New Board Member Appointed
JPS
The Oregon Senate has confirmed Governor Kitzhaber's nomination of Jeremiah Stromberg to fill the opening on the Board created by Darcey Baker's resignation to take a position within the Department of Corrections. Mr. Stromberg brings more than 16 years experience in the public safety field to the Board. His career began as an educational tutor for at-risk and developmentally delayed children. From there, he oversaw a group home for adolescent boys involved in the criminal justice system. In 1997, Mr. Stromberg joined the Multnomah County Department of Community Justice, rising to the rank of Manager. During his tenure with MCDCJ, Mr. Stromberg supervised the general crimes team in the east field office, the Inter-Change Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center, the Local Control and Pre-Sentence Investigation unit, and the domestic violence supervision unit. He is a also former Executive Director of the Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision. Mr. Stromberg holds bachelor's degrees from Cal State-Fullerton University and Pacific Christian College.