Portland New Markets Fund I, LLC (PNMF) is a community development entity. PNMF's Advisory Board consists of community leaders from low-income areas throughout Portland, Oregon.
The Advisory Board is responsible for representing the interests of the residents, businesses and stakeholders of the low-income communities in which PNMF makes investments.
Sheila Holden, Chair
Ms. Holden serves as President of the North/Northeast Economic Development Alliance, Inc. The mission of the Alliance is to support development of jobs and resources for low-income community members in distressed areas of North and Northeast Portland.
Mr. Cooley serves as a Member of the Gateway Urban Renewal Area Program Advisory Committee. The mission of the Committee is to bring together resources to achieve Portland's vision of a diverse, sustainable community with healthy neighborhoods, a vibrant urban core, a strong regional economy and quality jobs for all citizens.
Ms. Bradford is a resident of a low-income community census tract. She also serves on the Interstate Corridor Urban Renewal Area Advisory Committee.
Mr. Findlay is a Financial Professional with Mutual of New York Life Insurance Company. Mr. Findlay is a Board Member for several Oregon Health Sciences University organizations, the Oregon Symphony, Oregon Public Broadcasting, Portland Opera, Portland Center for the Performing Arts, Portland Business Alliance, and the Portland Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Kelly is President of Neil Kelly Designers and Remodelers, a remodeling and cabinet-manufacturing firm involved in all aspects of home improvements. Mr. Kelly is also involved as advisor and Board Member for the Natural Step of Oregon, Oregon Solutions, Columbia River Keepers, and the Holy Redeemer Capital Campaign.
Ms. Metcalf-Kinney is a resident of a low-income community census tract. She is also Executive Director of Low-Income Housing for Native Americans in Portland, Oregon, a non-profit organization dedicated to the development of affordable housing, as well as providing housing assistance to Portland's low-income Native American community.
Ms. Portis serves as the Program Manager of the Southwest Washington Workforce Center, Inc. The mission of the Workforce Center is to develop and provide services, programs and opportunities in partnership with other concerned organizations and employers that enhance the employability skills of low-income residents of Southwest Washington.
Mr. Warren is a resident of a low-income community census tract and Principal of the law firm of Walker and Warren.