OK 10: Anti-Racism at Work
LeeAnn is a recovering corporate attorney and founding partner of Allyship in Action. She has served Central Oregon as the family law facilitator for the Deschutes County Circuit Court and was an active member of the state’s Family Law Advisory Committee’s sub-committees on court education and domestic violence. She also provided services to Central Oregon as the bilingual Spanish-English legal advocate for Saving Grace, where she led efforts to expand outreach and access for marginalized communities and provided anti-oppression trainings for domestic violence advocates across the state and region. LeeAnn earned her B.A. in International Affairs from the George Washington University, her M.A. in International Development from American University School of International Service, and her J.D. from American University Washington College of Law. She was a founding editor of The Modern American, a publication dedicated to diversity and the law, and is a certified anti-racism trainer.
I am the co-founder of The Haven, School Board Partners (www.schoolboardpartners.org), Cascade Relays, the Cascade Relays Foundation (www.cascaderelays.com), and Strengthening Central Oregon PAC (www.scopac.net). I am also the Chair of the Bend La Pine School Board, and on the Board of TEDxBend (www.tedxbend.com) and Oregon RAIN (www.oregonrain.org). I was born and raised in Bend and am deeply committed to ensuring our community is inclusive, innovative, sustainable and vibrant. I am mother to two beautiful little girls and wife to my best friend, Scott Douglass.
Mindy Aisling lives in Bend with her husband, a teacher at Redmond High School, and her teenage son, a student at Mt. View High School.
A long-time entrepreneur and previous business coach, Mindy brings years of expertise to the Downtown Bend Business Association, where she's been in service to the Downtown Bend community since 2015.
In her free time, Mindy loves long backpacking adventures, challenging mountaineering trips, playing board games with friends, listening to live music, competing in bar trivia, and like any good Bendite, drinking craft beer.
As Visit Bend’s CEO, Kevney Dugan is passionate about exploring and preserving Bend’s wild places. He enjoys trail running, mountain biking, fly fishing, and camping with his wife and kids. He’s been with Visit Bend since 2010, and has served as CEO since 2016. He’s beyond grateful to have a career that lets him share his love of Bend with Bend visitors and community members.
I am the Executive Director of The Haven. I was fortunate to have been hired a few months before we opened so I have gotten to see this whole story unfold. I have been a business owner and Executive Chef in my previous career.
I moved to Bend in 2003, and have served as the Executive Director of Volunteers in Medicine for the last 12 years. I was raised in very small town in Mississippi, and have an undergraduate degree in International Relations, and a Masters in Public Administration. My professional interests are in strategic planning, board and organizational leadership, health in all policies, and creating a better Bend. My husband, Mike, and I have raised 3 daughters who have all graduated from Bend-LaPine schools and are my proudest accomplishment(s).
I am the Executive Vice President at Mid Oregon Credit Union. My core values are integrity, excellence, knowledge, and work ethic. I believe in free market principles, individual responsibility, and independence.