Nan Heim

Nan Heim

Development, Communication and Marketing Committee Co-chairGov. Kate Brown’s Portrait Committee Co-chair Nan Heim, who grew up in Washington D.C., worked on Capitol Hill for Congressman John Dellenback. When Dellenback left office, Nan flew 2,000 miles for a job...
Dan Jarman

Dan Jarman

Dan is the president of Crosswater Strategies, a Northwest government relations and public affairs firm. He has lobbied at the federal, state and local levels for more than 20 years, representing a broad range of corporate, association, non-profit and public agency...
Hon. Philip D. Lang

Hon. Philip D. Lang

  On a spring morning in 1943, a 13-year old Phil Lang boarded a bus in Portland headed for Salem. Governor Earl Snell, a family acquaintance, had invited him for a visit to the Capitol. The two of them had a fine visit but that’s only part of the story that involved...
Steve Lee

Steve Lee

Although Steve did not arrive in Oregon until he was 3 years old, he still considers himself a native Oregonian. Steve began his career in public policy on the staff of the House Transportation Committee in the 1981 Legislative Session. His first day of work was also...