Carrie Kaufman has over 20 years of program management and resource development experience with community-based organizations, regional partnerships, and statewide coalitions. She is known for her ability to win community support, develop partnerships, and cultivate relationships that increase the capacity of organizations to fulfil their missions. Most recently Carrie served as director of development and communications with the Nonprofit Association of Oregon. Her experience in human services includes supporting individuals with cognitive disabilities while at Living Opportunities, Inc.; coordinating the Community Safety Net Program with Oregon’s Depart of Human Services; and providing services to victims of impaired driving cashes through MADD-Hawaii. Carrie has also worked to enhance the cultural vitality of communities through her roles with Britt Festivals, Salem Art Association, and the Hawaii Theatre Center.
A native Oregonian, Carrie called Hawaii home for 22 years raising her two sons there. Now living back in her hometown, she is committed to contributing to her community through volunteer activities and currently serves on the Clackamas County Cultural Coalition, the Lake Oswego Arts Council’s Gallery Without Walls (public art) selection committee, and her neighborhood board. She is a founding member of the planning group for Three Rivers Village, an initiative that will enable seniors to age comfortably in their own homes and communities. Carrie holds a Bachelor of Arts from Linfield College and nurtures her creative side as a mixed media artist showing her work in galleries throughout the northwest.
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