Advisory Board

An advisory board consisting of prominent real estate professionals who have demonstrated their deep commitment to the Center by their contributions of time and financial support guides the Center's activities. Membership of the board strives to be as representative as possible of the many disciplines and specializations within the industry. This diversity and board access is prized by our students.

Advisory Board Chair

Kali Bader HeadshotKali Bader - Rembold Properties

Kali is a Vice President with Rembold Properties and her primary responsibilities are in acquisitions, financing and development management. She acts as the project manager for development opportunities and assists in the oversight of the company. Prior to joining Rembold, Kali worked for the National Office Partners Fund at Hines Interests. She also previously worked with a real estate office development firm, Chamberlin Associates and worked as a manufacturing consultant for Deloitte Consulting.

Kali is an adjunct Professor at Portland State University and is both a member and the Chair of the Real Estate Advisory Board at Portland State University's Center for Real Estate. She is a member of the ULI Product Council for the Portland region and is co-chairing the local Women's Leadership Initiative. Kali was the Co-Treasurer for Ridgewood Elementary PTC and has served in a variety of board roles at Fruit and Flower Childcare. She has a Masters of Business Administration from the University of California at Berkeley and a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of Washington.

Advisory Board Members

Mike Andrews - Structure Development Advisors LLC

 Over his 20-year career, Mike has shown an ability to identify opportunities and successfully execute complex real estate transactions that provide an important community benefit.  He is able to understand and communicate complex structures and ideas in simple compelling ways to a variety of audiences; residents, investors, general contractors, board members, neighbors, and elected representatives alike.

 His experience includes a range of project types, including: urban mixed-use development; public elementary school and head start facilities; homeless shelters; large-scale neighborhood redevelopment projects; and preservation of existing affordable housing.  He has overseen the completion of over $750 million in mission-based real estate projects.

Prior to founding Structure, Mike was the Director of Development and Community Revitalization for Home Forward, one of the country’s leading public housing authorities. Home Forward is recognized for their innovation, commitment to mission, and professionalism. While there, Mike oversaw all development functions and participated in the senior management of the organization.

Mike received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Urban Studies from Cleveland State University. He also holds an economic development certification from the National Development Council.  In 2010, the Portland Business Journal named him one of the city’s “Top 40 under 40.”

Frank Angelo - Angelo Planning Group

Frank is a founding Principal of Angelo Planning Group (APG), a Portland, Oregon firm that specializes in complex land use, transportation, and growth management issues in the Pacific Northwest.  Formed in 1999, APG has grown steadily from five to its current twelve employees.  Frank has over 35 years working with Oregon’s land use and transportation planning framework and extensive experience working with public and private sector clients on projects throughout Oregon.  He received a B.A. in Urban Policy Studies from Michigan State University. Frank began his career as a planner with Washington County, Oregon during the preparation of its first Comprehensive Plan, and served as Planning Manager at a local architecture firm, and an Associate at W&H Pacific’s Portland office. Frank serves on the Board of the Westside Economic Alliance (WEA) and as Chair of the WEA Transportation Committee.

Krista Bailey - Urban Renaissance Group

As Director of Project Management, Krista Bailey is responsible for the team effort to successfully execute new developments, re-development projects, major capital improvements and tenant improvements within the Portland portfolio of managed and owned assets. Further responsibilities includes developing & implementing strategic direction for the Portland office through strategic client relationships, employee mentoring & overseeing the delivery of financial results through projects.

Prior to joining URG, Bailey was Vice President of Project Management for CRESA, providing strategic planning and execution of large scale real estate projects for corporate users. She was also Development Manager with Shorenstein, overseeing ground - up development of Class A office buildings and acting as the liason and project manager of mulitiple first generation tenant improvements.


Molly Bordonaro - Gerding Edlen

Molly Bordonaro has more than 15 years of commercial real estate experience including transactions, financing and fund management. Prior to joining GEDI, Ms. Bordonaro was a Principal in the Portland office of The Gallatin Group, securing public financing for large private-public real estate projects. Concurrently, she was a co-founding director of an investment fund specializing in the financing of real estate developments in low and moderateincome areas. From 2005–2009 Ms. Bordonaro served as the United States Ambassador to the Republic of Malta, becoming the first American diplomat to receive Malta’s highest medal of honor for her significant contributions to Malta and the Mediterranean region. She has also served as a member of the U.S. Congressional Commission on the Advancement of Women in Science and Technology and a director of the Fannie Mae Corporation. Ms. Bordonaro earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Colorado. 

John Bushnell - Fidelity National Title

With 25 years in serving commercial clients in title and escrow services, John Bushnell is responsible for client service for commercial brokers, developers, attorneys, lenders, and investors. He is a member of NAIOP, the leading organization for developers, owners and investors of office, industrial, retail and mixed-use real estate.

Originally from Indiana, he studied finance at the University of Oregon. His community involvement includes St. Mary’s Home for Boys and the Portland State University Center for Real Estate Advisory Board. He is also a member of the University Club of Portland and Portland Golf Club. Prior to working with commercial clients, he was in sales for pharmaceutical companies.In addition to cooking and golf, he enjoys spending time with his daughter.

Graham Chernoff - Cumberland Holdings, LLC

Graham Chernoff services as President and is responsible for acquisition, asset management, and investor relations functions for Cumberland Holdings.  He has over 20 years experience in the acquisition and financing of all types of income producing real estate.  Prior to forming Cumberland Holdings, Graham previously held acquisition and management positions at Invesco Real Estate, Acacia Capital Corporation, and the Matteson Companies.  His acquisition and asset management background includes $750 million in value-add multifamily investments on the behalf of several private and institutional investors including:  BlackRock, CALSTERS, Principal Global, and ING.  Prior to his acquisition experience, Graham spent 5 years in the commercial real estate finance sector working for institutional lenders such as Bank of America and Nomura Securities. His finance experience includes originating and underwriting: construction loans, bridge loans, CMBS loans, Fannie Mae DUS loans, mezzanine and preferred equity investments.

Graham received of Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California.  He is a past Board Member of both Belden Real Estate Club and Rebuilding Together San Francisco, an advisor to Junior Achievement, and a guest lecturer at the Portland State University Masters in Real Estate Program. Graham is a native of Portland, Oregon and currently resides in San Francisco, CA.

Matt Cole - Shorenstein

In his 20 year real estate career Matt Cole has held a variety of leadership positions. He started at Wyse Investment Services Company in Portland, Oregon. Following his tenure at Wyse, he worked on the industrial and office portfolio for Spieker Properties as a Project Manager. He continued to work on many of the same assets for Equity Office Properties serving as the Managing Director of Leasing. Mr. Cole currently oversees the regional leasing of the 4.3 million square feet Shorenstein portfolio in Portland, Oregon. He is a past president of the Oregon Club of Portland, and member of the NAIOP Oregon Board of Directors. He also volunteers on the finance committee for the United Way of the Columbia-Willamette. Mr. Cole graduated from the University of Oregon in 1994 with degrees in both Finance and Management.

Casey Davidson - HFF 

Casey Davidson is a Managing Director in the Portland office of HFF with 23 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry.  He is primarily responsible for originating debt and structured finance transactions throughout the Pacific Northwest and focuses on multi-housing, retail, office and industrial properties.  Capital sources include the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), agencies such as Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, insurance companies, pension funds and banks.  Mr. Davidson joined the firm in February 1999.  Prior to HFF, he spent five years as an Office Sales and Leasing Broker with CB Richard Ellis.

Fred Gast - Polygon Northwest Company


Jamie Gaylord - Affinity Property Management

Jamie has been in the commercial real estate business for over 14 years, first starting as a commercial appraiser for Palmer, Groth and Pietka in Portland, OR. His career path turned towards commercial real estate lending as a loan and bank officer for M&T Real Estate, Inc. a subsidiary of M&T Bank based in New York. In 2002, Mr. Gaylord began his career as an apartment broker with Tilbury, Ferguson and Neuburg, Inc., specializing in multifamily sales ranging from 40 to 300 units where he closed in excess of $200,000,000 in transactions. Mr. Gaylord holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Portland State University and is a licensed Principal Broker in the State of Oregon.


Dave Girt - Moss Adams

Dave has practiced public accounting since 1981. He works primarily with real estate and construction organizations on taxation issues, including like-kind exchanges, involuntary conversions, tenancy-in-common arrangements, historic rehabilitation tax credits, and low-income housing tax credits. His practice includes transaction planning and analysis, IRS controversy, and income tax compliance and reporting.

Dave also consults with closely held companies on business acquisitions and mergers, business succession planning, partnership and LLC technical tax issues, and entity structural tax planning. Dave leads the firm’s Real Estate & Hospitality Practice in Oregon.

Jason Green - CBRE

Jason Green is Managing Director for Oregon and SW Washington, where he leads 160 professionals who deliverleasing, asset services, facility management, project management and portfolio real estate services in the region. A 21-year commercial real estate veteran who has been with CBRE since 2004, Jason is an established expert in the Portland market. He is well known in the local business community and is an active participant in civic and community activities. Jason began his career with Grubb & Ellis in 1995 after graduating from UCLA, followed by four years at Savills Studley before joining CBRE. During his 10-year stint as a top broker in the CBRE Portland office, Jason was involved in the sale or lease of over 3.4 million square feet of office space. With a proven track record of success, active leadership experience in the business community, and a focus on client-centric solutions, Jason is a respected leader at CBRE and in the local market.

Rob Hinnen - Cairn Pacific

Rob is a founding principal at Cairn Pacific LLC, a Portland company specializing in urban mixed use development. He has been involved in real estate development for more than 20 years in Portland and Seattle, both as a developer and as a real estate attorney. Prior to co-founding Cairn Pacific in 2014, Rob served as President of C.E. John Company, Inc. and as a Senior Managing Director for Trammell Crow Residential.  He has been involved in development of more than 5,000 apartments and condominiums.  Rob began his career in real estate as an attorney, working at Ball Janik LLP and Stoel Rives LLP.  He is a graduate of Harvard Law School and Whitman College.  Rob serves on a number of non-profit boards and investment committees.

Alex Joyce - Cascadia Partners LLC

Alex has over a decade of experience managing complex strategic plans, urban designs and development finance projects across the United States. This includes managing public-private development offerings, urban designs for corridors and transit stations, and financial analysis of zoning standards and development incentive programs. Alex's most recent work includes leading development feasibility analysis, site planning and due diligence for several public agencies interested in catalytic, public-private partnership development projects.

Alex's passion and expertise in design and finance are the driving forces in his work. His approach is rooted in the philosophy that a successful project needs both the vision to inspire excitement and buy-in, but also the pragmatic, financial strategy to actually get built.

Alex has Master's Degrees in both Urban Planning and Design, and Commercial Real Estate Development. He is AICP certified by the American Planning Association and a member of the Urban Land Institute. Alex is active in Portland civic life and enjoys spending time high in the Cascade Mountains hiking and snowboarding.

Sue Kerns - ZGF Architects

Sue Kerns, a Principal in the Portland office, was drawn to interior design for the opportunity to solve problems and to create exciting interior environments for a building’s occupants. With 35 years of experience, Sue’s body of work includes establishing the detailing, color palette, furnishings, materials, and finishes for corporate offices, higher education buildings, healthcare facilities, libraries, conference centers, and athletic clubs. She works closely with clients to understand their goals and to provide them with original and imaginative environments that foster collaboration and increase efficiency, while enhancing user satisfaction. Inspired by creative and motivated individuals, Sue seeks them out in her travels, endeavoring to gain new perspectives in different environments. Her recent work with the Port of Portland Headquarters and Twelve | West Building, both LEED-Platinum certified projects, has resulted in multiple national honors, including the American Institute of Architects COTE Top Ten Green Project Award and the International Interior Design Association / Metropolis Magazine Smart Environments Award. Sue received a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

Jim Kilpatrick - Fortis Construction

After graduating from the UC Davis Civil Engineering program, Jim spent the first two decades of his career working for two major contractors in the San Francisco Bay area. He then moved to Portland with the opportunity to escape California and open an office for a national contractor during the Silicon Forest heyday. When the timing was right, Jim and his business partners founded Fortis Construction in 2003—out of a garage.

Today, Portland-based Fortis Construction is one of the largest contractors in Oregon. The company has been recognized as a Real Estate and Development Top 10 Most Admired Company, Engineering-News Record  Top 100 Contractor, and one of the 10 largest private companies in Oregon. With a strong focus on company culture and core values, Fortis has also been ranked as high as the #3 Best Company to Work for in Oregon by Oregon Business.

 Jim is deeply involved with the local community, serving on the boards of Catholic Charities, the Blanchet House, Edison High School and the PSU Center for Real Estate. Aside from running a business and serving on boards, he and his wife are currently putting three of their four children through college.

Steven Klein - Kidder Matthews

Steven has over 32 years of experience in commercial real estate sales and leasing, development, and property management. Steven primarily specializes in industrial and flex properties.

Prior to joining Kidder Mathews, Steven was a Principal at Trammell Crow Company for nearly 15 years and later served as Executive Director of Insignia/ESG, Inc., managing all lines of business for all product types in the Oregon and Southwest Washington region. During his tenure at Trammell Crow Company, Steven was responsible for overseeing the Industrial Properties Group.

Steven has completed over 2.6 million square feet of industrial and business park development and redevelopment projects in the Portland Metro Area Market. Steven’s extensive experience enables him to work with owners and property managers to position their assets to increase the renewal and occupancy levels, in turn, increasing the value of the assets. He also has gained a thorough understanding of what is required to manage the transaction, while representing his clients’ best interest.

Steven has served as the President of the Oregon Chapter of the National Association of Industrial & Office Properties (NAIOP) and is currently a member of the Commercial Association of Brokers (CAB) and NAIOP. He is also a board member of the Riverdale School District Foundation and Kidder Mathews. Steven is a native Oregonian.

David Kotansky - Colliers International

David Kotansky is Managing Director for the Portland office of Colliers International. In this role, David has operational and financial responsibility for the brokerage and property management divisions for the Portland market. His extensive experience in both brokerage and property management provides valuable insight for Colliers’ clients and brokers alike.

With 24 years of experience in the real estate industry, David began his career with BT Commercial in Northern California, specializing in flex/office leasing and sales. In 2000 he joined RREEF, an institutional real estate investment company. By 2005 RREEF named David as Regional Director in charge of leasing and property management for the Pacific Northwest. He managed a staff of 40 professionals and was responsible for the management and leasing of over 19 million square feet. He served on the RREEF National EcoOperations Committee which was responsible for operational strategies related to sustainable and green initiatives.

David is a past president of the local chapter of NAIOP.

Senka Lenn - Cambia Health Solutions

Senka is the Director of Real Estate and Facilities Management for Cambia Health Solutions, the parent company of the Regence Blues Plans in Washington, Oregon, Utah and Idaho. After leaving a legal practice in Cleveland, Ohio, Senka started her career in commercial real estate as a tenant rep broker.

From there, she became head of real estate for a Cleveland headquartered global corporation – Figgie International - and then moved to South Florida to join Office Depot as a Regional Real Estate Manager. Senka joined Trammell Crow Company in South Florida as a Vice President in their Corporate Services Division and was promoted to a Sr Vice President position when she moved to Seattle. She moved to Portland after leaving Trammell Crow’s San Francisco office and joined her husband who is with OPB (Oregon Public Broadcasting).

Tim Mitchell - Norris & Stevens, Inc.

As President of Norris & Stevens, Inc., Tim oversees the firm’s commercial sales, leasing, and marketing activities, as well as being a member of the newly formed Executive Committee.Tim has spent the majority of his professional career in commercial real estate, with over 27 years of industry success. He has spent the last three-and-a-half years at Norris & Stevens as the company’s Senior Vice President, Director of Sales & Leasing, overseeing a 92% increase in brokerage revenues.

Prior to joining Norris & Stevens, Tim was at Harsch Investment Properties, LLC in the position of Senior Vice President, Acquisitions overseeing Harsch’s acquisition and disposition operations on the west coast. During Tim’s 10 year tenure, he completed over 150 acquisition and disposition transactions totaling nearly $2 Billion encompassing all investment product types including office, retail, industrial, R&D, multi-family, hotels and development land.

Steven Moore - Stoel Rives

Paige Morgan - JLL

Paige Morgan is an Executive Vice President in the firm’s Capital Markets Group, where she specializes in institutional investment sales and joint venture formations in the Pacific Northwest. Throughout her career, Paige has participated in more than 4 billion dollars of transactions across numerous product types including office, industrial, retail, and land.

Prior to JLL, Paige’s background includes five years with Pacific Real Estate Partners, Inc., and five years as an Investment Manager with regional developer Schnitzer West.

Mike Morey - StanCorp Mortgage Investors LLC / The Standard

Mike has been active in the commercial real estate finance and investment industry for more than 25 years.   He rejoined StanCorp Mortgage Investors in 2010 after more than five years as Vice President at Intervest Mortgage and Investment Company.  

Mr. Morey is the President of the Westside Econoomic Alliance Board of Directors in Portland, OR, and a member of the Portland State University Center for Real Estate Advisory Board.  He is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley.



Brian Pearce - Unico Properties LLC

Brian Pearce is Unico's Senior Vice President of Property Management. With twenty years of experience in commercial real estate, Brian is responsible for the performance of nearly 13 million square feet of commercial properties in the Western Unites States and a management and leasing team of more than 100 professionals. In addition, Brian is responsible for identifying opportunities to grow the Unico management platform throughout Unico's ten western U.S. markets.

Previously, Brian was Vice President and General Manager for the Portland area portfolio. Under Brian's leadership, the Unico portfolio in Portland more than doubled to 2.7 million square feet under ownership and management since 2002.

Brian has held positions in real estate brokerage, facility and property management, and real estate development nationwide. Brian received his bachelor's degree in architecture from Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. He is actively involved with BOMA, serving as the Portland Chapter's President in 2011 and is a member of the Advisory Board for the Portland State University Center for Real Estate and the Operating Committee for ULI Oregon. Brian serves the local community as a board member of Portland Mall Management, Inc. an organization that provides services and promote livability in downtown Portland.

John Petersen - Melvin Mark Capital Group

For the past 30 years, John Petersen has been an active community leader with a diverse background in corporate, legal, finance, credit, management and marketing of financial services at every level. He has established relationships with a majority of top-tier developers and borrowers in the region. Prior to joining Melvin Mark Capital Group, John spent nine years at CBRE Capital Markets/Debt & Equity Finance as Director and Manager or the Portland, Oregon office. He was also a Senior Vice President for Bank of America, Regional Executive, and manager for commercial real estate lending in Oregon, Idaho and southwest Washington. A graduate of the University of Oregon with a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics as well as the School of Law, Juris Doctor, John serves on several trade organizations and non-profit boards.

Bryan Powell - Lane Powell PC

Bryan Powell is a shareholder at law firm Lane Powell, where he chairs the Real Estate and Land Use Practice Group.  He focuses his practice on retail, office and mixed-use development, private/public redevelopment and seniors housing projects.  In addition, Bryan has broad experience in real estate finance, secured lending, workouts and loan restructuring, having represented numerous lenders and borrowers over the years.



Coni Rathbone - Rathbone Barton Olsen PC

Coni is an Attorney and Shareholder of Rathbone Bardon Olsen PC in Lake Oswego. She has practiced exclusively in Real Estate and Corporate law for over 23 years, 20 years of that at Davis Wright Tremaine. Coni’s practice focuses on real estate, corporate, LLC and securities law, mergers and acquisitions, and general business transactions. She has extensive expertise in representing tenant-in-common (TIC) sponsors and investors, having represented over 100 Tenant-in-Common Owner groups in commercial real property workouts with sponsors, managers and lenders to salvage owners’ investments in troubled markets. Coni is national leasing counsel for two nationally known telecommunications companies.

Coni has written numerous articles for various local and national publications on the subjects of TIC workouts and real estate transactions. She regularly makes presentations to real estate groups and is certified by the State of Oregon to provide continuing education credits for brokers. Coni has also been named as one of "America's Leading Lawyers for Business" in Real Estate (Oregon) by Chambers USA and Super Lawyers, for several years running. She is a member and 2011 President of the Oregon Chapter of the Counselors of Real Estate (CRE), member of the Portland Chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) and serves on the board of the Oregon chapter of CCIM.

Coni is a native Oregonian and is married to Dr. Gail F. Ott. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, children and grandchildren and relaxing at their lake house.

Jan Robertson - Norris, Beggs & Simpson, LLC


Jan Robertson is the COO and a principal of Norris, Beggs & Simpson Companies, LLC, a diversified commercial real estate services firm serving as the holding company for four wholly owned operating subsidiaries:  Norris, Beggs & Simpson Financial Services, Morrison Street Capital, and NBS Real Estate Consulting, and The REFF Group. Jan has been with NBS since 1981, and is directly responsible for the day to day operations of the NBS companies and supervises the administrative functions of the companies.   She became the firm’s first female partner in 1993, CFO in 2005 and CEO in 2011.  When the company reorganized in 2015, she subsequently negotiated the sale of their brokerage and property management divisions before stepping into her current position. 

She is a past president of the local chapter of NAIOP and a member since 2002.  She is a member of BOMA, the Commercial Association of Brokers, and the Portland Downtown Clean & Safe Board.  She is a current member of the International Women’s Forum and the Bizwomen Coalition.

Jan is an advocate for the arts and arts in education - including leadership roles in Young Audiences - and has served on the local affiliate board for 20 years, and the national board since 2000.  She is a founding member of the Right Brain Initiative.  In 2016 Portland State University’s Center for Women’s Leadership honored her with their Lifetime Achievement Award.  

Greg Specht - CEO, Specht Development Inc.

Greg Specht's entire professional career has been in real estate development and construction. Born and raised in Salem, Oregon, Greg attended the University of Oregon on a football scholarship, where he received first team All Pac-8 and All West Coast honors in 1972 as a wide receiver. He received his Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in finance, in 1973.

After a short stint playing football for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1973, and the Portland Storm in the World Football League in 1974, Greg worked for Pioneer National Title Company (now Ticor Title) in Salem, Oregon. While there he began developing residential duplexes, which eventually led him to leave the firm in 1975, to pursue full-time development activities.

Greg is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Jesuit High School, is on the Multomah Athletic Foundation Board, and also serves on the Advisory Board for the Center for Real Estate at Portland State University. Greg lives in Southwest Portland with his wife Roxanne, and twins Mathew and Madeline.

Sarah Stevenson - Innovative Housing

Sarah Stevenson joined Innovative Housing as its Executive Director in 2002. Prior to that, she was an attorney at Lawyers Alliance for New York where she represented nonprofit developers of low-income and special needs housing and specialized in nonprofit law and affordable housing development. Sarah's community development work experience includes positions with California Literacy Inc. in Los Angeles, CA and Jobs for Homeless People in Washington, DC. Sarah has a BA from Stanford University and a JD from New York University Law School.

Brigitte Sutherland - Perkins & Co.

Brigitte is a tax shareholder who joined Perkins & Co in 2005 and is one of the leaders of the firm’s real estate practice group. Brigitte has over twenty years of public and private accounting experience, including tax planning, research and compliance. She serves a wide array of clients in the real estate industry and has extensive experience with property owners and managers, real estate developers, and contractors, assisting them with the specialized services such as cost segregation, tax deferred exchanges and tenancy in common reporting. 



Bruce Wood - Foundation Real Estate Development

Bruce Wood is the Principal owner of Foundation Real Estate Development, a northwest development company. Prior to starting his own development firm, Mr. Wood served as Managing Director of Real Estate Development for Opus Northwest, LLC. Mr. Wood's real estate career also includes working/consulting for Harsch Investments, Trammell Crow Company, and Booz, Allen & Hamilton Consultants. Mr. Wood is a graduate of Baylor University and Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration. 



Ann Young - SVP and Oregon/SW Washington Market Manager, U.S. Bank – Commercial Real Estate

Ann is Senior Vice President and Market Manager at U.S. Bank in Oregon and Southwest Washington.  Ann is responsible for overseeing and managing the Commercial Real Estate lending team at U.S. Bank.  She also serves on U.S. Bank’s local Management Committee.  Ann joined US Bank in April 2009.  Her commercial real estate and banking career began in 1984 with Oregon Bank, Security Pacific Bank of Oregon and Bank of America.

Ann is involved in various commercial real estate trade organizations and currently serves as Advisory Board Member of Portland State University Center for Real Estate and the NAIOP Board. Ann earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Oregon State University. Ann resides in Wilsonville, OR with her husband and two boys.