Board of Directors
Kelsey Joined Madden Industrial Craftsmen fulltime in June of 2014. She works as the Corporate Operations Manager overseeing office procedures and recruiting for all Madden Industrial offices. In addition to her position at Madden Industrial Craftsmen, Kelsey manages and is part owner of Madden Marine Staffing. Kelsey graduated from Oregon State University and continues to be involved with Oregon State’s Austin Family Business Program. She is also active with the American Staffing Association’s Oregon Counsel and currently serves as the chair. She has a passion for the trades and bringing awareness to the career opportunities within the skilled trades. In her free time, Kelsey enjoys traveling and spending time with her family, friends and dog.
Georgie is proud to represent the third generation in her family’s local flooring and interiors business, Koeber’s Interiors. She takes great joy in helping people rediscover the love of their homes. Georgie is a Beaverton native, Southridge High School graduate, and later earned her degree at Eastern Oregon University in Business Management and Marketing. Her drive to serve the community is contagious. Georgie has a considerable history of volunteering for Beaverton and the surrounding areas. She has led donation drives for Home Plate Youth Services, Play Fit Fun, The Giving Bag Initiative, the Good Neighbor Center, and more. Supporting and connecting with other women in business is another passion of hers.
Georgie strives to increase member involvement with innovative ideas and events. She serves on our Leadership Beaverton board and chairs the Evolving Leaders committee. Aside from chamber work, she is a proud mother of two, wine lover, outdoorswoman, and retired college athlete.
Lisa was born in Sonoma, California raised in the bay area and while she is a California transplant, she has lived in the Pacific Northwest for over 20 years. She now calls Portland her home and favors the quality of life, trees, clean air and water, places to eat, shopping and enjoys being close to the beach with the beautiful outdoors Portland has to offer. With over 10 years of financial experience, Lisa has built her career in finance, philanthropy and a passion for her community. Lisa manages the Beaverton Town Square Wells Fargo in the heart of Beaverton aiding several consumer and small businesses within the community. She serves as a Director on the Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and is Co-Chair for our Women-in-Business committee inspiring networking opportunities empowering women locally. Additionally, Lisa serves as Chair for one of Wells Fargo’s Employee Resource Networks for Oregon where employees have growth opportunities and experiences. With housing being a top priority for our state, Lisa has written over $265,000 in housing grants on behalf of Wells Fargo for several housing foundations and enjoys volunteering with her teams when she can. During Lisa’s off time, you can catch her cheering for the NFL’s 49ers, and the Portland Trail blazers at the Moda Center, singing at a concert, or traveling anywhere she can scuba dive! Lisa believes everyone should have access to financial education as she and her team welcome anyone with questions about their business, personal finance, or how to get involved in the Beaverton community.
Since 1992, Roy Kim has served as the General Managing Partner of Central Bethany Development Company, a commercial real estate development firm responsible for the development of the master planned community of Bethany Village, west of Portland in Washington County, Oregon. The community consists of grocery anchored shopping center, apartments, office buildings, condos and townhomes, an athletic center and a senior living community.
He is an active member in the community, serving on numerous boards and committees.
Lynnette has lived in Oregon since 1995, and never wants to leave!
In 1992, she fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming an Elementary School teacher and has taught kids from kindergarten through 6th grade. When her son entered Elementary school in 2005, she spent those six years teaching and volunteering as well as being a member and president of the PTO. She continued to teach as well as volunteer at her son’s middle school until 2015.
In 2011 she had the opportunity to talk to a new and used LEGO store owner about franchising and after a year of convincing him, in 2012 Lynnette became the first franchisee of Bricks & Minifigs. Having no business experience, she jumped in with both feet and started a successful business on her own. She has recently just celebrated her 10-year anniversary for her store. Being a single woman owned business, building it from the ground up with no prior experience, surviving the economic crisis due to Covid and celebrating her 10-year anniversary, shows the dedication and hard work she has the spirit for.
Lynnette became a member of the Beaverton Area Chamber in 2019 and has been active in many of the social events as well as being a member of the Women in Business Committee.
Lynnette loves spending time with friends, family, and her kittens. She also enjoys traveling, photography, and long walks on the beach.
Dave is a business coach and owner of BusinessCoach of Oregon. His passion is to help fellow business owners grow their businesses and achieve their personal goals through it. He builds leaders of leaders through workshops and coaches in both group and individual settings. He has worked with hundreds of leaders for over 15 years throughout the U.S. He has been active in the Beaverton Chamber during that time, currently in Coaching Network 3.0.
Dave grew up on a potato farm outside of Klamath Falls, Oregon. In the corporate world, he helped Intel grow for over 20 years with contributions in engineering, manufacturing, finance, sales, and marketing. His education includes an Oregon Executive MBA and BS degrees in chemical engineering and biochemistry/biophysics from Oregon State University. Dave has completed service on the Board of Directors of the Oregon State Alumni Association, is past president of the Oregon State University Business Roundtable, and is a former Chair of the Beaverton Chamber Business Matters.
Donna was born and raised in Western Washington County and has chosen to make Beaverton her home for nearly two decades. She has a true passion for the community in which she calls home.
Having over 30 years of experience working with small and medium-sized businesses in our area, Donna understands the value of community and is passionate about building relationships both personal and professional. As a local REALTOR®, she is also keenly aware that investment in your community has a direct and dramatic impact on quality of life now and for generations to come. She believes that a healthy Chamber of Commerce is fundamental in catalyzing leaders to improve economic prosperity and they are some of the strongest and most fierce advocates of local business, in turn providing an essential voice for their community. When businesses succeed, communities succeed.
Donna is the Chair of the BACC Member Retention and Recruitment Committee, Co-Chair of the Evolving Leaders committee, and serves on the Women in Business committee. In her free time, she loves to volunteer, explore our local wine country, and spend time with friends.
Patrice Godfrey is a business development professional with many years of experience and demonstrated skills in sales, marketing and client development. As the Client Development Specialist at Moomaw Mesirow & Godfrey, Patrice manages all marketing and business development efforts. She is the face of the firm, representing MMG in the Pacific Northwest business community, as well as connecting with nonprofits and volunteer programs as a part of the company’s corporate social responsibility.
Patrice is a 2016 graduate of the Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Beaverton Program. She is a member of the Board of Directors for the Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce and the Business Advocacy Council, a member of the Board of Directors for TVW, Inc. which is a non-profit dedicated to finding employment for people with disabilities and a member of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce, where she builds strong relationships, supports the community, and keeps a pulse on the issues and opportunities facing local businesses.
Outside of work, Patrice loves to travel, listen to jazz, soul and R&B music and spend time with her husband, Frank and English Bulldog, Nola.
Andy Oldenburg has been a Beaverton community member since 2006. He is a commercial insurance agent at Paynewest Insurance located at Progress Ridge. Andy represents a great deal of local businesses through his work and is in constant communication with small to medium-sized business owners. Andy is proud to serve on the Business Advocacy Council of the Beaverton Area Chamber.
Andy also has 4 children in the Beaverton School District grades kindergarten through eighth grade. Andy volunteers for West Side Soccer Club as an age group coordinator and coach.
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