Anna Keenan-Mudrick is the Executive Director of Community Access Services, operating in Columbia, Washington, Clackamas, Multnomah, Hood River, Wasco and Clatsop counties, providing residential, community living, employment and day supports to adults and children who experience IDD. Her other affiliations include, but are not limited to, the following: President of The Arc of Multnomah-Clackamas, President and Co-Chair of the IDD Coalition, Board member of Community Pathways Brokerage, provider and family representative on the Washington County DD Advisory Board, Legislative Chair of CPAO, member of Oregon Developmental Disability Services (ODDS) Visioning Group, member of ODDS employment rate stakeholder group, member of ODDS employment rule group, member of ODDS employment Rate stakeholder group, member of ODDS Self Directed Option workgroup. Anna has served on the OTAC Board of Directors since 2013, and was elected President in February, 2016.
Burt Bogart is a retired business executive with vast experience in the areas of financial analysis and planning, and organizational process improvement. Burt received his MBA in Business and Industrial Communication, and has worked in Research & Development for Anchor Hocking Corp., Theo Davies Corp, and Caterpillar. His nonprofit experience includes board membership for Marion Polk Food Share and Temple Beth Sholom in Salem, Oregon.
Adam Ayers is the Executive Director for Resource Connections of Oregon, a Support Services Brokerage providing Case Management services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. He has worked in the human service field since 1993. Currently, Adam serves as Secretary/Treasurer of Oregon Technical Assistance Corporation. He is a member of the IDD Coalition of Oregon and Oregon Support Services Association, and also serves on the school board for CS Lewis Academy in Newberg, Oregon.
Stephanie Hunter is a Personal Futures Planning facilitator, Oregon Intervention Systems Trainer, Behavior Specialist with Opportunity Foundation, CODSN Board Member, and 2008 graduate of Oregon’s Partners in Policymaking. Prior to moving to Central Oregon she lived in Portland and worked statewide as a behavior specialist and workshop trainer with OTAC. In her “free time” she was actively involved on many diverse committees, advocacy groups, and PTA’s focused on improving outcomes in special education and ending the school to prison pipeline that disproportionately impacts students of color primarily, as well as students with disabilities, and students with mental health needs. Stephanie’s professional and advocacy experience has not taught her nearly as much as her daughter, who is starting to direct her own IEP services in middle school.
As of 01/242017
The OTAC Board of Directors is expanding and actively seeking new members. If you are interested in serving on OTAC’s Board, please contact the Executive Director, Paula Boga.