Commissioner Alicia Hays
Alicia Hays retired as Director of Lane County Health & Human Services in 2017. In her more than three decades at Lane County in Eugene, Oregon, Alicia worked at the local and state level facilitating equity and inclusion work; developing coalitions to impact larger policy concerns for children, youth, and families; and engaging consumers and providers in planning efforts for system design. Her expertise extends to a wide range of human services programs, including those that cater to children and families, behavioral health, primary care, public health, developmental disabilities, juvenile justice, employment and training, and anti-poverty initiatives.
Alicia just completed her fourth term as an elected member of the Eugene School Board, serving six of those sixteen years in Board leadership. In 2020, she was recognized by the Oregon School Board Association as School Board Member of the Year.
Alicia has been a strong advocate and recognized leader on issues of disability rights and inclusion. Her work includes trainings and presentations throughout the US focused on policy change and advocacy to expand disability rights and inclusion.
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.