Debra Dority, JD, Attorney Oregon Law Center, Chair of the Board, Board Governance Committee.
I joined the Sexual Assault Resource Center board because sexual assault is an epidemic and SARC provides the necessary support and assistance to help victims of sexual assault become survivors. SARC does amazing work and I am proud to say I am a member of the board of directors. Member since 2009.
Eleanor Laws, JD, Administrative Law Judge with the National Labor Relations Board, Vice Chair of the Board, Board Governance Committee
I choose to serve on SARC’s board because I want to use my legal training and skills beyond earning my paycheck. If my service helps SARC function more smoothly, this enables the volunteers and dedicated employees of SARC to help survivors heal and ultimately achieve their goals. I serve because I am able to, and that is a privilege. I hope SARC can help survivors reach this same place and beyond. Member since 2012.
Tim Roberts, Police Captain Beaverton Police Department, Board Governance Committee
With nearly 26 years of local law enforcement experience in Washington County, I have been very aware of the workSARC has done. When I was asked about working with an organization outside the police department, SARC was the obvious answer. I am grateful for the work SARC does with victims, and continually impressed with the efforts of so many people who volunteer their time. SARC’s ability to sustain their service to our communities for so many years speaks to their professional approach and a willingness to adapt to the current needs of victims. While I wish there was not need for such service, I am glad to be able to participate with such an organization. Member since 2012.
Tyler Reimann,CPA, Property Management Accountant, Chair of the Finance Committee
I chose to serve on SARC’s board because I believe strongly in advocating for the rights of survivors of sexual assault. This organization has a strong reputation of standing with survivors in their time of need, while expecting nothing in return. SARC addresses sexual assault as a public health problem that is larger than any one incident and I am proud to stand behind that message. Member since 2012.
Heidi Pollard-Hermann, MA, MSN, Labor & Delivery RN, Board Secretary, Board Development Committee
My background is in working with survivors of human trafficking and CSEC. Through volunteering with SARC, I’m able to join in the amazing work taking place to prevent and bring solutions to fighting sexual violence in the community. SARC is on the front lines providing compassionate care to survivors of all forms of sexual assault. I’m passionate about creating opportunities for others to give and participate in their ongoing work! Member since 2012.
Deanna Seibold, Project Manager, Capitol One, Board Development Committee
I am honored to work with SARC in the mission to promote social justice to eliminate sexual violence in our community. Serving on the Board gives me the gift of contributing to what SARC does with great effect: advocacy, education and support. I am inspired by the dedication and passion of staff, volunteers and my fellow Board members. I serve because I feel it is my responsibility to do so – for myself, for my family and for my community and I am proud to do so with SARC. Member since 2013.
Stacie F. Beckerman, JD, United States Attorney’s Office, Federal Prosecutor and Sex Trafficking Crimes Coordinator, Board Governance Committee
I joined the Sexual Assault Resource Center’s Board of Directors because I meet survivors of sexual violence and commercial sexual exploitation every day in my role as a federal prosecutor, and I want to do everything I can to assist these survivors heal, and thrive. I am dedicated to SARC’s mission to end the sexual violence that plagues our communities.
Sunyi Kim, Executive Producer, Board Development Committee
I am committed to the success of SARC’s goals, vision and messaging by bringing my marketing and communications background to the table. I’m honored to have been asked to serve on this board. I chose this non-profit because of the invaluable and necessary work SARC does in helping victims of sexual assault and sex trafficking in the communities in which I live, work, and play.