Members of the OT
Sybil Hedrick Park, OTR/L, CHT, CSCS, Board Chair
Erion Moore II, Public Member, B.A, Vice Chair
Ernest "Clyde" Jenkins II, Public Member, MBA
Kari Hill, COTA/L, OT Assistant Member
Max Perkins, OTR/L, OT Member
About the Board
Sybil Hedrick Park, OTR/L, CHT, CSCS, Board Chair, has served the Occupational
Therapy profession for over 20 years. During this time she has cultivated a
very impressive resume. Most recently she completed her tenure as OTAO
president and in doing so gained knowledge of the state legislative process.
Sybil is educated as
both an Occupational Therapist and certified Hand Therapist and currently
provides both these services in the capacity of the Lead Therapist to the
Providence Sports Care Center. Among her clients are the Portland Timbers and
Portland Thorns, professional soccer teams. She also provides advanced
evaluation and treatment for the general population and swim stroke analysis
When she’s not
treating patients, she’s educating future OT’s. Sybil has served as an adjunct
professor for Pacific University Clinical Doctorate Program since 2011. Sybil is eager to
advance her understanding of how our State runs and takes great interest in
protecting the public.
Park's term is from 10/15/2017 - 10/14/2021 (2nd term)
Erion Moore II,
Public Member, Vice Chair, received his B.A. in Criminology from Southern Oregon University,
and his A.A. in Ethnic Studies from Foothill Community College in California. Erion
worked with juvenile and adult offenders on cognitive skills following his
graduation from college. He worked temporarily as a case manager and was
involved with group meetings that decide to make changes to policies of work
conduct. He has a personal interest in Occupational Therapy, having experience with many types of therapists in different settings including home,
to inpatient, as well as outpatient. Erion volunteers with
Pacific University, School of OT, as a patient, helping future Occupational
Therapists learn necessary skills. The Board is fortunate to have him as a member.
Erion Moore's term is from 4/21/2020 to 4/20/2024 (2nd term)
Ernest "Clyde" Jenkins II, Public Member. With an undergraduate degree from OSU and a Masters degree from Stanford School of Business, Clyde has enjoyed a successful career at the executive management level in the high technology telecommunications industry. Upon leaving the telecommunications industry Mr. Jenkins acquired two local restaurants and had a successful career as a restaurateur. He has since sold the restaurants and is now semi-retired. Mr. Jenkins has volunteered his time to the Oregon Zoo, Central Catholic High School fund raising, adult GED tutoring, United Way fund raising, Oregon Food Bank and the Big Brother programs among others.
Clyde Jenkins' term is from 4/1/2017 to 3/31/2021 (1st term)
Kari Hill, COTA/L, OT Assistant Member, Kari has been
practicing as a school therapist for nearly 20 years. Most
recently she has expanded her therapy skills to include working in sub-acute
settings (such as skilled nursing homes) and as an adjunct lab instructor for
the Linn Benton OTA program. In 2012, she received the
Michelle Smith Sullivan “Exemplary Therapist Assistant” of the year award
for Oregon school therapy assistants, nominated by her co-workers and presented
with the award at TIES. Kari’s experience and broad background will make her an
excellent member of the OTLB.
Kari Hill's term is from 7/1/2017-6/30/2021 (1st term)
Perkins, OTR/L, OT Member, has served the Occupational Therapy profession for over 35
years in every practice setting except pediatrics and home health. He enjoys teaching and has taught students as
an adjunct professor at Pacific since 2017.
In addition, he has developed and teaches nationally, a CE course on
Cognitive/Memory Changes through the Aging Process. Max enjoys travel, volunteering, wood working
and has spent the last three years living in Bend, OR. Max’s extensive clinical/management
background will serve the board extremely well.
The Board is fortunate to have Max as its new OT member.
Perkins’ term is from 6/15/2019 – 6/14/2023 (1st term)