Kevin Frazier is a native Oregonian, raised on the border of Scholls and Beaverton. He is currently in a concurrent degree program at the Harvard Kennedy School pursuing a Masters of Public Policy with a focus on digital governance/education and the UC Berkeley School of Law (JD with a focus in tech law). Immediately after early graduating from the University of Oregon in 2015, Kevin served as Governor Kate Brown’s Executive Assistant. In that capacity, he accompanied the Governor on trips around the state and helped restructure the Office’s digital presence. He then worked briefly for ECONorthwest and Children First for Oregon. Only dark chocolate and great hikes rival Kevin's love for Oregon.
Elizabeth Furse (1936–2021)
First elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1992, Elizabeth Furse represented Oregon’s First Congressional District from 1993 through 1999. She took progressive positions on many issues, including the rights of women and Native Americans, nuclear nonproliferation, and health care. By expanding the definition of “security” to include protecting …
Paul Hanneman (1936–2017)
Paul Hanneman served in the Oregon House of Representatives for more than a quarter of a century, from 1965 to 1990. In 1967, he played a key role in passing what became known as the Beach Bill, which ensured that the public had access to land between the first …