Kawana S. Bullock Clayton
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Carrie Clore works in development and communications at Crag Law Center, an environmental nonprofit. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Arts Studio Practices and minor in writing from Portland State University. Carrie has over seven years’ bookstore experience as a community relations manager promoting literacy, arts and education through community outreach and in-store events.
She is a self-described word junkie, mark maker, storyteller, painter, poet, and printmaker. When she is not pursuing artistic endeavors, you can find her meandering the mossy trails of the Pacific Northwest in search of waterfalls, happy trees, and encounters with chipmunks. Ask her about her favorite hikes.
Niko is a creative director and partner of PLAZM. He teaches graphic design at Portland State University and the Pacific Northwest College of Art. Niko collects postage stamps, typewriters and vintage perforating machines, and makes mail art. He is co-founder of the Portland Correspondence Co-op, has a daughter and a three-legged turtle.
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Melissa Favara writes creative nonfiction, teaches English, collects typewriters, curates the 1,000 Words reading series, and seeks every opportunity to promote reading, writing, and the printed word.
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Andrew Stern is an innovator in the design and engineering of personality-rich virtual characters, interactive stories, and social games. He is co-founder of Playabl Studios, developing interactive dramas. Previously, Andrew co-founded Procedural Arts, developer of Façade, described as “the future of video games” by The New York Times and the subject of a feature-length article in The Atlantic Monthly. Andrew also previously founded the studio Stumptown Game Machine. Andrew was co-writer of the group blog grandtextauto.org from 2003-2008 about interactive narrative, games, poetry and art.
Lauren Mariko Waudé
Lauren is Philanthropy Northwest Momentum Fellow working at the Meyer Memorial Trust in their Housing Opportunities Portfolio. She has worked on homelessness, housing and social justice issues in Seattle and Portland for over 13 years. She holds a Master’s in Public Administration with a specialization in Nonprofit Management from Portland State University. In addition, to the IPRC board, Lauren also serves on an advisory committee for the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO). When she’s not working, Lauren has also volunteered with several art projects in Portland, Canada, Samoa and New Zealand and has contributed essays to zines like Hoarse (Seattle) and Stumptown Underground (Portland). She is excited to join the board and community at IPRC!
Kate Bingaman-Burt, Designer & Associate Director of the Art+Design School at Portland State University; former IPRC Board President
Pollyanne Birge, Community Engagement & Policy Adviser to Commissioner Eudaly; former IPRC Executive Director
Eve Connell, Managing Editor of University of Hell Press
Lori Damiano, Illustrator, Animator, & Educator
Chloe Eudaly, Portland City Commissioner; Co-founder of the IPRC
Kohel Haver, Partner at Swider Haver LLP
Kathy Kniep, Nonprofit Consultant
Brianne Mees, Co-founder & Co-owner of Tender Loving Empire
Alise Munson, Brand/Content Specialist at HouseSpecial, LLC
Yvonne Perez Emerson, Founder of WeMake
Jay Pontieri, Author & Educator
George Thorn, Arts & Culture Consultant
Brian Tibbetts, Writer & Editor; former IPRC Interim Director
Bryan Wasetis, Co-founder of Aspect Law