Term of service: 11/19/21-6/30/23 (eligible for reappointment)
Greg Addington has worked in and around the natural resource sector his entire career. He began as a field representative for the Oregon Farm Bureau and later transitioned to the organization's Governmental Affairs Division working as an Associate Director. In 2005 he and his family moved to Klamath County where he served as Executive Director of the Klamath Water Users Association for nearly 11 years. In 2015, he stepped down and formed his own consulting company.
Today, Addington Consulting continues to assist clients with public relations, marketing and outreach, program coordination, policy development and political engagement. Addington also holds the position of Program Director for REAL Oregon, a Resource Education and Agricultural Leadership program developed for current and emerging natural resource industry leaders to grow their skills, knowledge and network.
Greg received a bachelor's degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of Idaho. He has two kids in college and lives in Klamath County with his wife.