Alumni Honored

During the 2015 Warner Pacific College Homecoming Weekend (February 12-14), local Alums were honored for their professional and community achievements.

2015 Distinguished Alumni Award, Legacy:

Warner Pacific College is pleased to recognize Jim ‘71 and Terri Teague (Vancouver) for their legacy with the College.

They have been invaluable partners by serving on the Board of Trustees, the President’s Advisory Council, and chairing the selection team to choose Dr. Cook, Warner Pacific College’s seventh, and first female, president.

 Both Jim and Terri have a heart for Warner Pacific College and their legacy to the College is shown through their faithful service, generosity, and prayer. You can also find them cheering courtside at most Knights basketball games. Jim and Terri have raised two Warner Pacific College graduates, who also married alumni. Only time will tell if their grandchildren will someday be counted among the proud Warner Pacific student community.

2015 Distinguished Alumna Award, Adult Degree Program:

Warner Pacific’s Adult Degree Program is honored to presents its very first Distinguished Alumni award to Rebecca Black ’94 (Portland), who represents the ADP commitment to excellence in lifelong learning.

Rebecca believes strongly that “Education is the Great Equalizer,” and that access to a great education isn’t available for all youth in our country. This knowledge led Rebecca to found Oregon Outreach, Inc., a non-profit organization that works with gang-identified youth by providing counseling, job training, job placement, and educational assistance. Oregon Outreach began working with youth in Portland who, due to incredible barriers, were leaving school and giving up on a positive future. Rebecca currently serves as the Executive Director for Oregon Outreach, providing educational services to 15 Oregon School districts.

2015 Distinguished Alumni Award, Ministry:

Reverend Nick Van der Veur ’52 (Sequim) was recognized for his faith and dedication to the Christian mission of Warner Pacific College. Since before graduation, Rev. Van der Veur has followed his vision of planting churches. His very first began with $500 of raised funds and four fellow students who shared his passion. They began what is now the Gresham Church of God.

Over the years, Rev. Van der Veur started or assisted Church of God congregations from California to Alberta. Now retired, when asked about his legacy, the Reverend says it is seen in the lives he pastored. He taught people to love each other, and how to love the unloved.

Warner Pacific also presented the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Awards this year. Due to the February 2014 snow storm that happened right as Homecoming weekend began, the College had to postpone these presentations.

2014 Distinguished Alumnus Award for Professional Achievement:

Warner Pacific College is honored to recognize Kerry S. Kuehl, ’81 (Portland), who graduated from Warner Pacific with a degree in health and ministry.

Kerry Kuehl, M.D., Dr.P.H., M.S., and his colleagues at Oregon Health & Science University are transforming lives by improving healthcare outcomes. Through leading-edge research, Dr. Kuehl is demonstrating the powerful impact of lifestyle on health.

Currently, Dr. Kuehl is a Professor of Medicine, Chief of the Division of Health Promotion and Sports Medicine, and Director of the Human Performance Laboratory at OHSU. He is a teacher, researcher, and practicing physician specializing in sports medicine as well as occupational medicine as it relates to improving wellness and safety in the workplace. Dr. Kuehl established himself as a leading researcher for first responders. He is on the national physician panel for police and fire agencies, which sets the standards for the health and safety of these high risk workers.

2014 Distinguished Young Alumna Award:

Warner Pacific College is honored to recognize musician and songwriter, Nicole (Yerden) Wells, ’98 (Sherwood). While studying at Warner Pacific, Nicole taught music to 30 students per week to pay for her education. She graduated from the College in 1998 with a degree in music. Nicole and her husband work in vocational youth ministry, music ministry, senior pastor ministry, and church planting. They currently serve as lay leaders in a ministry focused on recovery. The Sherwood Arts Foundation, Sherwood Soccer, Voices for the Performing Arts, the YMCA, Hopkins Elementary School, and the Robin Hood Festival all benefited from the participation of Wells family members.

In September 2013, Nicole was awarded the grand prize for Best Song from the West Coast Songwriters. Nicole also performs regularly as a soloist and with her sister in The Carlson Wells band.

Warner Pacific Named a College of Distinction

National college guide honors Warner Pacific for distinctive educational excellence.

Warner Pacific was honored as a College of Distinction for the 2014-15 school year. The College of Distinction designation is given to select schools to honor their excellence in student-focused higher education. Warner Pacific was found to excel in all Four Distinctions.

Colleges of Distinction is a web-based guide for high school juniors and seniors seeking a school that is nationally recognized and highly recommended by professionals in the field of education. Colleges and universities are nominated for participation by high school counselors, and then evaluated using qualitative and quantitative research. Schools selected must excel in the Four Distinctions: engaged students, great teaching, vibrant communities, and successful outcomes.

WPC a Christian College of Distinction 2014-15 Warner Pacific an Oregon College of Distinction Warner Pacific a college of distinction 2015

“We focus on colleges that are the best places to learn, grow, and succeed,” said Tyson Schritter, executive editor of Colleges of Distinction. “Schools designated as ‘Colleges of Distinction’ create well-rounded graduates and are among the very best in the country.”

To view Warner Pacific’s profile or to find more information about the online guide visit CollegesofDistinction.com.

Recognized as a “Best Online Christian College”

Warner Pacific is a Best Online Christian College 2015After launching its first online degree program just 11 months ago, Warner Pacific College  was recognized by Christian Universities Online as a top Christian college offering affordable online degrees. In fact, Warner Pacific ranked 25th out of 100 colleges and universities. No other Pacific Northwest Christian college ranked higher than Warner Pacific.

Warner Pacific College’s online degree programs include:

• Associate of Arts in Organizational Dynamics
• Bachelor of Business Administration
• Bachelor of Health Care Administration
• Bachelor of Human Development (NEW and available in March 2015)
• Master of Science in Management – Organizational Leadership

Earning a degree online is an ideal solution for students whose work schedules are unpredictable or who are raising a family while working full-time.

With Warner Pacific’s affordable and accessible online programs, students have the opportunity to make meaningful connections with other classmates and instructors as part of Warner Pacific’s vibrant, Christ-centered learning community that’s dedicated to their success.

Our online degree programs use the same curriculum and course progressions as in-person classes. Students receive the same high-quality education whether they study online or at one of WP’s six campus locations across the Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area.

The College received $96,000 in grants to support scholarship, education, and students

Recently, the College received grants to support student scholarships and improved instructional design.

The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust provided a $71,000 matching grant to establish an educational technology design lab, including a portable computer lab, located in the College’s Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL).

The Trust awarded a 1:1 matching grant. Once the match is raised, the CTL will use these resources to provide faculty with tools, training, and support to shift a number of courses to a hybrid design that combines online digital technologies with face-to-face teaching to support increased student success.

A portable computer lab containing 20 laptops will be used to train faculty, as well as increase faculty’s implementation of digital technology with students in the place-based classroom.

The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust’s mission is to enrich the quality of life in the Pacific Northwest by providing grants and enrichment programs to organizations seeking to strengthen the region’s educational, spiritual, and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways.

A $5,000 grant from the Zimmerman Family Foundation will support the College’s educational technology design lab and studio as well.

“The Zimmerman Family Foundation’s grant moves the College closer to our $71,000 goal to realize a matching grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust,” said Dr. Aaron McMurray, Vice President for Advancement. “The educational technology design lab will assist professors in diversifying course delivery formats from face-to-face to hybrid and online class configurations.”

The Foundation is dedicated to supporting organizations that inspire education, literary, scientific, and spiritual growth. All of which will be achieved through the increased implantation of digital technology in the classroom.

The $20,000 grant from the William H. & Mary L. Bauman Foundation  supports the Act Six Leadership and Scholarship Initiative’s Urban Service Track at Warner Pacific. Act Six is Oregon’s only full-tuition, full-need urban leadership scholarship.

The Urban Service Track model is a tailored scholarship and leadership program designed to help under-prepared but talented and highly motivated high school scholar-leaders succeed in achieving their higher education goals.

The Bauman Foundation was established in 1992 following the death of Bill Bauman, owner of Bauman Sawmill, which later became part of Willamette Industries and then Weyerhaeuser Corp. The Foundation’s primary purpose is to support children and youth, and evangelical churches and organizations.

“I am so appreciative of the William H. & Mary L. Bauman Foundation’s generous and continued support of this important initiative at Warner Pacific College,” said President Andrea Cook. “Our Act Six Scholars continue to make an impact on campus, in the community, and in their homes; this grant will truly have a positive impact on the lives of Warner Pacific students and the greater Portland community.”

For each Act Six Scholar, Warner Pacific provides a scholarship, supplementing federal and state aid, to cover full-tuition for two years as well as room and board for all four years. These scholarship funds are raised entirely by Warner Pacific through grant awards and private contributions, such as the funds granted by the William H. & Mary L. Bauman Foundation.

 

Expanding opportunities for our science students

Warner Pacific is partnering with the Doctor of Chiropractic Program at University of Western States to offer accelerated entry into their chiropractic program.

Warner Pacific offers entry into Chiropractic programWarner Pacific science students can gain entry into the Doctor of Chiropractic program offered at University of Western States while finishing the requirements for their Bachelor of Science degree from Warner Pacific; obtaining their post-secondary degree sooner than others.

In December, Warner Pacific (WP) partnered with the University of Western States (UWS), located in NE Portland, for direct entry by qualified WP students into the UWS Doctor of Chiropractic degree program.

After successfully completing their first five quarters at UWS, WP students will receive their Bachelors of Science in Biological Science degree. This unique partnership eliminates one year of classroom time; saving WP students money and time when obtaining their Doctor of Chiropractic.

“Completing a bachelor degree while earning a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from a well-respected program such as the one offered at University of Western States is a terrific opportunity for our Biological Science majors,” comments Elizabeth DuPriest, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Natural Sciences and Health and Associate Professor of Biology at Warner Pacific College. “This partnership helps our students to flourish sooner, allowing them to begin easing pain and promoting good health in their patients faster.”

Benefits to Warner Pacific students:

  • Be admitted to the chiropractic program at University of Western States with all the necessary pre-requisite courses completed
  • Earn a Doctor of Chiropractic in less time
  • Save an average of $19,000 in tuition
  • Obtain a B.S. from Warner Pacific and a D.C. from University of Western States in less time (this program partnership will reduce the time in class by about a year)
  • Receive hands-on clinical training

University of Western States is a leading chiropractic research institution and the first chiropractic college to receive a multi-million dollar federal grant for research. It has the second oldest chiropractic educational program in the world; founded in 1895 by D.D. Palmer. UWS consistently achieves high scores on both U.S. and Canadian national board examinations.

Visit warnerpacific.edu/chiropractic for a list of the required course work.

Join us for Homecoming (February 12 – 14, 2015)

2015 Warner Pacific homecoming invitation image.Homecoming is a wonderful chance to reconnect with your favorite staff and faculty, check-in with former class mates and cohort members, and share what’s happening in your life.

Please continue to check back here for updates for the entire Homecoming celebration weekend (February 12 – 14, 2015).

Adult Degree Program Graduates…

Warner Pacific Adult Degree Program 25th Anniversary logoJoin us on Saturday, February 14, for two special events that will focus on celebrating the Adult Degree Program!

  • Professional Networking Event: enjoy a panel discussion with some of our area’s most prominent business leaders and get a chance to network with other professionals in your field. Liberty Mutual Logo for WPC Alumn page(Sponsored by Liberty Mutual Insurance.)
  • ADP Anniversary Celebration: join us for an informal reception to honor the staff, faculty, students, and graduates of the Warner Pacific Adult Degree Program!

Events start at 2 p.m. in the Egtvedt Dining Hall on the Mt. Tabor Campus (2219 SE 68th Avenue, Portland).


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360 Review of Dr. Andrea Cook

Dr. Andrea Cook, President of Warner PacificAs is required in the Warner Pacific Board Policy Manual, the Board of Trustees has completed a “360 Review” of the performance of the Warner Pacific College President, Dr. Andrea Cook. To facilitate this review, the Board engaged the services of Larry Large, Ph.D., a highly respected and experienced Oregon educator and former university president.

Dr. Large conducted personal interviews with a broad range of Warner Pacific constituents and he received insightful feedback from the faculty, staff, students, members of the Board of Trustees, and leaders throughout the Portland metro area. Dr. Large provided an extensive written report of his findings to the Board of Trustees.

The “360 Review” investigated and synthesized the judgment of Warner Pacific College stakeholders regarding Dr. Cook’s performance in her roles and responsibilities. The review provided constructive input that recognized her strengths and successes as well as areas for potential improvement.

The Board determined that the “360 Review” was both complete and comprehensive, thanking Dr. Large for his attention to detail and recognition of key professional measures.

“We are grateful for the attention to detail that was paid to this review” commented Steve Anderson, Chair of the Warner Pacific Board of Trustees. “Larry sought input and opinions from a wide range of people within the academic community of Warner Pacific, as well as others in the city, region, and nation who have observed            Dr. Cook’s leadership, and made an effort to identify her professional strengths and areas for development.”

Mr. Anderson stated, “As a Board, we are very pleased with this report on Dr. Cook’s leadership, both in guiding the College and in representing the College favorably in the city of Portland, the Church of God, and in the Christian academic community. In addition, we are excited about the direction she is taking Warner Pacific as she begins her second five year term as President.”

Social Entrepreneurship Seniors Begin Capstone Projects

Warner Pacific seniors in the Social Entrepreneurship program

Warner Pacific Social Entrepreneurship seniors Luwam Kahassay, Gimena Olguin, Anthony Sims, Kristi Gifford, and Emily Potts with Business Professor Dr. Roger Martin, Warner Pacific VP for Advancement Dr. Aaron McMurray, John Friese, Carrie Atkinson, Junea Rocha, and Warner Pacific students Thalia Garcia, Milo Lopez, Edgar Contreras, Ricky Ruiz, and Jonathan Hillis.

During their senior year, Social Entrepreneurship students identify a need within the community and create a small entrepreneurial business to meet that need (their Capstone Project).

On January 13, 2015, the 2015 Capstone Projects were presented in front of John Friese from Starve Ups (an entrepreneurial start up group in Portland), Carrie Atkinson from Sock It To Me (in Portland), and Junea Rocha from BraziBites. Students received feedback to prepare for the Capstone Project competition.

  • Luwam Kahassa – ArtCart, helping people engage their creative side
  • Anthony Sims – KooksLife, using business to help skateboarders
  • Gimena Olguin – UniMe, United Minority Entrepreneurs
  • Kristi Gifford – BU Fitness Wear, serving women 18 to 50 years of age who live motivated and active lives
  • Emily Potts – VEAS, using photography for people to see both the good and the bad of life

Each Capstone Project is made up of a team that includes the student, a Social Entrepreneurship Advisory Board (SEAB), community partners, and faculty members. This team works toward the common goal of creating free enterprise while meeting community need, providing students the opportunity to apply classroom theory to real life practice. By the end of the semester, the student and his/her team will create an Executive Summary, full Business Plan, and presentation of the project.

The culmination of the Capstone Project is a cash award for the best Business Plan, allowing students to become real-world social entrepreneurs by the time they graduate.

Congratulations Warner Pacific Alum Lacey Beaty

Warner Pacific Alum Lacey Beaty ’13 is putting her education to use as the newest member of the Beaverton City Council.

 

Warner Pacific Alum Lacey Beaty

Lacey’s husband Ian, currently serving in Afghanistan, watching his wife’s swearing in ceremony thanks to technology. Ian is also a Warner Pacific alum.

From Army Combat Medic to newly elected Beaverton City Councilwoman, Warner Pacific alum Lacey Beaty is using her gift of leadership to make her community a better place.

Benefiting from the focused immersion in managerial practices taught in the Master of Science in Management and Organizational Leadership program through the Adult Degree Program, Lacey honed her managerial skills, understanding of the influences of financial and regulatory pressures on management, conflict resolution, and transformational leadership.

“My master’s degree continues to help me almost daily. I lead high performance team, I train, mentor, and most importantly am a servant leader,” Lacey reflects. “Being a manager is a simple task; however leading with compassion and a servant’s heart is no easy task. I learned the skills necessary to lead from the front and take my team to the next level.”

When asked why she choose Warner Pacific’s Adult Degree program, Lacey had this to say: “I selected Warner Pacific for graduate school because it was the best fit with where I was in my life at the time. As a military veteran who joined the army right out of high school I didn’t start my undergraduate degree until I was almost 25.  Warner Pacific allowed me to keep working and attend school at the same time. It was challenge balancing work, life, and classes for 18 months; however it was the ultimate solution to the graduate school puzzle.”

On January 6, 2015, Lacey was sworn in to the start of her first term as a Beaverton City Councilor.

Lacey was a high school senior in the San Diego area when the tragic events of 9/11 happened. She was inspired to serve her country and joined the United States Army.  Trained as a Combat Medic, Lacey was deployed to Iraq in 2004.

After the army, Lacey sought out other ways to serve. She started coaching lacrosse at Beaverton High School. Now she coaches student athletes from kindergarten through college. She served as the Vice-Chair of the Beaverton Community Vision Committee and was on the board of directors of HomePlate Youth Services – Washington County’s only drop in center for youth experiencing homelessness.

Warner Pacific is honored to count Lacey Beaty, and her husband Ian, among our alumni. We look forward to watching her flourish.

Fall 2014 Dean’s List

The academic office at Warner Pacific College has released the Dean’s List for the Fall 2014 semester.

Students must be enrolled full time and achieve a 3.5 GPA to qualify. The list includes students from both the Adult Degree Program and traditional undergraduate programs. Those with an asterisk (*) earned a perfect 4.0 GPA.

4.0 Name City State
* Carrie Adams Portland OR
Sophia Agustin Kaneohe HI
* Mercedes Alcaraz Woodburn OR
* Lisa Alexander Battle Ground WA
Hinsene Ali Portland OR
* Kristen Allen Milwaukie OR
Ayde Alvarado Portland OR
* Angela Alway Portland OR
Jaime Ambriz Vancouver WA
Ruben Amezcua Las Vegas NV
Desaray Andexler Portland OR
* Elizabeth Andrews Kalama WA
Vicki Andrews Portland OR
Floria Arjomand Camas WA
* Kevin Armstrong Vancouver WA
* Melissa Armstrong Clackamas OR
Matthew Arnold Battle Ground WA
Miriam Ash Centralia WA
Kristin Ashenfelter Vancouver WA
* Caitlin Asher Portland OR
Guadalupe Astorga Ramos Woodburn OR
Stephanie Aulwurm West Linn OR
Wesley Austin Portland OR
* Abigail Autrey Portland OR
* Vanessa Auyong Mililani HI
Margaret Bah Washougal WA
Janee’ Baker Portland OR
Johnnie Ballard Portland OR
* Olga Barabash Portland OR
* William Barnes Vancouver WA
* Lisa Bartlett Kalama WA
Mable Bartlett Portland OR
* Tanya Batchelder Vancouver WA
* Bradford Batchelor Portland OR
* Dillon Battles Gresham OR
Rahana Bear Portland OR
Gabriella Begazo Buchanan NY
Allison Beisley Saint Helens OR
* Sommer Bellon Gladstone OR
Sabrina Bender Portland OR
Jamie Bennett Damascus OR
Terrell Bennett Sherwood OR
* Jacob Berg Vancouver WA
Hayley Bernick Portland OR
* David Berra Longview WA
Stephen Bessler Portland OR
Tina Bettger Milwaukie OR
Brittney Bevens Oregon City OR
Tiffany Bird Portland OR
Micah Birlew Beaverton OR
Joshua Black Queensland
* Lois Blake Vancouver WA
* Gregory Bledsoe Salem OR
* Madison Bliss Clackamas OR
* Darcy Blue Hillsboro OR
Ama Boatemah Portland OR
* Marchelle Bostic Gresham OR
* Robert Bowden Portland OR
* Deana Bower Beaverton OR
* Michelle Bowers Gresham OR
* Blaine Bradford Portland OR
* Kimberly Branstetter Gresham OR
Nicholas Brechbiel Milwaukie OR
Riannon Bresaw Vancouver WA
Yvette Briceno Cornelius OR
Holly Briggs Vancouver WA
* Brittany Brzezinski Portland OR
* Jonathan Bullock Tigard OR
Jason Bumgardner St Helens OR
Jay Busher Vancouver WA
Chelsea Bybee Estacada OR
* Michaela Byers Vancouver WA
Ashley Cade Saint Helens OR
* Lynette Caldwell Kalama WA
* Andres Campos Beaverton OR
Jennika Cappoen Milwaukie OR
Ryan Carlson Happy Valley OR
* Timminy Carlson Leaburg OR
* Sandy Carpenter Ridgefield WA
* Carissa Carr Lake Oswego OR
Paul Carter Molalla OR
* Almir Celebic Portland OR
Lily Chavez Gervais OR
* Mila Cherchenko Portland OR
* Christopher Choi Portland OR
* Whitney Christenson
* Katie Chupp McMinnville OR
Jason Clark Vancouver WA
Shelby Clayton Oregon City OR
* Kristen Coghill Sheridan OR
* Linda Colburn Vancouver WA
Andrea Coler Portland OR
* Kim Coles Beaverton OR
Lequeta Colford Gresham OR
* Mark Combe Portland OR
* Kathryn Conyers Portland OR
Ariel Cook Tustin CA
Mariah Cooper Portland OR
* Shauna Cooper Oregon City OR
Jenny Corrigan Tigard OR
Jesse Corrigan Tualatin OR
Andrea Cortese Clackamas OR
Megan Costello Battle Ground WA
* Valerie Couch Gresham OR
* Crystal Coutu Oregon City OR
Antranette Covington Portland OR
* Michelle Cowden Vancouver WA
Brianna Cowin Centralia WA
Matthew Cray Portland OR
* Shannon Cummings Oregon City OR
Nayomi Cunningham Portland OR
* Christopher Curry Vancouver WA
Terry Dahlquist Portland OR
Sable Dalton Bedford IN
Kelsey Davisson Tulare CA
* Kirsten Day Portland OR
Pedro De Leon Las Vegas NV
* Heather Degroot Vancouver WA
* Rochelle Degroot Bozeman MT
* Valynda Demel Sherwood OR
* Sean Diamond Clackamas OR
Daniel Dicarlo Clackamas OR
* Carmen Dimitras Portland OR
* Brycen Dodds Salem OR
Virgiliu Dolinta Portland OR
* Elizabeth Dominguez Hollister CA
Tam Dong Vancouver WA
Tonya Dorris Longview WA
Katelyn Douglas Gresham OR
Sean Downey Forest Grove OR
Casey Duckworth Portland OR
Sirrage Dughri Hillsboro OR
* Irina Dumitrescu Portland OR
* Danielle Durham Gresham OR
* Moses Dyson Portland OR
* Yvonne Edwards Olympia WA
* Christopher Ekerson Newberg OR
Aida Elezovic Beaverton OR
* Cerissa Farrington Portland OR
Julia Feeser Fircrest WA
* Stephanie Fernandez Nava Clackamas OR
* Alicia Finch Gladstone OR
* Camryn Fisher Beaverton OR
Megan Flamm Gresham OR
Lizbeth Flores-Romero Tigard OR
Jennifer Forster Vancouver WA
* Naomi Fox Oregon City OR
* Melissa Frach Portland OR
* Melinda Fraley Kelso WA
* Joshua Franklin Vancouver WA
Jason Friend Vancouver WA
* James Furns Oregon City OR
* Michael Gaddi Vancouver WA
* Danielle Galbreath Hillsboro OR
Victor Gallardo Molina Portland OR
Jamie Gallegos Olympia WA
* Ricardo Gallegos Portland OR
Kevin Gallivan Troutdale OR
Jill Galloway Vancouver WA
* Carole Gamoy Vancouver WA
* Alejandra Garcia Gresham OR
* Lisa Garcia Woodburn OR
* Maria Garcia-Perry Gresham OR
* Karen Garrett Vancouver WA
Aubrie Gatewood West Linn OR
Christina Gibb Estacada OR
Kristi Gifford Milwaukie OR
* Kevin Gilchrist Vancouver WA
Jennifer Glass Vernonia OR
* Ana Gonzalez Portland OR
Vanessa Gonzalez Portland OR
* Erin Graham Tigard OR
* Lyssa Greene Beaverton OR
* Travis Griggs Battle Ground WA
Rosita Gustave Portland OR
Ema Gutcher Bakersfield CA
Deborah Guyton Portland OR
Aidan Hackett Sherwood OR
* Melissa Hadduck Portland OR
Maurice Hale Sacramento CA
MacKenzie Hale-Schwendeman Gig Harbor WA
* Craig Hamilton Portland OR
Grace Hamilton Portland OR
Michael Hammett Vancouver WA
* Blake Harlan Deer Park WA
Haley Harn Newberg OR
* Angela Harr Banks OR
Patricia Harris Portland OR
* Christina Hart Scappoose OR
Felicity Harvey Newberg OR
* James Hastings Vancouver WA
Michael Hatch Portland OR
* Grayson Haugen Oregon City OR
Lori Haugen Gresham OR
Isaac Hawkins Springville IN
Alexander Hayes Damascus OR
* Megan Helm Chehalis WA
* Scotti Helmick Ontario OR
Jason Hendrix Beaverton OR
Kendra Henry Olympia WA
* Nathan Herbst Vancouver WA
* Nena Herbst Vancouver WA
Ashley Hernandez Petaluma CA
Cinthia Hernandez Beaverton OR
* Mary Herrington Portland OR
* Thomas Higgins Canby OR
* Kathleen Hiigel Portland OR
Jonathan Hillis Portland OR
* Rachael Hillis Portland OR
* Nicole Himes Portland OR
* Aaron Hochstrasser Sandy OR
* Jeff Hoffman Vancouver WA
Ione Holbrook Battle Ground WA
* Drew Holm Sherwood OR
* Carolyn Horsey Portland OR
Tasha Hoskins Oregon City OR
Trevor Hostetler Louisville OH
Jessica Hov Vancouver WA
Joy Howard Salem OR
* Ian Hurst Vancouver WA
Pota Idencio-Amataga Vancouver WA
Christina Ingram Vancouver WA
Andrea Irby Portland OR
* Paul Irvin Portland OR
* Kamille Irwin-Cordero Portland OR
Irma Isarraras Portland OR
Jack Jackman Portland OR
* Boston Jackson Portland OR
Daesha Jackson Phoenix AZ
Mickyla Jackson
Timothy Jackson Portland OR
* Kathryn Jacobson Portland OR
* Sarah Jarvis Gresham OR
* Kianna Jass Vancouver WA
* Toni Jefferson Vancouver WA
* Sarah Johns Portland OR
* Edward Johnson Vancouver WA
Femi Johnson Portland OR
James Johnson Portland OR
Jesse Johnson Great Falls MT
Larry Johnson Newberg OR
* Ann Jones Vancouver WA
* Quincy Jones Auburn WA
* Shaquwonna Jones Vancouver WA
* James Juengel Sherwood OR
Greg Kammer Clackamas OR
De’Wana Kashaija Vancouver WA
Aaron Keiffer Portland OR
* Virginia Kennedy Longview WA
Taylor Kern Gresham OR
* Christina King Vancouver WA
* Michael King Beaverton OR
* Trey Klug Vancouver WA
Natalie Knight Sandy OR
Ashleigh Konzelman Albany OR
Michelle Korne Vancouver WA
* Christi Krause Newberg OR
Jason La Carney Vancouver WA
Ashley Labes Gresham OR
Mychell Lake Beaverton OR
* Cali Lamb Camas WA
Shannon Lamb Portland OR
* John Lambert Portland OR
Brittany Landon La Center WA
Cathy Lara Portland OR
Brooke Larkins Damascus OR
Shayna Larsen Vancouver WA
Emma Larson Albany OR
Debra Latham Longview WA
* Jennifer Latu Portland OR
* Maribel Legaria Cisneros Woodburn OR
Charneal Lewis Portland OR
* Deborah Lewis Portland OR
Ramay Lewis-Dansby Oregon City OR
* Lance Lijewski Vancouver WA
Erica Linch Vancouver WA
* Glenn Linder Eagle Point OR
Rayssa Lira Renton WA
* Qing Liu Salem OR
* Lestan Loomis Troutdale OR
Jeannette Lopez Camas WA
Joseph Losk Portland OR
* Jennifer Love Salem OR
* Marsha MacDonald Corbett OR
Oksana Maksimov Woodburn OR
* Connie Maller Aloha OR
Iesha Mangum Vancouver WA
Allesandra Mangus Vancouver WA
* Katie Manwell Portland OR
Carla Marcoff Gresham OR
* Ashley Martin Vancouver WA
* Kawan Martin Vancouver WA
Carlos Martinez Canyon Country CA
* Adrian Mashia Portland OR
Johdi Masterman Milwaukie OR
Kiara McDonagh Vancouver WA
* Natasha McDougal Portland OR
Dustin McGuirk Portland OR
* Megan McInnis Clackamas OR
* Patrick McMurtry Vancouver WA
Toby Medford Portland OR
* Brenda Melby Damascus OR
Biruktawit Mengistu Seattle WA
* Gerald Messenger Clackamas OR
Bradley Meyers Troutdale OR
* Taaj Middleton Portland OR
* Theodore Mikaele Vancouver WA
Jennifer Milburn Longview WA
* Lloyd Milburn Wilsonville OR
Erin Miller Portland OR
Kai-Lynn Miller Portland OR
Robin Miller Portland OR
* Tracy Miller Vancouver WA
Blake Milnes West Linn OR
* Alexa Minasian Chatsworth CA
Darla Miner Vancouver WA
* Carol Mitchell Vancouver WA
Marcos Montas Portland OR
* Selena Montoya San Diego CA
Christina Moran Salem OR
* Samuel Moran-Lopez Portland OR
Christopher Morgan Albany OR
Bradford Morrison Battle Ground WA
Samantha Morrison Portland OR
Travis Moultrie Vancouver WA
* Kimberly Munden Portland OR
* Sean Musaeus Portland OR
Kimberly Muzatko Mcminnville OR
Sherrita Myers Portland OR
* Dana Nault St. Paul OR
* Jose Navarro Portland OR
* Benjamin Nelson Vancouver WA
* Jennifer Nelson Oregon City OR
* Diana Nesukh Portland OR
* Bailey Newell Lake Stevens WA
* Anh Ngo Portland OR
* Brett Nielsen Forest Grove OR
Keith North Milwaukie OR
* Nicole Oakes Beaverton OR
* Adam O’Bryan Vancouver WA
Michelle O’Connor Vancouver WA
Rachel Olague Oregon City OR
Nicholas Olin Portland OR
* Candaice Oliphant Vancouver WA
* Diana Olivares Portland OR
Denice Oliver Vancouver WA
Otari Oniashvili Camas WA
Melanie Osburn Troutdale OR
Jessie Osuna-Mondragon Portland OR
Malia Oswalt Damascus OR
* Austin Owens Portland OR
Kuali’i Pabro Tigard OR
Erin Palacios Gresham OR
* Kristin Palmer Happy Valley OR
Terry Pangle Portland OR
Robert Parker Portland OR
* Candye Parkin Sherwood OR
* Ryan Parks Henderson NV
* Thomas Parrotte Aloha OR
Heidi Patten Longview WA
Ylonda Patton Portland OR
Douglas Pearson Vancouver WA
James Peery Fairview OR
Louis Pellegrino West Linn OR
Antonio Perez Hillsboro OR
Mayela Perfecto Woodburn OR
Sherlyn Perryman Portland OR
* Ernest Petefish Portland OR
* Erik Peterson Camas WA
Melissa Peterson Vancouver WA
* Paul Petrone Oregon City OR
Danielle Pettyjohn Washougal WA
Katelin Pippert Portland OR
Terah Pitchford Vancouver WA
* Shannon Pittman Ridgefield WA
* Carol Popi Vancouver WA
Angela Posch Rainier OR
* Adler Pottebaum Portland OR
Zinette Pratcher Portland OR
* Wayne Price Vancouver WA
Renata Prihoda Vancouver WA
Joyce Pultz Portland OR
Pamela Quinn Troutdale OR
* Stacy Raney Damascus OR
* Laura Rattanasouk Oregon City OR
* Natasha Reay
Kristine Rebber Portland OR
Jennifer Reed Oregon City OR
* Stephannie Reser Hubbard OR
* Aaron Reyes Washougal WA
Jeffery Reznick Portland OR
* Myesha Richmond Portland OR
Kamichia Riddle Gresham OR
Caeleigh Rieger Kennewick WA
* Stephanie Riley Oregon City OR
Jayston Ripplinger Vancouver WA
Kelsey Roldness Vancouver WA
Kyle Roldness Vancouver WA
Tricia Roldness Vancouver WA
* Carlos Romero-Villalobos Estsacada OR
Nancy Rosales Moncada Vancouver WA
Latosha Ross Portland OR
* Jessica Routh Sandy OR
Heather Ruecker Vancouver WA
Sara Ruecker Vancouver WA
* Victoria Ryun Portland OR
Randi Salinas Portland OR
* Christina Salvitelli Portland OR
* Maria Sanchez Gresham OR
Zaira Sanchez Hermiston OR
* Kaelyn Sanders Vancouver WA
Kelly Sanderson Milwaukie OR
Erika Scarborough Portland OR
* Sarah Scarnato Wood Village OR
Mikkayla Schlamp Oregon City OR
Lindsay Schmidt Sandy OR
* Jace Schwartz Portland OR
* Todd Schwartz Ridgefield WA
William Seals Hillsboro OR
* Sharon Seifert Vancouver WA
Theodore Seifert Vancouver WA
McKenzie Seipp Portland OR
Whitney Senft Regina SK
Jongwon Seo Portland OR
* Jonathan Sewell Gresham OR
Nicole Sherriffs Salem OR
* Brandon Short Damascus OR
* Kateri Shrider Sandy OR
Bobbie Simmons Vancouver WA
Anthony Sims Portland OR
* Alexandra Sindorf Rockford MI
Gayle Singleton Vancouver WA
* Matthew Sluman West Linn OR
Ben Smith Battle Ground WA
Chantel Smith Portland OR
* Jensen Smith Damascus OR
* Jhaizmine Smith Portland OR
Jodie Smith Portland OR
* Lindsay Smith Portland OR
* Chad Smurthwaite Boring OR
Ashley Snoddy Portland OR
Danielle Solis Portland OR
* Melissa Sondergeld Bonney Lake WA
Roberto Soto-Zavala La Center WA
* Jennifer Souders Eagle Creek OR
Vivian Stanley Gresham OR
Andrew Stefano Vancouver WA
* Travis Stein Oregon City OR
Ernest Stephens Clackamas OR
* Jennifer Stephens Portland OR
Daniel Stratton Portland OR
Connor Streed Gladstone OR
Jillian Struck Milwaukie OR
* Vera Sumtsov Vancouver WA
* Spencer Sundem East Olympia WA
* Trina Swaja Forest Grove OR
* Abigail Sweeney St. Helens OR
Jessica Swink Camas WA
* Hannah Switzer Portland OR
Denise Taplin West Linn OR
Staci Tatum Gresham OR
George Taylor Portland OR
Kalah Taylor-Florence Portland OR
Brittany Teraoka Fresno CA
Amber Thomas Portland OR
* Cameo Thompson Vancouver WA
Timothy Thompson Vancouver WA
Jennifer Tina Portland OR
* Rosana Torres-Sinay Milwaukie OR
Julia Toscano Portland OR
Diana Tran Portland OR
Jacob Tront Battle Ground WA
Megan Tullis Portland OR
Anna Underwood Portland OR
* Deanna Upshaw Portland OR
Tahliba Upton Vancouver WA
* Jennifer Utterback Vancouver WA
Ashley Valencia Gresham OR
* Morgan Valentine Tigard OR
* Teresa VanVoorst Portland OR
Chelsea Villamor La Grande OR
* Vladan Vlaski Portland OR
Kyler Vogt Ontario OR
Ekaterina Volkov Portland OR
Elizabeth Vonau Washougal WA
* Jessie Vonbargen Chehalis WA
Phai Vue Gresham OR
* Lauren Waits Portland OR
* Brenda Walker Gresham OR
* Jennifer Walker Portland OR
Michael Walker Hillsboro OR
Rachel Wallace Kelso WA
Michelle Wanless Portland OR
Brooke Warner Vancouver WA
* Katelynn Warren Portland OR
* Keely Warren Vancouver WA
Irma Wassermann Portland OR
Andrew Watts Vancouver WA
* Ashley Weber Milwaukie OR
Jesse Weber Milwaukie OR
Sharla Weber Hood River OR
Casey Weedman Gresham OR
Olivia Welch Boring OR
* Bree West Gresham OR
* Kendra Wetter Tigard OR
Tuyen Whitaker Portland OR
Cheryl White Battle Ground WA
Jacob White-Duong Portland OR
* Jordan Wilcox Prineville OR
Rashida Willard Battleground WA
Nicole Willers Milwaukie OR
* Ashley Williams Portland OR
Kenneth Williams Vancouver WA
Charlotte Wilson Vancouver WA
Jackline Wilson Boring OR
Kimonti Wilson Portland OR
* Craig Winbush Vancouver WA
* Anna Winslow West Linn OR
Kyle Wirkkala Longview WA
* Clark Wolfe Portland OR
* Gabriella Wolpert Portland OR
Christina Womack Vancouver WA
* Florence Wood Portland OR
Beth Woodard Cornelius OR
Nicole Worthington Troutdale OR
* Hannah Wright Oregon City OR
Sara Zea Portland OR