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J. Michael Schultz
I am the executive director for the Meridian Park Medical Center Foundation, Mount Hood Medical Center Foundation, and the Salmon Creek Hospital Foundation, within the The Office of Philanthropy for Legacy Health. Past positions have included serving as vice president of community impact and relations for the United Way of the Columbia-Willamette, and numerous other senior management positions within nonprofit organizations whose missions focused on philanthropy and program policy development. I also serve as vice co-chair for the Oregon Volunteer Commission for Voluntary Action and Service and chair of the Oregon State Volunteer Committee. I have been a 211info board director since 2006.
I am retired from United Community Action Network where I served for 3 years as a Manager and the last year as a Division Director. I retired as the Juvenile Department Director in Douglas County in 2005 after a career in adult and juvenile justice which lasted about 36 years. I was very active on the Board of Directors of the Oregon Juvenile Department Director Association and helped form the juvenile justice system in Oregon today.
I am the Community Services Manager at Multnomah County Aging & Disability Services Division. The agency serves seniors, people with disabilities and their families with a variety of community-based services including a 24 Hour Access Helpline. I have worked in the aging and disability services network for 23 years at nonprofit, state and local government organizations.
I am the Project Director and the Legislative Coordinator for the Administrative Services Division of the Department of Human Services. Before becoming the Project Director I worked in the Director’s Office as the Federal Financial Policy manager for the Department of Human Services taking on responsibility for agency wide federal funding impact and analysis. Prior to this I worked in Child Welfare for approximately seven years responsible for federal funding and compliance.
I am the 911 Program Analyst of Technology & Response Services of the Office of Emergency management for the State of Oregon. The 911 Programs provides administration of the legislative mandate for statewide Enhanced 9-1-1 telephone services that allow uniform, prompt, and efficient access to public and private safety services for the citizens of, and visitors to, the State of Oregon.
I serve of the following boards/committees: APCO INTERNATIONAL, NENA the 9-1-1 Associations, Oregon APCO/NENA Chapter Advisory Board, and Oregon APCO/NENA Chapter Technical Committee. Previously, I worked for Qwest Communications, and was responsible for planning, organizing, managing, facilitating the implementation of complex regional Public Safety projects/PSAPS for Qwest’s Federal, State, County, and Municipal customers in OR, Washington, Idaho, Montana and New Mexico.
I am currently one of the Health and Human Services Managers for Polk County overseeing Service Integration, School Based Mental Health Services, Mid-Valley Parenting, Youth Programs and Drug and Alcohol Prevention. I enjoy working in rural Oregon where I was raised. I am currently serving on the Regional 211 Advisory Board and am a Board Director for the Dallas Chamber of Commerce. I have worked in the social service field for over 15 years. My experience includes working for the City of Salem in Prevention Programs, The State of Oregon, Child Care Division as the Child Care Resource and Referral Liaison and Special Projects Coordinator,, The Oregon Child Care Resource and Referral Network as the statewide training coordinator, Salem-Keizer Public Schools in the Community Relations Department and the YMCA of Marion and Polk Counties as a child care director.
I have been working in the field of social services for over 35 years. I have worked for and run agencies in both the nonprofit and government sectors. Currently, I am the executive director of the United Community Action Network in Roseburg, Oregon, having served in that position since 1999. I have a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Montana State University.
Joan R. Lewis
Member, former Chair
I have been on the 211info Board of Directors since 2007. I was the executive director of the Washington Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors (SHIBA) HelpLine. I also served on several boards, including Washington Latino Health Network, the National Council on Aging Benefits Check-Up Advisory Board and the national State Health Insurance Counseling and Assistance Programs (SHIP) board. Previously I spent many years as a trainer and counselor for youth and adults in social service settings.
I am the president of NW Development Center LLC. Previously, I worked for Portland Public Schools for more than 20 years as an administrator in the Office of the Superintendent. I was a specialist in organizational development and conducted trainings designed to develop cultural awareness and better relationships among teacher, administrators and students. I am also the current president of the Fair Housing Council of Oregon and I am the former President of the United Nations Association and the American Cancer Society.
I am the Director of Public Policy and Member Centricity at CareOregon, where have worked since 2008. I have wide-ranging Oregon legislative and political experience, working in state legislative environment through ten regular and eight special legislative sessions. Previous posts include legislative work for Oregon Nurses Association and the Oregon Education Association.
Chief Financial Officer
I manage the financial-related aspects of the agency, including, but not limited to: preparing financial reports, invoicing, paying the bills, agency budgets, taxes, audits, insurance, and most importantly, making sure our employees get paid. I also oversee human resources, and administer employee benefits, like health, dental, life and long-term disability insurances, the agency retirement plan and paid time off.
I am leading the statewide expansion of 211info by collaborating with local leaders on implementation, fundraising and sustainability. I work closely with our external partners in helping them to realize the many benefits of 211info services in their local area. An added bonus is that I get to travel around our beautiful state of Oregon, meeting with local community members and seeing and experiencing all of the richness and diversity that Oregon has to offer its residents.
I am also leading the organizations efforts in creating and implementing a robust and diverse resource development plan in order to create long term sustainability for 211info.
I have the good fortune of working in close partnership with the CEO and all departments at 211info which is the most innovative and exciting organization that I have worked for! When not travelling I work primarily from my office in the small community of Dallas, located in the heart of the Mid-Willamette Valley.