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Michaela joined the OLCV staff in July 2012. Most recently she graduated from Willamette University with a B.A. in Politics. Michaela has participated in several areas of Oregon politics, including the campaigns of John Kroger Jefferson Smith, as well as an intern for Representative Ben Cannon during the 2009 legislative session. Michaela is a Portland native and grew up in the Southeast neighborhood.
Phone: 503-224-4011 x 207
Development & Communications Coordinator
Andrew joined the OLCV staff in late February 2013. He has over 6 years of non-profit, administrative, fundraising and political experience, having worked for Basic Rights Oregon, the Oregon Cannabis Tax Act, NW Democracy Resources and most recently, Samantha Swaim Fundraising. A transplant from Upstate New York, Andrew earned his degree in Speech & Theatre and Gender Studies from St. Lawrence University. Proud to be an Oregonian now, Andrew cites a childhood love of the film Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and the book A Kid's Guide to How to Save the Planet as his reasons for working for the environmental movement today.
Phone: 503-224-4011, x203
Molly Baer Kramer
Molly joined the OLCV staff in 2004 and has over a decade of experience fundraising for conservation organizations. Molly studied environmental studies at the University of Montana and history at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar. During her tenure, OLCV's Annual Celebration for the Environment has grown into one of the largest political events in Oregon, attracting over 1,100 guests and raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for the organization. Molly also served as Interim Executive Director from July-December 2011.
Phone: 503-224-4011 x 206
Miguel is the second newest member of our staff, fresh at his desk from the campaign trail. A California native, he graduated from the University of Oregon in 2011 where he earned a degree in cultural anthropology. The following summer he found himself at the Bus Project, working as one of their Politicorps Fellows on a wide range of issues. After completing the fellowship there, he was selected to be a member of their Year of Service program. He comes to us from his work on the Our Portland, Our Schools 2012 bond campaign, where he worked as a field organizer and helped move the bond to victory for the first time in 17 years. In his off time, he's an avid writer, film buff, and fan of the outdoors, especially when it rains.
Phone: 503-224-4011, x208
Andy Maggi came to OLCV in late 2008, after managing the legislative races of Rep. Brad Witt, Rep. Tobias Read, and Linda Brown. Andy also worked for Congressman Earl Blumenauer on transportation and infrastructure policy. Andy has a degree in Environmental Ethics and Policy from the University of Portland and while there led students in the first sustainability audit at the University. When Andy is not working he is probably hiking, camping, listening to his record collection, or playing his guitar.
Phone: 503-224-4011 x 212
Mid-Willamette Valley Regional Director
Ashley joined the OLCV staff in March 2010, after volutneering as a Lane County steering committee member. Ashley graduated from the University of Oregon in 2006, where she studied political science and environmental studies. After she graduated, she worked as a campaign coordinator for a judicial race in Lane County. She also worked as the Lane County organizer for the Yes on Measure 49 campaign, and then as the campaign manager for the mayoral race in Eugene in the 2008 primary. She has been involved in local politics, and is excited to be part of the OLCV team.
Phone: (541) 968-8269
Doug joined the OLCV staff in December 2011 after more than eight years on Capitol Hill, where he held senior positions with two Members of Congress, including serving as Chief of Staff for former Representative Jim Marshall.
Doug has an extensive background in electoral politics ranging from grassroots organizing to managing multi-million dollar campaigns. He’s worked on both statewide and congressional levels and has won several competitive races. In 2006, Doug’s management of Representative Jim Marshall’s campaign won praise from the Washington Post’s political column, “The Fix”, which called the campaign one of the ten best incumbent campaigns of the cycle.
Originally from Northwest Indiana, Doug’s interest in conservation began at a young age while swimming near the steel mills along the Lake Michigan shore. He is a voracious reader and also enjoys hiking, rafting, and spending time outdoors.
Phone: 503-224-4011 x 211
Central Oregon Regional Director
Nikki joined the OLCV staff in November 2011. Prior to working as OLCV’s Central Oregon Regional Director she was a Sustainability Advocate at The Environmental Center, in Bend, where she managed The Green Spot's online and print directories, organized monthly Green Drinks events, facilitated elections education, and lead the nominations and selection process for the annual Sustainability Awards. Nikki received a BA from Oregon State University in 2005. She enjoys traveling, cooking, yoga, bicycles, dancing, playing in the snow and backpacking with her pooch.
External Affairs Director
Christy Splitt comes to OLCV as our External Affairs Director after serving as Legislative Director and then Acting Chief-of-Staff to Co-Speaker of the House Arnie Roblan (D - Coos Bay). She grew up in Chicago and Northern California before graduating from UC Santa Barbara with a degree in History. She then earned her Master’s degree in Education and became a high school civics teacher. After three years in the classroom, she decided to experience civics first hand by working in Oregon politics. After getting her start at the Bus Project, Christy served as chief legislative aide to State Rep. Ben Cannon (D – Portland) from 2007 to 2011 and helped launch Jefferson Smith’s race for Mayor of Portland. In her spare time, she coaches Lincoln High School's National Champion Constitution Team and spends as much time as possible exploring Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.
Phone: 503-224-4011 x 201
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