Lori Erickson is Curator at the Oregon Historical Society, a role she has held since 2013. She was previously the Curator of Collections at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry for 14 years. She completed her M.S. degree in Anthropology at the University of Oregon with a focus on Oregon coastal archaeology and museum studies, in 1997. She has curated over twenty exhibits including Comic City, USA; World War II: A World at War, A State Transformed; and Roots of Wisdom. She has also contributed to a number of published research articles focusing on both evaluation and visitor experiences in museums and archaeological research.
Jack Ohman (1960-)
A widely syndicated political cartoonist, Jack Ohman has played an important role in influencing political thought in Oregon. He was on the editorial board of the Portland Oregonian, where he was the editorial cartoonist for twenty-nine years, and has been associate editor at the Sacramento Bee since 2013. From …