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Portland City Council Appoints Citizen Oversight Committee
On December 19, 2012, Portland City Council appointed an Independent Citizen Oversight Committee to monitor the investments and impact of the Arts Education & Access Fund. True to the spirit of Ballot Measure 26-146, this group of 20 volunteers consists of a wide range of people well versed in schools, arts non-profits, other oversight functions, and fiscal responsibility. Selected through a nomination and recruitment process led by Mayor Sam Adams’ office, more than 35 Portland citizens applied for the opportunity and 20 were selected.
Below are the names and brief bios of each member:
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neutrophil granule is 1mg of xanax a day safe nevus cavernosus Oscar Arana-Director of Strategic Development, Native American Youth and Family Center -Board Member, Oregon Latino Agenda for Action and JustPortland -Member, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
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Niemann splenomegaly xanax tablets 0.5 mg nitroprusside Susan Denning-East Portland resident, Parkrose School District parent -Director of Programs and Events at Literary Arts -English Instructor at Marylhurst University, poet, writer
Victoria Dinu-Student, Portland State University (Grant HS graduate) -Former Portland Rose Festival Queen (2010-11) -Violinist, Metropolitan Youth Symphony, Portland Youth Phil -First Stop Portland, Student Ambassador
Erika Foin-Managing Director, Oregon Executive MBA (U of O, Portland) -Composer and oboe player -Worked and trained at New England Conservatory -Degrees from Lewis & Clark College and the University of Minnesota -Lives in North Portland – children attend Beach Elementary
Alina Harway-Communications and Research Manager, Our Oregon -Former MS and HS English teacher, private music teacher -Volunteer, Write Around Portland, Oregon Volunteers
Kimberly Howard-Oregon Cultural Trust Manager -North Portland resident -BCA Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee -Actress (Sojourn Theatre, Artists Rep, Miracle Theatre, Profile Theatre)
Kevin Jones-Founder, Board Member, Red Door Project (exploring equity issues in Portland through arts) -Actor, director -Executive Coach
Carter MacNichol-Managing Partner, Shiels Obletz Johnsen -Oregon Zoo Bond Oversight Committee member -Former Director, Real Estate Management, Port of Portland -Former Board Member, Portland Children’s Museum
Alyssa Macy-Development Specialist, Native Arts and Cultures Foundation -Co-Director of NVison, a youth media justice project focused on developing media skills for tribal youth -Former Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation Communications Manager -Former Wisconsin Statewide Tribal Liaison
Juan Martinez-Development Director, Basic Rights Oregon -North Portland resident
Cherie-Anne May-Principal of Gilbert Heights Elementary, Music Coordinator, David Douglas School District -Former Music teacher, Gifted & Talented Program Coordinator, David Douglas -Board Member, Metropolitan Youth Symphony-East Portland resident
Steven Nance-Member, Tax Supervising and Conservation Commission -Retired from Intel, now works in venture funding
Stanley Penkin (Co-Chair) -Comprehensive Plan Update and Portland Plan Community Involvement Committee member; Extensive public committee involvement in Portland and Scarsdale, NY -Board Member, Pearl District Neighborhood Association -Co-founder, Oregon artPAC Portland Center Stage, Board Member (Education & Outreach Committee)<o:p></o:p>
Chip Shields-State Senator for North/Northeast Portland -Workforce development professional -Founding Executive Director, Better People
Gwen Sullivan-President, Portland Association of Teachers -Portland Public Schools librarian, teacher and parent
Mark Wubbold-Senior Policy Analyst in the Office of the President at Portland State University -Former Theatre Arts faculty at Mt. Hood and Clackamas Community Colleges -Former co-manager of ARTSplash, a Federal Department of Education funded arts integration teacher training collaboration between PSU’s Graduate School of Education and Portland Public Schools
Anita Yap (Co-Chair) -SE Portland resident -Community organizer and volunteer, East Portland Action Plan -Training Coordinator, Office of Equity & Inclusion, Oregon Health Authority -Consultant and Program Manager Mercy Corps NW, VISTA Oregon Asset Building Corps -Chair of the Portland Multnomah Food Policy Council -Co-Chair of the Charter Commission -Board member APANO
It’s Official Contracts Approved
On Wednesday, December 19th, Portland City Council took its first major steps toward the launch of Portland’s Arts Education & Access Fund by voting to approve contracts with Portland’s six school districts and the Regional Arts & Culture Council, and to appoint a Citizen Oversight Committee.
Council approved Intergovernmental Agreements between the City and Portland school districts. Annual audits will ensure that schools comply with all of the requirements of the new ballot measure. RACC gained new responsibilities with the passage of the Arts Education & Access Fund including arts education oversight, as Portland schools restore certified art and music teachers to elementary schools and build their arts curricula. RACC also will shepherd grants to qualified non-profit arts organizations and design a new grant-making program for schools and non-profits to increase arts access. Finally, Council approved the new Citizen Oversight Committee, which will watch over the districts and RACC as they implement the intent of the ballot measure.
Due annually beginning April 2013, Portland’s new $35 income tax for income-earning adult residents of Portland (and exempting any taxpayer under the federal poverty limit), will generate $12.2 million in annual net revenue. When the school year begins next Fall, nearly 70 elementary school arts teachers will be sustainably funded, every elementary school student in Portland’s six school districts will be guaranteed an arts education and arts supplies, programs and field trips will be made available for all school-age children through grant funding to Portland’s schools and non-profits. And Portland’s non-profit arts organizations will have the public support they need to bring the arts to life for every Portland resident – providing free arts experiences, reaching underserved communities and developing imaginative community-based arts experiences for our children – all while continuing to shape our neighborhoods, fuel our economy, educate our children and bring us together.
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