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Members: Housing Stability Council
About the Council Membership
The Housing Stability Council consists of nine members appointed by the Governor, subject to confirmation by the Senate under ORS 171.562 and 171.565. The term of office of each member is four years, but a member serves at the pleasure of the Governor. Before the expiration of the term of a member, the Governor shall appoint a successor whose term begins on July 1 next following. A member is eligible for reappointment. If there is a vacancy for any cause, the Governor shall make an appointment to be immediately effective for the unexpired term.

Aubre Dickson, Council Chair
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Aubre Dickson

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Au​bre Dickson, a native Oregonian, is Vice President of Community Development Lending with Key Bank. In his previous position, he worked as an Acquisitions Officer with the National Equity Fund, Inc., a national nonprofit low-income housing tax credit syndicator based in Chicago, IL. In 2005, he was employed by Oregon-based Homestead Capital, which was later acquired by NEF in September 2010. Before joining Homestead Capital, he was a commercial real estate lender for a Southwest Washington community bank, and prior to that, he was an Assistant Relationship Manager at U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation.

Mr. Dickson serves on boards for Black Parent Initiative, Inc., the Housing Development Center, the Portland Housing Center, and Portland State University Alumni Association. He also serves on an advisory committee for Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest and on the Portland African American Leadership Forum (PAALF) Housing & Economic Development committee and is an Area Director and Chapter President of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.'s Western Region and Omicron Theta Sigma Chapter.

He earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Finance & Management from Portland State University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.

Mr. Dickson's term will expire on June 30, 2017.
Please Note: Mr. Dickson will serve until reappointed or a successor is appointed by the Governor. 

 
Tammy Baney
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Tammy Baney
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Tammy Baney has served as a Deschutes County Commissioner since 2007, serving as Chair in 2009.

Ms. Baney's government experience also includes elected chair of the Deschutes County Commission on Children & Families; appointed member of the Oregon Commission on Children & Families Budget Committee; served on the local Public Safety Coordinating Council; and the Family Law Advisory Committee.

A dedicated community member, she has volunteered with many non-profit organizations; served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA); Foster Parent; Habitat for Humanity Board Member; Founding Member of Family Access Network Foundation; Co-Founder of the Deschutes County Meth Action Coalition; and served as Chair of the Deschutes County Commission on Children & Families.

Ms. Baney  currently serves as vice chair of the Accountable & Behavioral Health Board; member of the Oregon Immunization School/Facility Law Advisory Committee; vice chair of the Association of Oregon Counties Health and Human Services Committee; NeighborImpact Board member; Chair, NeighborImpact Emergency Services Committee; Chair, Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition; Chair, 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness; Local Public Safety Coordinating Council member; Ex-officio, Family Access Network Foundation Board; Public Health Advisory Board Liaison; Mental Health Addictions Advisory Board Liaison; KIDS Center Advisory Board; and serves on the Volunteers in Medicine Board.

She attended Central Oregon Community College, Center for Professional Studies (Real Estate), and the University of Phoenix. She has a background in small business management and real estate sales.

Ms. Baney's term expires on June 30, 2018.


 
Michael C. Fieldman
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Michael C. Fieldman
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Mike Fieldman has been the Executive Director of the Community Action Network in Roseburg, Oregon, since 1999. 
 
Mr. Fieldma n has over 35 years of experience in all phases of operations and administration of complex nonprofit and governmental social service organizations.  He has overseen an extensive number of program areas, including Home Weatherization; Fuel Assistance; Affordable Housing Development and Management; Drug and Alcohol and Community Mental Health Outpatient services; D & A prevention programs; Homeless and Case Management services; Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault services, including shelter services, Family Planning Clinic, HOME TBA, Section 8 Rental Vouchers, CACFP, Head Start, VISTA, AmeriCorps and RSVP programs; Food Bank services; Medicaid and Public Transportation Developmental Disabilities services; Senior In-home Care Assessment services;  Food Stamp Outreach; Women in Transition program; job training programs; and information and referral services.  
 
He currently serves as a member of the State Commission on Volunteerism and Service for Oregon Volunteers; is a member of the Roseburg, Oregon Optimist Club; a member and chair of the Douglas County Mental Health Advisory Board; serves on the board of directors of Battered Persons Advocacy the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault program for Douglas County; and is active in the Presbyterian Church of Roseburg, Oregon.
 
Mr. Fieldman earned his master's degree in Public Administration from Montana State University, receiving an Outstanding MPA Graduate Award.
 
Mr. Fieldman's term will expire on June 30, 2018.

 
Anna Geller
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Anna Geller

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​Ms. Geller is the founder and majority shareholder of Geller Silvis & Associates, Inc (GSA) and has led the firm as President for the past 24 yeras. 

From 1993 to 2017 GSA has assisted more than 50 non-profit organizations and government agencies in the planning and development of more than 3,100 affordable housing developments located all over the state of Oregon. From 1986 to 1990, she was Vice President and Manager of Income Property Lending at Vancouver Federal Savings Bank. There she developed products, policies and procedures for commercial construction lending in Oregon, Washington and California. In 2008, Ms. Geller was appointed by the Washington County Commissioners to serve a four year term on its Children & Families Commission. She also served for several years on the Board of Directors for Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon. She presently serves on the Board of the Oregon Equity Alliance, the Oregon Progressive Alliance, and the Clackamas Service Center.

Within GSA's portfolio Ms. Geller founded, in partnership with the North Clackamas School District, the Summer Food and Fun Program, providing hundreds of summer meals to children, in the community in which GSA is headquartered.  She also helped establish, together with the Oregon Food Bank and other partners, the summer Harvest Share Program, ensuring access to fresh fruits and vegetables for those living in the North Clackamas Community.  Last year she initiated a new consulting program to assist other housing developers in meeting Inclusionary Zoning requirements in areas where jurisdictions have adopted those requirements.

Anna Geller received her Bachelor of Arts from Pitzer College and followed with Masters studies at the University of Southern California.

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Ms. Geller's term will expire on June 30, 2020

 
Zee Koza
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Zee Koza 
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Zee Koza is the Executive Director of New Day Enterprises, a community mental health facility for adults with developmental disabilities in La Grande.  Since the 1980's, she has led her agency in the design, construction, and retrofit of safe and appropriate housing to serve the population of individuals being transferred from state institutions to community settings.  New Day Enterprises specializes in several unique group home adaptations that are suited for individuals with medically fragile conditions. The goal is to provide adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to enjoy all the benefits of normalized, integrated community living. 
 
Ms. Koza currently serves as a member of the Oregon Rehabilitation Association Board of Directors and is the president of the Eastern Oregon Support Services Brokerage.  She is active locally in the La Grande Rotary Club, Neighbor to Neighbor Ministries Community Dinners and the Marian Academy Theater Productions.  She and her husband are members of Our Lady of the Valley Catholic church. 
 
She was honored with the Oregon Al Erickson Award for Excellence in Rehabilitation Services in 2003 and was chosen Rotarian of the Year in 2010 by the La Grande Rotary Club. She represented New Day Enterprises as a 2009 finalist for the Oregon Ethics in Business Award. Zee has presented workshops and programs at conferences in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho.  
 
Ms. Koza has a degree in behavioral psychology and has 30 years experience in providing residential and vocational services. 
 
Ms. Koza's term will expire on June 30, 2019. 
 
Gerardo F. Sandoval, Ph.D.
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Gerardo F. Sandoval, PhD 
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Dr. Sandoval is an associate professor in the department of planning, public policy, and management at the University of Oregon. His research is situated within intersections of urban planning, immigration, and community change. This includes issues such as housing affordability in low-income neighborhoods.

Dr. Sandoval has published in journals focused on urban planning and community development such as the Journal of Planning Education and Research, Urban Studies, Community Development, and the Journal of Urbanism. He received his Ph.D. and MA in the city and regional planning from the University of California at Berkeley, and his BA in community development from the University of California at Davis. Dr. Sandoval served as an intelligence officer in the U.S Army National Guard.

Dr. Sandoval's term will expire on June 30, 2020.



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Latricia Tillman
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Tricia Tillman was the first African America Director for Public Health in Oregon from 2015 - 2017 (and hopes another comes into leadership in the near future). She established the Multnomah County Public Health Division and its first Public Health Advisory Board, expanded funding for the Health Equity Initiative, and served as a governor-appointed member of the State's Public Health Advisory Board.

Prior to this, she served for six years as the Director for the Office of Equity and Inclusion in the Oregon Health Authority. With her leadership the Office of Equity and Inclusion, she elevated the mandate for health equity and civil rights throughout Oregon's health systems transformation efforts, increased state funding for culturally specific community organizations to promote health and wellbeing, created opportunities for highly qualified, diverse health professionals to serve in policy leadership roles, and created and implemented policies that promote equity and civil rights in health and human services. She advocated for the integration of health care interpreters, community health workers, doulas and other "traditional health workers" in health systems as proven health equity strategies.

Ms. Tillman's goals throughout her career have been to promote a highly qualified, diverse workforce, to engage communities experiencing disparities in promoting health, and to reduce social inequities. She is a graduate of Boston University School of Public Health, and a recipient of its Dr. Martin Luther King Fellowship. Ms. Tillman has worked and volunteered over two decades in health care settings, community services organizations, and local and state governments in Arizona, Massachusetts, and Oregon to improve the health and well-being of culturally diverse communities.

Ms. Tillman is a proud mother, mother-figure godmother and mentor, and enjoys running, skiing, travelling and dancing salsa.

Ms. Tillman's term will expire on June 30, 2018.

 
Adolph "Val" Valfre, Jr.
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Adolph "Val" Valfre. Jr.
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"Val" Valfre is the Executive Director of the Housing Authority of Washington County and Director of the Washington County Department of Housing Services. 
 
Mr. Valfre has 14 years of executive experience in administering and collaborating with partner agencies to promote low-income affordable housing, including collaboration with the Yamhill County Housing Authority to create a State-approved Regional Housing Center. Mr. Valfre worked closely with community partners to create Washington County's 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness. He has fostered housing initiatives to preserve HUD Section 8 contract properties and expanded the Housing Authority of Washington County's portfolio to include three Neighborhood Stabilization Program properties, transitional housing for homeless men and women, HUD/VA VASH vouchers for homeless veterans, and an 80-unit HUD Section 236 property.

He has an extensive record of public service. He currently serves on the Executive Board of the Community Housing Fund of Washington County, supporting qualifying affordable housing initiatives with predevelopment loans and grants, as well as serving on the Board of the Oregon Opportunity Network. Mr. Valfre participates in the Washington County Housing Advocacy Group, is a past President of the Oregon Housing Authorities  Association, and a former Chair of a Professional Development Subcommittee of NAHRO (National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials). He is a former Air Force pilot and veteran of the Southeast Asia conflict.

Mr. Valfre earned his bachelor's degree in Bacteriology from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), and master's degrees in Public Administration, Business Management, and Human Resources Management from Golden Gate University, Salve Regina College, and Troy State University, respectively.

Mr. Valfre's term will expire June 30, 2019.
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Charles Wilhoite
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Charles Wilhoite is a managing director with Willamette Management Associates, based in Portland Oregon. In addition to his work on all types of valuation engagements for the firm, he is also the leader of the firm's tax-exempt entity and health care services practice.

Charles has performed the following types of financial analysis and valuation assignments: merger and acquisition valuations; post-acquisition purchase price allocations; business and stock valuations; ad valorem property tax, income tax, and gift and estate tax valuations; forensic analyses; employee stock ownership plan feasibility studies and valuations; and economic damages calculations.

Charles has testified throughout the country with regard to valuation, financial and economic issues across a wide variety of industries.

Charles is a certified public accountant (CPA), accredited in business valuation (ABV) and certified in financial forensics (CFF) by the AICPA; a certified management accountant (CMA) and certified in financial management by the Institute of Management Accountants; an accredited senior appraiser (ASA) in business valuation as designated by the American Society of Appraisers; a certified valuation analyst (CVA) as designated by the National Association of Valuators and Analysts; a certified business appraiser (CBA) as designated by the Institute of Business Appraisers; and a certified fraud examiner (CFE) as designated by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

Charles currently serves on the board of directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco – Portland Branch; the Portland Business Alliance; Meyer Memorial Trust; Legacy Health; PacificSource Health Plans; Metal Toad Media; the U.S. Bank of Oregon; and the Nature Conservancy.

An Oregon resident for 24 years, Charles has resided in northwest Portland with his wife Tammy, for the past 20 years. Charles and Tammy have three children.

Mr. Wilhoite's term will expire on June 30, 2021

 

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