OCCUPATION: Multnomah County Chair's Office - Policy Advisor
OCCUPATIONAL BACKGROUND: The National Crittenton Foundation - Director of Policy and Programs; Multnomah County Circuit Court - Judicial Clerk for the Honorable Richard C. Baldwin; Key West High School - Science Teacher; The Pangaea Project - Board Chair; Roberta Phillip Scholarship Committee - Board Chair; Lewis & Clark Law School Harpole Scholarship Committee Member; Oregon Minority Lawyers Association - Former Board Member
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: Lewis & Clark Law School, J.D.; University of Findlay, B.S. Biology; Port Richmond High School
PRIOR GOVERNMENTAL EXPERIENCE: None
“Roberts Phillip has served on our Board of Directors for two years with dedication, loyalty and integrity. The organization has been extremely fortunate to benefit from her calm, clear-headed approach to problem solving, her strong, confident leadership, and her commitment to the low-income youth of our community.”
- Stephanie Tolk, Co-founder
“Roberta possesses the talent, intelligence and passion to make an excellent County Commissioner. She is genuinely dedicated to our community. Her years of service and commitment to Portland 's underserved youth has been inspiring. She represents the new brand of leadership Portland needs.
- Melvin Oden-Orr, Attorney at Law and community leader
As a Multnomah County Commissioner, I will bring strong, reasoned leadership to the Board as well as the ability and willingness to work collaboratively to solve the very difficult budget issues we all will continue to face. I am passionate about the need to engage underserved communities, and can count on my relationships already in place to create a clear understanding of the issues and to forge new partnerships with those whose voices are not already heard. I am intimately aware of the need for the valuable public services the county provides, and as a child, my family and I were on the receiving end of those services. It is my life's work to strive for equity and opportunity for all, and I hope to have the chance to do so as Multnomah County Commissioner for District 2.
- Roberta Phillip
(This information furnished by Friends of Roberta Phillip)
The above information has not been verified for accuracy by Multnomah County.