
Jill is currently the Assessor/Tax Collector for Wasco County. Her previous 30 years has provided a unique expertise with municipal and county governments, private industry and small business ownership. Her experience in finance, appraisal and community development has been applied across this broad spectrum throughout a seven county region in the Columbia River Gorge of Washington and Oregon. As a developer for a nonprofit housing agency and a fee appraiser, working in each of these seven counties has given her a perspective into the economies of each of these unique and diverse communities. Jill is passionate about this special place she has called home for over 30 years that allows her to live, work and play in The Gorge.
Term ends: December 31, 2021
Jorge Barragan is the owner of Casa El Mirador, located in The Dalles. In the past, Jorge has served as President of The Dalles Chamber of Commerce and as a board member for Mid-Columbia Medical Center. Jorge currently is a member of his church’s finance committee.
Term ends: August 22, 2019
John Southgate has decades of experience in planning and development in the Portland region, the State of Oregon, and nationally; with a strong focus on public-private partnerships and urban infill.John has worked with cities, private developers, educational institutions and others, building a deep and extensive network of relationships with elected officials, funding entities and the development community. He has managed a number of successful projects and policy initiatives which help to define the Portland region’s reputation as a national leader in urban redevelopment. John’s efforts are strongly aligned with the region’s growth objectives and individual cities’ aspirations related to higher density mixed use centers characterized by pedestrian vitality and transit supportiveness.