Jane Padgett is the Business Integrity Coordinator, Community Development Coordinator, and Volunteer Program Manager for the Oregon Department of Human Service.
She has worked for the department since 1992 and has more than 30 years of professional experience.
Megan Gomeza works for Valley Family Healthcare. She has worked in rural frontier mental health since 2006 at Lifeways and Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, and is a Malheur County native.
Megan holds an Bachelor's Degree in General Agriculture, and a Masters’ of Social Work from NNU with a focus on Management, Community Planning, and Public Administration.
Cathy Yasuda is the Executive Director for the Treasure Valley Community College Foundation. She has a long history with TVCC starting 25 years ago as the Public Information Director. Prior to working at the college, Ms. Yasuda worked in the print, radio and TV industry for about 10 years. She serves on numerous community Boards and Committees and has fundraised in the non-profit sector for over 20 years.
Ms. Yasuda has a Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunications and Speech from the University of Oregon.
Lynsey Todd works at St. Alphonsus as the Director of Finance. She received her MBA and BBA from Boise State University.
Tracy Buster works at the Malheur County Health Department.
Barb Higinbotham is the Executive Director of Community in Action. she has worked in private and public non-profit organizations for over 25 years.
Barb is a Treasure Valley Community College alumni.
David Armstrong work for Malheur Federal Credit Union in their Information Technology Department. Previously, he has held positions as Executive Director of Tri-County Love INC and Ministry Assistant at a local church.
David holds a BBS in Biblical Studies from Calvary Chapel Bible College.
Joe Recla is the Executive Director of Four Rivers Health Care (FRHC). He is also a founding member of 4RHC and the founder of Community Building Supply, a retail arm of FRHC. Joe owns Commercial and Residential Rental Property and has 38 years of retail experience.
Joe holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a teaching certificate from Boise State. He is an Ontario native – born at Holy Rosary Medical Center - former member of the Idaho Army National Guard, Ontario High School graduate and Treasure Valley Community College alumni.
Kelly Poe, Malheur County Education Service District, is a longtime community member. She is actively involved in two, local collective impact initiatives: Poverty to Prosperity and Cradle to Career.
Kelly is the former director of the Malheur County Commission on Children and Families.
Tim Heinz is the CEO of Valley Family Health Care. He works tirelessly to improve the health outcomes in Eastern Oregon and the West Treasure Valley.