Occupation: Tualatin City Councilor, Co-Executive director- Association of Engineering Employees of Oregon, Executive Managing Partner- Davis Nicholson Allied Consulting, LLC
Occupational Background: Small Business Owner, Labor Relations & Human Resource Consultant
Educational Background: Linfield College, BS Liberal Arts; California State University, MS Administration
Prior Governmental Experience: Tualatin City Councilor 2008-present, Tualatin Budget Committee 2008-present, Tualatin Development Commission 2008-present
Community Involvement: Current Human Rights Council of Washington County, Board Member; Precinct Committee Person; Tualatin Tomorrow Committee Member 2007-2008; Secretary/Treasurer- Hazelbrook Homeowner's Association 2002-2007.
Family: Joelle and her husband Chris have lived in Tualatin for 10 years with their two daughters.
Real Experience- A True Local Voice
Joelle is committed to serving and improving our communities because she understands the issues our families face. Bringing jobs & business close to home, stabilizing funding for education at all levels, ensuring comprehensive healthcare for all Oregonians, improved training for public safety officers, and protecting our unique and beloved environment are at the core of Joelle's commitment to serve District 37. And, she will always protect a woman's right to choose.
Real Results - Not Just Promises
In her work on the Tualatin City Council, Joelle has consistently voted to support bringing jobs and business to Tualatin, to preserve our historical legacies, and to work effectively with members of our community to hear their concerns and find solutions.
During the 2009 Legislative Session, Joelle worked to help achieve comprehensive reforms to state contracting laws and to require that Oregon improve the public transparency of state spending. Joelle will continue to push for smart fiscal policies and reforms like these.
Leaders Agree: Elect Joelle Davis
Brad Avakian, State Labor Commissioner
Lou Ogden, Tualatin Mayor
Chris Barhyte, Tualatin City Council President
Donna Maddux, Tualatin City Councilor
Monique Beikman, Tualatin City Councilor
Jay Harris, Tualatin City Councilor
Ed Truax, Tualatin City Councilor
Frank Bubenik, Tualatin Tomorrow
Betty Bode, Beaverton City Councilor
Val Hoyle, Oregon State Representative
United Food & Commercial Workers Local 555
(This information furnished by Friends of Joelle Davis.)