Commissioner Jennifer Currin
Jennifer Currin, partner at Corey, Byler & Rew law firm in Pendleton, was appointed to the OLCC in September 2017. She is an active member of the Pendleton community, serving as a volunteer for the Pendleton Round-Up and Happy Canyon for more than 25 years.
She is also involved as an announcer for the Pendleton Junior American Indian Beauty Pageant and is a member of the Pendleton Rotary Club. Currin is a graduate of Willamette University and received her Juris Doctorate from University of Idaho College of Law.
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Commissioner Dennis Doherty
After four years in the Air Force serving our country in Southeast Asia Dennis spent 25 years in commercial insurance as a principal with JBL&K Risk Services finishing his career as Managing Director of their national Nonprofit division.
He also served 5 years as board chair and is a current member of the Board of Directors of The DPI Group, a national nonprofit focused on employing people with disabilities; is a former chair and current member of the advisory board of De Paul Treatment Centers for treatment of drug and alcohol addiction; former board member of Arlington Club and has completed Harvard's Governing for Nonprofit Excellence executive education class and is a certified and practicing executive and life coach.
Retired to Black Butte Ranch in Oregon Dennis is partnered with their son Conan in property development in Central Oregon. He enjoys the outdoors, golfing and helping his wife Marianne with her horses – mostly in back-end operations.
Commissioner Kiauna Floyd
Kiauna Floyd was appointed to the OLCC in February 2019. She is owner of Amalfi's Italian Restaurant in Portland, where she has worked since high school, giving her a unique level of experience, knowledge and understanding of business operations. She's an active member in the Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association and served on its Board of Directors from 2005-2012. In her spare time, Floyd follows her three biggest passions of family, athletics and Ornithology (birds), and additionally volunteers at her childrens' school.
Commissioner Fay Gyapong-Porter
Fay Gyapong-Porter, a Wilsonville dentist, is the first nominee for the renamed board. She has worked as a dentist in the Portland area for more than 30 years, since she graduated with a doctorate in medical dentistry from Oregon Health & Science University in 1990.
She has served on dentistry-related and community boards, including currently serving on Wilsonville’s diversity, equity and inclusion committee and Oregon Black Pioneers, a historical society dedicated to the history of Black Oregonians.
Commissioner Matt Maletis
Matt Maletis was appointed to the OLCC in November 2017, and represents Oregon's Western district. Maletis is a lifelong Oregonian from the Portland area and grew up in the beer and wine business. Maletis has spent his life and career in the hospitality industry holding several liquor licenses for projects including Langdon Farms Golf Club, The Agency Ultra Sport Lounge, and Brasserie Montmartre. Currently Maletis serves as an investor, advisor, and developer on a variety of projects in both the real estate and hospitality industries.
Commissioner Marvin Révoal
Marvin D Révoal, Vice President of Business Development of Wilson Heirgood Insurance, an Employee Benefits and Property & Casualty agency, served as a police office in Springfield and Eugene prior to opening his insurance company in 1989. Revoal has years of business leadership experience relating to board development, strategic planning, financial stability, and continuation planning for nonprofits and private business. In addition to his service on nonprofit boards, Revoal served on the Eugene Chamber of Commerce executive board for ten years including two years as Chairperson. He served as a member of Governor Kitzhaber's “Oregon Workforce Investment Board". In 2017, Governor Brown appointed Revoal to his second term on the OLCC as commissioner.