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Maura Kelly is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Portland State University. Her research and teaching interests include gender, sexualities, social inequality, work and occupations, and popular culture. Her current research is primarily focused on the experiences of women and people of color in the construction trades as well as policy and programs intended to increase the diversity of the construction trades workforce. See more at www.pdx.edu/sociology/maura-kelly
Kasey has over a decade of experience in nonprofit development, marketing and public relations, with a focus on storytelling and brand building activities that elevate an organization’s profile.
Dr. Doris Cancel-Tirado is an assistant professor of Community Health in the Division of Health and Exercise Science at Western Oregon University. She has more than 15 years of experience working with health and human services agencies and deeply values and engages in multidisciplinary efforts to improve family well-being in diverse and multicultural contexts. As a bilingual/bicultural professional and mother, she knows first hand the challenges faced by parents raising kids in a bicultural environment and by mothers juggling work and family. Her current research areas of interest include: sexual and reproductive health issues among Latinos, health disparities, maternal and child health, fatherhood, poverty, and diversity in higher education. Doris holds a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, Master of Public Health from Oregon State University, and a doctorate in Human Development and Family Sciences, also from Oregon State University.Doris was born and raised in Puerto Rico. In 2002, after completing her masters in Counseling Psychology, she moved to Miami, Florida. While living in Miami, she met her husband, Juan Pablo, who is a winemaker from Mendoza, Argentina. Attracted by Oregon’s growing wine industry they moved to Oregon and have lived here for the last 12 years. Their roots and family have grown and they are the proud parents of two Oregonians named Francisco and Evangelina.
Robin Morris Collin is the Norma J. Paulus Professor of law at Willamette University College of Law in Oregon. Her latest publications include Energy Choices: How to Power the Future (2 volumes, ABC-CLIO, 2014) (coedited with Robert W. Collin), “Restoration and Redemption” in Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril (a collection including the Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, Barack Obama, and others)(Trinity University Press, 2010), and the Encyclopedia of Sustainability: volume 1: Environment and Ecology, volume 2: Business and Economics, volume 3:Equity and Fairness (coauthored with Robert William Collin)(Greenwood Press, 2010).
Ugonna Enyinnaya is a lawyer by training and has worked in the legal field for seven years. She currently works for the Oregon Department of Justice in the Child Advocacy Section, supporting DOJ attorneys in providing advocacy for abused, neglected and abandoned children throughout Oregon.Ugonna was born and raised in Nigeria. She obtained a Bachelor of law (LLb Hons) from Abia State University in Nigeria; a Barrister at Law Certificate from the Nigerian Law School; Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a focus on Public Management from Dowling College, New York and Master of Law in Employment Law (LLM) from Atlanta John Marshall Law School.Ugonna runs a faith based nonprofit where she hosts conferences to empower and inspire women and youths in her community to pursue their dreams and live their authentic lives. She is also a small business owner.
Public Records Requests (PRR)
The Oregon Advocacy Commissions Office (OACO) responds to requests for public records in the general way described in the Oregon Department of Administrative Services' (DAS) Public Records Requests policy (pdf).The DAS Public Records Requests Fees and Charges policy outlines the fees the department charges for records, and the process the agency uses to fulfill requests.Please choose one of the following methods to request public records from OACO:1. Email your request to Lucy Baker, the Administrator of the OACO with "PRR" included in the subject line.OR2. Mail a written request to this address:
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