Melissa Castleberry-Martin is the Treasurer for SA PDX. She has a lifelong passion for helping others, especially supporting individuals during tough life transitions. She has worked as an advocate for survivors of assault, with at-risk youth, and currently works in higher education. She holds a Bachelor degree in Psychology and a Master degree in Public Administration. She sees Sunday Assembly as a great place to build meaningful connections with others and to marvel at the wonders of nature.
Ann Moses is the Interim President for SA-PDX. She was a public high school history teacher in the Chicago area for 23 years before moving to Oregon. Currently, Ann and her family are starting up a small organic farm and orchard. A lifelong skeptic, Ann feels like Sunday Assembly is home. Her goal is to create opportunities for people in the Sunday Assembly community to get involved and help others. Also, to have fun with a great bunch of interesting people.
Andrew Robinson is a member-at-large for SA PDX. He is a long time public school teacher and amateur promoter of rational thoughts in an often not-so-rational world. Having spent much of his childhood in the Deep South, he's pretty sure that Carl Sagan saved him through the t.v. one Sunday in 1980.
Katy Solovewicz is the Chair for SA-PDX. Katy originally hails from Indiana, but after exploring the world has decided that Portland is where she is meant to be. Professionally, her background consists of education, business, and serving others. Personally, her background consists of dancing to some funky beats, baking up some sugary treats, and chasing after tiny feets. She identifies as a ENFJ/P, a 9 on the Enneagram, and a Hufflepuff. Katy sees Sunday Assembly as a beautiful way for people to give back to the world, while receiving family and community in return.