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Pattie Carlin

Chief Financial Officer
Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN)

Pattie has over fourteen years of experience in nonprofit administration as well as formal and independent studies on issues of leadership, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Pattie has a passion for supporting and advocating for people and organizations in meaningful, strengths-based, and culturally appropriate ways. She has worked firsthand with communities struggling with digital inclusion and is excited that her current organization: NTEN: Nonprofit Technology Network is working to provide solutions.

When she’s not trying to save the world, Pattie is gardening poorly, traveling, collecting craft supplies that may never be used, and trying to convince her family that they need a dog.

Erin Hubert

Chief Executive Officer
Boys and Girls Clubs
of Portland

Erin Hubert joined the Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland as CEO in September 2012. She currently oversee six Club sites and school extension sites across three counties. She has previously served on the boards of directors of the YMCA, Oregon Health Sciences University, Oregon Partnership/Lines for Life, Governor’s Drug & Alcohol Taskforce, Start Making a Reader Today (SMART), Portland State University, and Warsaw Sports Marketing Center. She current serves on the boards of the Citizens Crime Commission (and is a past President), the Oregon Sports Authority, and the Positive Coaching Alliance. She attended the University of Oregon, and graduated from Portland State University in 1980 with a degree in Business Administration.

John Ng

Chief Financial Officer
Volunteers of America of Oregon

John Ng, CPA, CGMA is the Chief Financial Officer at Volunteers of America of Oregon, a Portland based not-for-profit that provides a range of supportive services to the most vulnerable populations. Prior to joining VOA, John was an auditor at PwC's Banking and Capital Markets group in Tokyo. John's other nonprofit experience includes legal advocacy for immigrants and low-income families in San Francisco. He also worked at a Community Development Financial Institutions Fund in Honolulu where he provided micro-financing services to local enterprises. John has a BA in International Studies and Japanese from the University of Oregon, and a Master of Accounting degree from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He volunteered as Board Treasurer at the Oregon School Based Health Alliance and as Budget Committee Chair at the Beaverton School District. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Oregon Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Vega Tom

Chief Financial Officer
Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA)

Vega brings thirteen years of non-profit accounting, finance and strategic leadership experience. She made her start as a construction bookkeeping while pursuing her Political Science degree at Reed College. Initially having dreams of traipsing off the East Africa (where she has deep roots with an adventurous grandmother living in Nairobi) to do development work, she found she had much to offer communities in the Portland Metro area. With numbers claiming themselves as her true calling, she made her start in non-profit at Hospice of Washington County in Hillsboro as a bookkeeper and human resources coordinator. In growing her leadership through numbers and supporting talented, mission driven staff, Vega grew in her roles to become Director of Finance for a non-profit daycare center and on to Chief Operating Officer of women’s empowerment organization World Pulse. Vega also worked with 211info as CFO and provided consulting services to small businesses and non-profits on financial systems, budgeting, human resources and strategic planning. She currently works for Native American Youth and Family Center as Director of Finance.

Vega is driven by a passion for social justice and equity. She is currently pursuing an MBA at University of Portland, with a focus on finance and sustainability.

Neville Wellman

Chief Financial Officer
Oregon Ballet Theatre

Neville Wellman is a seasoned management professional with over 20 years of experience in strategic planning, finance, and operations. As the COO of Oregon Ballet Theatre for the past six years and a consultant before that, Neville has managed or advised on all aspects of Finance, Human Resources, Facilities, and IT. He has been responsible for budgeting, financial analysis, contracts, policies, and processes, and has experience with collective bargaining agreements. As a commercial banker for 17 years, Neville worked in a number of areas that covered credit administration, correspondent banking, asset/liability and strategic planning, and team management. He also managed a portfolio of diversified clients with revenues from $500,000 to $200 million involved in international trade, seafood and apparel importers, air and maritime services, manufacturers, professional service firms, and nonprofits.

Marsha Williams

Chief Financial Officer

Former Project Manager, OHSU, School of Medicine. Marsha has over 16 years professional experience researching, writing, managing and coordinating over 15 research grants in academic medicine. She is first generation American and served for over 6 years with the Haitian Health Institute, in Boston, exposing underserved youth to enrichment and college preparatory programs as well as helping high school students navigate the college application process.

Marsha comes to Oregon from New York by way of Boston and resides in Portland with her husband and three young children. Marsha received her bachelor’s degree in sociology with an emphasis in health, law & society and women’s studies from Brandeis University.

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