Kristen Mittal is our President. She earned a master's degree in biomedical engineering and works as a regulatory affairs professional in the medical device industry. In her free time she loves to hike and bike around Portland and has a special interest in personal finance.
|Mridul Mittal is our Vice President. He is a Geospatial engineer by profession and loves to travel. Mridul likes to engage with people from different backgrounds which helps him in his outreach duties.|
|Tiffany Newton, MSW serves as Social Media Coordinator for Sunday Assembly Portland. She grew up in Northern California on a ranch. Tiffany earned a BA in women’s studies and public relations from Humboldt State University and an MSW in community action and social policy from the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB). She currently works from home as a program coordinator for UMB and as the Managing Editor for the Human Service Organizations journal. Other descriptors include: life partner, intersectional feminist, bullet journal addict, cookbook hoarder, coffee craver, beer lover, rescue kitty mom, traveler, and obsessive planner.|
|Heather Ellis is our Membership Retention Coordinator. She is a grant writer at Oregon Food Bank and also President of the local Grants Professional Association (GPA). Prior to becoming President of the GPA she worked on membership retention as the Vice President. She is excited to bring this experience to Sunday Assembly. She has lived in Portland, Oregon for over 15 years and loves to write, hike, and travel.|
|Jeremy Knowles is our Treasurer. He works in lending and risk analytics. Jeremy taught economics and financial literacy to college students while earning his MBA at Washington State University. He is an avid board gamer and Ultimate disc player. On weekends when he isn’t gaming with friends, he is out hiking and exploring the beautiful outdoors that drew him to Oregon.|
Carlin Scott Secretary of the Board and Webmaster. He grew up in Oregon and went to Oregon State University where he received a degree in Computer Engineering. He has worked in Software Development for approximately eight years and frequently joins in protests and political debates.