Board of Directors

Executive Committee:

Kyle Bunch, American Family Insurance, Current WCC President

 

 

 

 

 

Tim Crowley, Crowley Landscape Management, Past WCC Board President

Tim Crowley brings a vast list of experiences that will help the Wilsonville Area Chamber of Commerce as it continues to grow. He has worked for the Portland Fire Bureau for 11 years and owned his own business, Crowley Landscape Management, for the past seven years. Crowley is active in the Wilsonville community being a Gold Club Member of the chamber and a member of the Wilsonville Rotary Club. He has lived in Wilsonville for 10 years.

 

 

 

Fred Robinson, FSH Consulting, WCC Treasurer

Fred Robinson is on the board to advocate for the needs of the manufacturing businesses in Wilsonville. Robinson’s interests lay in helping to identify the issues the manufacturing sector faces, and then finding creative solutions to those challenges.

 

 

 

 

Ted Millar, South end Corporate Airpark, WCC At-Large

With over 50 years of commercial real estate development and construction experience, Millar brings a wealth of knowledge to the board. As a founder of the Positive Aurora Airport Management Association, he has been involved in working with the surrounding communities to help them understand the importance of the airport for economic development. He believes that a strong business community is critical to the region and that having an active chamber is a must.

 

Directors:

Jaimy Beltran, Beltran Real Estate Brokers (Keller Williams Realty)

 

 

 

 

 

Jeff Brown, Holiday Inn Portland South,  Ex WCC Officio

Jeff Brown is the general manager of the Holiday Inn and BooneTown Bistro and Bar in North Wilsonville. As the chamber continues it’s work on tourism initiatives, Brown will bring his experience running this very busy hotel to help direct the organization on its efforts. He wants to have balance on the board to make sure that the hospitality and tourism sector are well represented.

 

 

 

Jason Jordan, Republic Services

Jason Jordan is the General Manager for Republic Services, Portland Metro/North Valley Region. Mr. Jordan is responsible for the overall business operations of 9 divisions which employ 265 people generating close to $100m in annual revenues. With over 90 service routes ranging from the Washington border down through Marion County, his operations support 21 city and county recycling and waste needs.  Mr. Jordan brings over 13 years of progressive leadership and management experience.

 

 

 

Brad Kleiner, Sandler Training

Brad Kleiner is the owner of Sandler Training, with over 25 years of experience in real world sales and executive leadership positions ranging from co-founder of a small, bootstrapped startup to an executive VP/GM for a billion-dollar international media company. Brad is dedicated to working with business owners, principals, sales managers, salespeople and non-selling professionals to give them the behaviors, attitudes and techniques to reach their full potential in sales. Brad now focuses his talent on helping the Northwest’s top companies achieve their goals, increase their revenue, and lead the way in their industry.

 

 

 

Lori Powers, Pacific Residential Mortgage

Lori Powers is the manager of the Wilsonville Washington Federal Bank and the Chair of the Chamber Ambassador team.  During her involvement with the Chamber, Lori has participated in nearly every networking event and many of the special programming in order to build relationships and strengthen her companies presence in Wilsonville.   Washington Federal is “Invested Here” and as such has allowed Lori to participate in community programs that are important to her.  With 16 years of banking experience and as a small business owner she can relate to the issues small businesses face.

 

 

Eric Postma, Bittner & Hahs, P.C., Ex WCC Officio

Eric Postma, an attorney with Bittner & Hahs in Lake Oswego, has a long history of volunteering in Wilsonville, where he is raising is family. Postma’s law acumen is of great value for the chamber, especially his experience with business litigation, employment law and general business transactional practice. Currently Postma is a member of the Wilsonville Planning Commission and he looks forward to continue the work that has been done on the city’s sign code and other economic development initiatives during his term on the board.

 

 

Jimmy Severson, Centrex Construction, Inc.

Jimmy Severson, Director of Business Operations at Centrex Construction, brings a wide amount of knowledge to the board as his company is involved with Commercial, Aviation, and Industrial construction.  Aviation has played a huge role in his life and as an active aviator he sees the value in the Chamber’s involvement with the Aurora Airport.

 

 

 

 

Scott Starr, Ex WCC Officio

Scott Starr was elected in November 2010 and sworn in as a City Councilor in January 2011. Councilor Starr serves as Council liaison to the City’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Board., is a member of the City and Chamber of Commerce Executive Leadership Committee, liaison to the Metropolitan Water Consortium, and he chairs the Economic Development Strategy advisory committee. Scott has lived in Wilsonville since 1994 and works as a mortgage banker.

 

 

 

David Stead, Langdon Farms Golf Club

As general manager of Langdon Farms Golf Club, David Stead has the experience on how to grow a membership-based organization. Stead has steadily increased his role in the Chamber over the past few years, being involved in the Government Affairs Committee. His family recently moved to Wilsonville and participates in many community functions. Stead sits on the City of Wilsonville’s Tourism Task Force.

 

 

 

Doris Wehler, Cookies by Design, Ex WCC Officio

After retiring as operations manager for TeleCheck Oregon, Doris Wehler and her daughter purchased Cookies by Design, which makes fanciful cookie bouquets. For the past 13 years, she has offered her expertise and knowledge to continue the Chamber’s mission.  Wehler has been involved in the hiring of the last three Chamber executives, and has a clear understanding of where the Chamber has been and where it is headed.