Portland, July 18th. The annual event is called, “3 Degrees 2 Unite 1 Community.” Organized by Willamette Valley Development Officers, the networking party at Portland’s Lan Su Chinese Garden offered business and nonprofit leaders the chance to create connections. Debbie Rieke from Project Access Now and Bethany Thomas from Ecology in the classroom and outdoors are pictured with Mary Sullivan from Cleantechopen and Lisa Creamer from Emma Inc. mixed and mingled at 3-Degrees.
Anne Van De Linden from Oregon Entrepreneurs Network, Agnes Zach Executive Director of Willamette Valley Development Officers and Michelle Crimmins from De La Salle North Catholic High School
Engred Chai from Brownstein Rack, Gisel Hillard from Washington Trust Bank, Grant Jones from Perkins & Company
Vibrant Table was one of the generous sponsors of the event. Karen Rich, Emily Michel, Auriana Albree, Kathy Hile and Page Winograd represented Vibrant Table at 3-Degrees.
Jeanne Kojis, Executive Director of the Nonprofit Network of SW Washington, Ron Bertolucci, Vice President of Commercial Banking at Sterling Bank, and Marc Heisterkamp from USGBC
Jill Downing, the program coordinator of WVDO, thanked Jane Demarco, the Executive Director of the Lan Su Chinese Garden
Kathy Swift from Capital Pacific Bank, Nichole Smith from Robert Half Account Temps., Chabre Vickers from Big Brother/Big Sister, and Kristen Connor from Capital Pacific Bank
Roy Abramowitz from Perkins & Company, Sara Patinkin from Donate Life N.W., Eileen Reilly from Jesuit High School
Stephanie Hooper from Pacific Continental Bank and Katharine Quince from Store to Door
Heather Olson from Jack in the Box, Jon Connelly from Portland Business Journal, Jill Downing from WVDO and Ian Harnish from Portland Business Journal
Sara Patinkin from the WVDO Board, Kelsey Pine from “I have a Dream” Oregon, Janet Sams from Candlelighters for Children with Cancer
Graeme Byrd from Net Impact, Jude Lieberman from Portland State and Marc Heisterkamp from USGBC
Graeme Byrd from Net Impact with Kimberlin Butler from Grantmakers for Education
Mark Fulop from Facilitation Process and Bianca McCarthy from the Lan Su Chinese Garden
Brennan Wood from the Dougy Center and James Phelps from JKP Fundraising celebrating the conclusion of a great evening with WVDO Exec. Director Agnes Zach.
3-Degrees was sponsored by: WVDO, Capital Pacific Bank, Perkins & Co., Portland Business Journal, Lan Su Chinese Garden.
In Partnership with: Portland Business Alliance, NetImpact-Portland, Young Professionals of Portland.
From Willamette Valley Development Officers (WVDO) serves people raising funds for nonprofit organizations by linking them with others in the community and providing affordable opportunities for their professional growth and education. WVDO is Oregon’s oldest and largest organization for development professionals, with a current membership of more than 800 individuals representing nonprofit organizations of all types and sizes. Founded in 1977, Willamette Valley Development Officers is our region’s premier service organization for nonprofit professionals and leaders.
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Portland, Oregon 97205
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