LIVE Board of Directors - 2020 Ballot
This ballot is intended for LIVE members to vote for their choices for members of the LIVE Board of Directors. Vote for no more than five choices by selecting a checkbox and/or writing candidate names in the blank space provided. Each member serves a two-year term on a board of nine directors with staggered terms.

This slate of nominees was selected by the LIVE Board of Directors and is intended to be fair and representative of the demographics and geography of the membership and the interest of organizational mission. Any member interested in serving on the Board of Directors may contact our office with a letter of intent.

The number of ballots received is sufficient to meet the quorum requirements of this corporation. Please be sure to provide your name in order for us to verify your membership status. Anonymous ballots or ballots with more than five candidates chosen will not be counted.

If submitting by mail or e-mail, complete the ballot and send to: | LIVE, PO Box 5185, Salem, OR 97304

E-mailed/mailed ballots must be received by May 30, 2020 to be counted.
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Candidate Biographies
Leda Garside

Ms. Garside is a bilingual, multicultural Latina professional, Clinical Services Manager of Tuality Healthcare ¡Salud! Services, and Cultural Liaison. Ms. Garside completed her nursing degree at the University of Alaska in Anchorage, graduating in 1983; and in 2011 completed a Master of Business Administration, with an emphasis in Healthcare Management from Marylhurst University. She is a Certified Bilingual Healthcare Professional. Her extensive nursing career includes acute care, occupational health services, management, community outreach, public health, migrant health, and health policy. She is Senior Fellow of the American Leadership Forum, class XXVII and the NW Public Health Leadership Institute.

Ms. Garside is very active in many community outreach committees, coalitions and boards. She serves as a commissioner for the State of Oregon in the Health Evidence Review Commission, currently serving a fourth term, and is a committee member of the Oregon Health Authority Cultural Competence Continuing Education Review Committee. Other board service: Oregon Center for Nursing, Linfield College, Oregon Latino Health Coalition, National Association of Hispanic Nurses, serving in the association national Policy Committee, Community Action of Washington County, Oregon Health Care Interpreters Association. Professional memberships include the American Public Health Association and Oregon Public Health Association.

Besides the nursing profession, family time, gardening, cooking and dancing are among her other joys.


Wynne Peterson-Nedry

Wynne has her roots in the Oregon Wine Industry, having grown up with a budding vineyard and winery in her youth, as the first vineyard on what is now Ribbon Ridge AVA. She went on to get a BS in Chemistry from Bryn Mawr College, and a Masters’ in Viticulture and Enology from UC Davis, and in the meantime worked harvests across the globe for a number of vintages. She re-entered the Oregon industry in 2009, as assistant then head winemaker at Chehalem, and is now the winemaker for two small craft wineries here in Oregon; 00 Wines and Ribbon Ridge Winery. In her free time you can find her working on her yurt in the thick of her family’s vineyard in Ribbon Ridge.


Bruce Sonnen

Bruce Sonnen is an import to Oregon from rural Idaho farm country. He moved to Salem, Oregon with his soon to be wife in 1995, started a family, and currently has a sophomore in college and youngest who is graduating high school this June. In his first seven years in Oregon, he was employed by a large landscape company in the Portland area installing trees, shrubs, lawns, wetlands, etc. His most notable installs were Nike North campus in Beaverton, WSU Vancouver campus, and U of W practice facility. One of his final landscape installs was at Domaine Serene Winery in 2001. January 2002 his agriculture roots transitioned him to vineyard management. He was the fourth person to graduate from the Chemeketa Community College Viticulture degree program and is currently Vineyard Manager at VanDuzer Vineyards and Winery in Dallas, OR.


David Millman

David Millman joined DDO as Managing Director in 2004, after a 20-year career in the music business. In past years, he has served as Board President of both the International Pinot Noir Celebration and Oregon Pinot Camp, and is currently Chair of the 2020 Willamette: the Pinot Noir Auction. He also sits on industry marketing and export committees, and is wholly committed to advancing the success and standing of Oregon wine.


Herb Quady

Herb Quady is a second-generation winegrower who moved to Southern Oregon with his family in 2003. In 2006, he planted Mae’s Vineyard, 16 acres in the Applegate Valley, and founded Quady North Winery and Applegate Vineyard Management. Today, he farms about 80 acres of LIVE certified vineyards, and is a managing partner in Barrel 42, a LIVE certified custom crush facility. In 2020, Herb was awarded the “Founder’s Award” from the Oregon Winery Association, in acknowledgment of his leadership in the wine industry, particularly his efforts to forge connections between small Southern Oregon grape growers and winemakers looking for quality fruit throughout the state.

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