Join the Government and Economic Affairs Committee for their monthly lunch meeting at Old Chicago Pizza. The GEACs meet every 4th Monday of the month.
The Chamber Development Committee is responsible for growing/branding the Chamber and increasing member benefits. New committee members are always welcome! This meeting is open to all EPCC members and will take place after the GEAC AM meeting every 2nd Wednesday of the month.
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Víctor oversees the general operations of the East Portland Community Office. His role is to bring vision and leadership to the continuing evolution of EPCO's programming, with attention to effectiveness, transparency, and equity. Four years ago, EPCO began an organizational transformation, as a commitment to service excellence, to create policy changes that would ensure programs and services are more accessible and inclusive to diverse communities in East Portland, while continuing to serve those engaged through neighborhood associations. During that period, organizational development work was led by staff with community input and support from the East Portland Community Office Advisory Committee. Víctor expressed how much he valued and appreciated the trajectory in which the organization was headed. In fact he shared that was precisely what interested him the most in applying for his position and what he is most excited about!
Coffee and breakfast goodies will be provided.
Coffee and meeting space sponsored by:
Join us for Happy Hour at the Lloyd Center Stanford's! Start the New Year at Happy Hour with your Chamber connections!
Join us for a K-12 Panel discussion with representatives for Centennial, David Douglas, Parkrose, and Reynolds school districts. As there will be four members on this panel, the meeting will start at 7:45 am.
Coffee and breakfast goodies sponsored by EPCC. Facility sponsored by Adventist Health.
Directions: We meet on the Lower Level in Education Room B. Go in the main entrance of Adventist Health's main hospital, walk down the hallway and take the elevator or stairs to the lower level, walk down the hallway toward the cafeteria, we are on the right and you will see a Chamber sign outside the door. Adventist Main Hospital Map
Central City Concern has been helping people end their homelessness and poverty for 40 years. For the past 10 years, it has had a small presence in East Portland. With the July opening of its Blackburn Center at 122nd & Burnside, it takes a major step in helping our community help those in need of housing, healthcare and employment services. Join us to learn more about Blackburn Center’s innovative model of care that is making a real difference in the lives of our neighbors. This member AM will include a brief presentation by the Center’s Director as well as a limited tour. Because Blackburn Center is a specialty healthcare location, please note that all Member AM attendees will be asked to sign a Visitor Confidentiality agreement. Please contact Kathy.firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to preview the agreement before arriving.
Rosewood Initiative and Human Solutions will co-host this Member Hosted AM.
Director, Development & Communications
Pronouns: She / Her / Hers
12350 SE Powell Boulevard
Portland, OR 97236
Title: Vision Zero
Presenter: Leeor Schweitzer and Christopher Sun
“Last spring we presented to the East Portland Chamber of Commerce about the NE 102nd Ave Safety Project.
As you may have noticed and experienced, the NE 102nd Ave Safety Project pilot was installed about a month ago. They have done some anecdotal tracking of the conditions on the street so far. This fall, mostly in October once school is back in session and everyone has had a chance to get used to the new layout, we will do a more comprehensive data collection effort for the pilot evaluation process.
The evaluation process will also include public input. We will open a survey for people to comment on their experience of the roadway in the fall. Once we have gathered the data for the evaluation, we would like to meet with various groups and stakeholders to present our initial findings, answer any remaining questions, and gather more feedback on the project. This round of engagement for the NE 102nd Ave Safety Project is to help determine how well the project addresses opportunities and concerns raised earlier in the project, as well as identify further opportunities and concerns. The feedback will be used to inform interventions or preserve a record of existing needs that can be addressed in future projects.”
The 2018 Turkey Bowl will be held on November 23rd from 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM at KingPins. This family friendly event is fun for all ages! Bring your family, friends, employees, coworkers, and potential new Chamber members to enjoy an early afternoon of bowling, socializing, and networking as we kick off the holiday season. This fundraising event for the East Portland Chamber of Commerce, a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization.
November 23rd | 10:30am-1:30pm
KingPins Family Entertainment Center
3550 SE 92nd Ave | MAP
Your entry fee includes two games of bowling, shoe rental, pizza, beverages, dessert and bowling prizes. Raffle tickets are available for $1.00 each. There will be many great prizes and a lot of fun!
No meeting. Happy Thanksgiving
Today's speaker will share what you need to know about preparing your personal taxes.
Join us in recognizing those who better our community and support our chamber at our annual awards breakfast.
University of Western States invites you to view their new facility.
Coffee and breakfast goodies will be provided.
East Portland Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization | PO Box 90186 | Portland, OR 97290 | 503-788-8589