Children’s Center, the only organization providing medical assessments and family support services to suspected victims of child abuse in Clackamas County, has recently added to its board of directors. Two of the three new members are from Lake Oswego and the third is from West Linn.

New members include:

  • Tom Malone, Lake Oswego, president and CEO, Routeware Inc. Malone brings skills in marketing, strategy, forecasting and administration, as well as a passion for the mission of the center. He has previously served on the board of Trillium Foundation and the Oregon Entrepreneur Network. His wife, Lori, has been an active volunteer at Children’s Center for many years.

  • Don Johnson, Lake Oswego, Lake Oswego Police Chief. Johnson has more than 30 years of law enforcement experience in California and Oregon, as well as 12 years of volunteer service with the YMCA. He will represent the local law enforcement community on the board, as Children’s Center works closely with many agencies to ensure children’s safety.

  • Troy Stoeber, MD, of West Linn, primary care pediatric care provider, Clackamas Pediatric Clinic. Stoeber joins the board with a background in leadership and pediatric experience. He also has had clinical experience dealing with issues of child maltreatment during his 10 years of practice in general pediatrics, and has recently been involved as a trainer of foster parents of children affected by methamphetamine.

    “We’re looking forward to incorporating these three talented members into our board,” said Terry Waddell, board development committee chair. “Their skills and expertise will round out and strengthen our existing group, and bring fresh perspectives and insight to our work.”

    The trio joins an existing group of members who currently serve on the nonprofit board (* indicates board officers) including:

    Russ Reinhard, Oregon City, chair, chief executive, Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center*

    John Foote, Lake Oswego, immediate past chair, Clackamas County district attorney *

    Terri Peschka, Portland, vice chair, general manager of Power Operations, PGE *

    Mike Weber, Portland, secretary/treasurer, partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers *

    Catherine Burns, Sherwood, professor emeritus of the OHSU School of Nursing

    Beth Carpenter, West Linn, retired forensic division lab director, Oregon State Police

    Angi Dilkes, Canby, vice president, Eames Consulting

    Tasca Gulick, Tualatin, community volunteer

    Sally LeFeber, Lake Oswego, community volunteer

    Ron Naso, Happy Valley, retired superintendent, North Clackamas School District

    Ken Scuito, Portland, director of marketing, Warn Industries

    Terry Waddell, Milwaukie, community volunteer

    Stewart A. Williams III, Tigard, senior vice president, Regional Treasury Management, Columbia Bank

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