First Name / M. I.
Someone aspiring to become involved in my community.
Canvassing volunteer for Jo Ann Hardesty for Portland City Council and No on Measure 105.
To increase voter turnout and engagement.
I am a Portland native, after traveling for a number of years I returned to Portland. For work I'm a cafe manager at specialty coffee shop.
I have little experience with organized political parties. That said I've been attending meetings for the CCLC for the past two months.
I want to have a say in the direction of my local party politics.
My name is Evelyn Bosworth, i have a masters degree in computer science and believe all policy should be driven by sound science.
I worked with the Bernie campaign in the 2016 primary, and Hillary for the presidency. Some canvasing and phone calls. Also data entry and management
I want to help the people of Oregon like they have helped me.
Retired, compassionate and ready for a change
Mult Co Voter Dept counting votes in last election
To help with the voting process
I am 30 years old, married, and work as an Aftercare Assistant at Childpeace Montessori School. We have an amazing dog named Rhythm, who you might see at some of our meetings! I love to read, hike, knit, and do pretty much anything social.
I was a PCP in Tillamook County, and have been active in many committees, including Fundraising and Legislator Liaison. I have attended several CD4 meetings and SCC meetings.
I believe in the Democrats values, mission, and platform, and want to help connect with and educate people in my area with our Party.
Jillian Johnsen works at Transition Projects to empowers people to transition out of homelessness and into housing. She’s an active and proud Union member of AFSCME, where she speaks publicly on the importance of labor rights and its connection to the housing crisis. Jillian was also recently nominated and selected for the 2018-2019 cohort of the Oregon Labor Candidate School. She is also participating in the 2019 New Leaders Council program for upcoming progressive leaders in Portland.
In the past i've run political field campaigns for Oregon Democrats and I have worked at the Oregon State Capitol as a Legislative Aide to Representative Alissa Keny-Guyer. I've also volunteered to knock doors for Democrats and for/against ballot measures. Moving forward, I'd like to attend regular Multnomah County Democrat meetings, become a PCP and a neighborhood leader and see how I can play a more active role in my political party.
I want to play a more active role in my community and in my political party. I believe that increased political participation is crucial to electing progressive leaders and addressing key issues that impact the future of our entire county and state.
I retired one year ago as the Director of Human Resources for the City of Portland. In that role I worked closely and regularly with city elected officials and their staff as well as lobbied in Salem on legislative actions important to the city. I worked for the City of Portland for 26+ years. I am a lawyer by education and training, and specialized in labor and employment law, but stopped practicing law in 2001. I am a mother and a grandmother and have lived in Portland since 1973.
I started volunteering with the Multnomah Democrats in September 2018, worked on the comedy fundraiser event in October as part of the Fundraising committee and look forward to continuing work with that committee. I also work in the Mult. Dems office every Monday afternoon from 3 to 7.
As a PCP I believe I would be in a position to contribute more as a volunteer because I would become more knowledgeable about the party's work. I am committed to continuing to work for the democrats, including in my neighborhood, and becoming a PCP would enhance my efforts there as well.
Retired Union Organizer with 35 plus years experience organizing workers into the union, in the electoral arena and building community coalitions.
Staff organizer for SEIU Local 503 CAPE, the political arm of the union
To help build the Democratic Party at the grassroots
I'm an office manager at an employment law firm, mother, wife, runner, & cook.
I have a bachelor's degree in Political Science from PSU and did an internship with the Oregon State Senate.
I want to be more involved in local politics.
Love to serve my community. I was raised by parents who served their community all their lives.
I work (volunteer) in my neighborhood to spread optimism, joy and love.
I am a Virginian who moved to Oregon in 2013 after receiving my M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration to work at Portland State University as the Student Government and Greek Life Advisor. I am currently in the Emerge Oregon Class of 2019 and I am working to explore my options for future political office. I recently moved to the Hollywood neighborhood and I am active in my community through a variety of volunteer boards and recreational sports.
I do not have any experience working within the Democratic Party in any official capacity, but I have been a Democrat my entire life and was active in state politics back in Virginia. In the last few years I have gotten more involved with city politics and leadership and am the current Vice Chair of the Citizen Review Committee, a police oversight and accountability appeals board.
I am eager to be more involved in the work of the Democratic Party to advance the agenda of our values and invest in the future of our party. As someone who also works with students at PSU on political issues, I hope to have more perspective on Oregon's politics and continue growing my network.
I AM Humanitarians, WITH EXPERIENCE IN SOCIAL CHANGE
I am voter with complex issues..
Change to diversity
|Maxine / E||Dexter|
I am a physician, mother, activist and business leader. I have worked since 2008 for Kaiser Permanente NW as a pulmonary and critical care physician and became a Board Director for NW Permanente in 2013. I have been Chair of the Board since 2017. I have been a PTA leader, school Foundation leader, auction chair and public advocate for equitable educational opportunities regardless of neighborhood in PPS. I love to engage with my Willamette Heights neighbors and am known as a political activist.
I am a Kaiser Permanente physician who cares deeply about health policy and the social determinants of health. I have been active in Public School advocacy with Portland Public Schools since 2010 and am currently in the Emerge Oregon class of 2019.
I want to be more engaged in our process, be a maximally informed participant and have an ability to share my informed perspective in the areas of business, health and education. I have unique perspectives and knowledge and believe I can help balance our deliberations when considering people to appoint to open legislative roles. I want to bring my insights from engaging with the Party back to my very politically-active neighborhood to help us stay engaged and supportive of the Democratic Party.
I was born and raised in Portland and currently work as an Assistant Attorney General for the Oregon Department of Justice in the Appellate Division. Previously, I worked as a Deputy District Attorney and practiced criminal defense in Deschutes County.
In 2006, I was a field organizer on Senator Maria Cantwell's re-election campaign. I also interned for Senator Ron Wyden.
My family recently relocated back to Multnomah County and I want to be involved and engaged with the local party.