Oregon

Jeremy FiveCrows

Jeremy has worked in CRITFC’s Public Information Office for 24 years in a variety of positions and roles. He is currently the Communications Director, tasked with helping shape and disseminate external and internal communications for the organization. He is responsible for maintaining the organization’s website, social media presence, media relations, and communications with tribal fishers and tribal members both on- and off-reservation.

Jeremy FiveCrows
None
Portland, OR

Jillene Joseph

Jillene Joseph (Aaniiih) raised four children and a nephew for many years as a single mother and now is in a beautiful and healthy relationship. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in community health education and is currently the Executive Director for the Native Wellness Institute, a national non-profit organization that she and a handful of others founded in 2000.

Jillene Joseph
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Portland, OR

Precious Bugarin

Precious Bugarin is a creative director and educator. For over 25 years she’s used design as a language for equity to connect nonprofits to supporters, students to design aspirations, entrepreneurs to bigger audiences and diverse voices through creative events. Her experience as a first generation Filipino American, small business owner, teacher and mother have highly informed her work. She’s collaborated with numerous organizations and businesses including: the City of Portland, Council, Design Portland, Instrument, Mercy Corps, Nike, NWRESD, PBOT and Write Around Portland among others.

Precious Bugarin
None
Portland, OR

Kayin Talton-Davis

Creator and innovator Kayin Talton Davis’s work centers around her passion for fusing art grounded in Black heritage and culture with graphic design, mechanical engineering, community building and education. Known for her vibrant color palettes and unique aesthetic, Talton Davis founded Soapbox Theory™ in 2001, with the mission of “Cultivating Black Joy™.”

Kayin Talton-Davis
None
Portland, OR

Cleo Davis

Cleo Davis is currently an artist-in-residence at the City of Portland Archives, co-Artist of the Historic Black Williams Art Project and the Alberta Street Black Heritage markers. Davis combines disciplines of cultural and creative arts while utilizing design, historic preservation, economic development and city policy.

Cleo Davis
None
Portland, OR

Robin Abad Ocubillo

Robin Abad Ocubillo is a dedicated public servant with a passion for civic innovation in public space design, planning, evaluation, and policy. He is currently Director of Shared Spaces San Francisco, helping communities leverage the public realm for economic recovery, civic and psychological wellbeing. He has extensively developed research methods and metrics for human-use evaluation of public spaces, manages the City’s Public Space - Public Life Program, and is co-author of the Global Public Life Data Protocol.

Robin Abad Ocubillo
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Portland, OR

Andee Hess

Andee Hess is the founder of interior design firm Osmose Design, based in Portland, Oregon. With an all-encompassing design approach—custom furniture and lighting are regular extensions of her work- Osmose continuously collaborates with new artisans and industries. Architectural Digest calls Andee “Portland’s Secret Design Weapon,” and her work is featured in T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Interior Design, Wallpaper*, Dwell, Metropolis, and numerous social outlets.

Learn more about Osmose Design here

Andee Hess
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Portland, OR

Britt Howard

Britt Howard is the Owner & Founder of Portland Garment Factory (PGF), an award-winning, full-service soft goods manufacturing company bridging design and production with experiential marketing installations, soft sculpture, high-end custom garments and more. When Britt launched PGF in 2008 at age 25, she was looking for a way to make things for herself—mainly sculpture and clothing—while cultivating a creative artists’ hub.

Britt Howard
None
Portland, OR

Alper Yurtseven

Alper Yurtseven, SEGD, IDSA

Alper Yurtseven, SEGD, IDSA is a senior experiential graphic designer and project manager at Mayer/Reed in Portland, Oregon. His work is focused on signage and wayfinding design for PDX Next, a major renovation and expansion of the Portland International airport spanning multiple architectural teams and construction companies. With a background in industrial design, he brings to his work both a creative and technical understanding of form giving.   

Alper Yurtseven
Mayer/Reed
Portland

Kathy Fry

Kathy Fry is the 2022 SEGD President and has served on the SEGD Board since 2016. She is a Principal at Mayer/Reed in Portland, Ore.

Kathy directs visual communications services in the design of signage, wayfinding, interpretive and branded spaces for civic, recreation, transportation, cultural, healthcare, education, mixed-use and corporate settings.

Kathy Fry, Mayer/Reed, 2021 SEGD Vice President
Mayer/Reed
Portland

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