Occupation: President, Ronin Project Consulting, Inc. providing consultation for Budget and Project Management
Occupational Background: Program Consultant; Project Coordinator; Enforcement Officer; Youth Corrections worker; Community Volunteer
Educational Background: Graduate of North Salem High School; Bachelor of Science degree, Western Oregon University; Naval Public Affairs (Journalist Rating), Defense Information School; Master of Public Administration degree, University of Oregon
Prior Governmental Experience: Chairman, South Gateway Neighborhood Association (current); Sumpter Elementary Local School Advisory Committee (current); Judson Middle School Booster Club (current); Salem-Keizer School District Budget Advisory Team (current); Steering Committee, Oregon Public Performance Management Association (current); Treasurer, South Gateway Neighborhood Association; Marion County Administrative Charges Task Force; Principal Contributor, Multnomah County Capital Improvement Program; Lead Researcher, Multnomah County Sheriff's Office Activity-Based Costing Program; President, Vice-President, Northeast Salem Neighborhood Association; Salem-Kawagoe Sister City Delegation; Journalist, Naval Reserve.
Personal: Married 13 years to Barbara; daughters Rachel (11) and Kathryn (7).
Brian knows when proactive health care is ignored, it costs us more in the long run. We need leaders who recognize that paying a small amount now reaps huge savings in the future.
Brian believes our schools do their job well if properly funded, supported and managed. Education is a benefit to the entire state and improving its delivery to our children is a win for all sides.
Brian will work with other leaders to develop aggressive, long-term strategies to improve Oregon's attractiveness to new and native business. When business grows, jobs increase.
Brian respects the tireless work of those who protect us every day. Restoring losses to police, fire and medical responders will be a top priority.
Brian knows sacrificing the environment for short-term gain is a long-term loss. Well-planned and fair land use planning preserves individual rights while increases the success of business without damaging Oregon's natural beauty.
This year, try a new direction for a better Oregon.
VOTE BRIAN GRISHAM
FOR YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
(This information furnished by Citizens for Brian Grisham.)