Cloy Swartzendruber serves as the representative for a Technology Officer of an Oregon City. Cloy has Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and 40 years of Information Technology experience. The first nine years were as a developer, and 31 years as a Manager in IT. His experience is across many different industries including Utilities, Mining, Banking, Retail and Consulting. His management experience started with the management of programming development. Subsequently he managed an IT organization of 60 to 80 across all IT disciplines, and he has managed a Support Center and support that included Help Desk and Desktop support professionals. The past 12 years have been in the Public Sector and the past five years specifically in support of Public Safety. Cloy manages a team of 37 IT professionals that support Public Safety for the City of Portland. This group supports Police, Fire, 911 and Emergency Management.
Michael Harman serves as the representative for a Technology Officer of an Oregon County. Michael Harman has been the system manager for the Lane County Radio Interoperability Group since November of 2016. He has a background in Public Safety Administration and is part of Lane County's emergency management committee in an ESF-2 role.
Rick Mark serves as the representative of the League of Oregon Cities. Rick Mark is serving his first term as a City Councilor in Lincoln City, where he has lived since 2012. He is a certified Oregon paralegal with 12 years of experience in bankruptcy law. He acquired a degree in Paralegal Studies at Portland Community College after a 30-year career in newspapers in Pennsylvania, Indiana, and in Vancouver, Washington. Rick also sits on the Board of Directors at Neighbors for Kids, a child-care center in Depoe Bay that serves the northern half of Lincoln County. He enjoys photography, bird watching, hiking, all sorts of music, and a good dinner out, all of which he finds in abundance on the beautiful Oregon Coast.
Chief Darren Bucich represents the Oregon Fire Chiefs Association on the State Interoperability Executive Council.
David Rudawitz serves as an independent member of the public on the State Interoperability Executive Council.
David has over 45 years of experience in emergency communications and disaster incident management and response. He has worked in the Electricity Sector since 2008 developing incident response plans and resilient communications systems built on a core of HF radio equipment. His work has also supported the development of cyber incident response plans and the application of the FEMA Incident Command System for the management of these incidents. David is an experienced project manager, a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), and trainer. David is a Lt Col in the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) and currently serves as the Oregon Wing Director of Emergency Services and the Pacific Region Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff – Communications for Operability. He is also an Incident Commander and ICS trainer. David has a bachelor's degree in Physics from UC Irvine and has worked in various sectors including defense, architecture/engineering, manufacturing, and technology.
Additionally, David is the Critical Infrastructure Advisor to NVIS Communications. At NVIS he works with Electricity and other critical infrastructure sector entities to develop, deploy and maintain resilient communications systems to support emergency, disaster and cyber-security operations.