Drew Mahalic has been CEO of the Oregon Sports Authority since 1996. He played football for five years in the NFL and is the only NFL player to graduate from Harvard Law School. Drew has been instrumental in bringing big-league sporting events to Portland. Recent achievements include the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, the Dew Tour, Davis Cup World Final, US Figure Skating Championships, and Women’s World Cups.
Tom Krattenmaker is a Portland-based writer specializing in religion in public life and a contributing columnist for USA Today. He is the author of two books, Onward Christian Athletes (2009) and The Evangelicals You Don’t Know (2013). His columns and books have won awards from, among other organizations, the American Academy of Religion, Foreword Reviews magazine, and Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, which awarded him the Hunderup Award for religious education in 2013.
Andee Anderson - Andee Anderson is an Internet Marketing Manager at adidas America, and has been with the brand over 10 years. She has over 14 years of experience in integrated marketing, contract negotiation, vendor management, 2D and 3D sourcing, group training, etc. She has a BA in Business with a specialization in Marketing/Communications from the University of Puget Sound. A Portland transplant by way of Seattle, Andee has proudly worn the 3-Stripes throughout her years playing high school basketball and running collegiate track. Currently she stands her ground as a defender playing co-ed outdoor, indoor, beach soccer and futsal on occasion. If there’s time to spare, Andee packs it with kickball, bowling, gardening, sewing and copious amounts of locally roasted coffee.
April Schopmann – April Schopmann is a lifelong devotee to the game of soccer. She has coached youth soccer for over 10 years and played all her life, including the last 25 years as a goalkeeper. April has over 17 years of experience in the legal services industry as a legal assistant, paralegal, and legal administrator for family law firms in Portland, Oregon. She is calm in a crisis, enthusiastic about good sportsmanship, and sensitive to interpersonal dynamics. Through her community work as a youth soccer coach, April is committed to not only fostering a love of the game, but more importantly instilling life skills that participation in athletics can provide to children of every age. She is an avid Portland Timbers fan, Timbers Army member, and 107IST supporter. Aside from playing and watching sports, she enjoys traveling, gardening, time with friends, music, cooking, the Country Fair, and her two crazy dogs. RCTID.
Scott Doan is an executive with early-stage software companies. Over the past twenty years, he’s built high-growth companies across the country, worked with global brands like Apple, Nike, Disney, Amgen and Google and has been directly involved with 4 successful corporate acquisitions. He currently works for Janrain – an award winning start-up headquartered downtown Portland. He lives in SW Portland with his wife and their two children (8-year old and 7-year old). He’s an active skier, mountain climber, flyfisher, scuba diver and huge OSU Beaver, Portland Timbers, Portland Trailblazer and Boston Red Sox fan!
Delaney Miller is an attorney who is active in soccer as a player, youth coach, and fan. He served on the Board of Directors of Seattle SCORES from 2004-2006 and currently operates a free soccer camp for young players in Gresham with the help of Home Forward. As a lifelong soccer player and English major in college, Delaney believes in the mission of America SCORES because he has seen the physical, mental, and emotional confidence it builds through soccer, poetry, and service learning.
Matthew J Wing, NHA With a career spanning over fifteen years Matthew, or Matt has been a healthcare executive and entrepreneur across the US. Hailing from Canandaigua, NY and transplanted to Portland, OR in 1998, Matt calls Portland home. He is a Nursing Home Administrator by trade and currently is the Executive Director of a premier Retirement Community in the Portland Metro area. Matt was also a Rotary Exchange Student to Germany. He continues to give through his membership in the Lake Oswego Rotary Club where he hosts an annual speech & essay contest for 7th & 8th graders. The winners receive savings bonds. He is also involved with a program that awards $1000 scholarships annually to high school seniors. Through Rotary Matt assists in distributing free dictionaries to elementary students in an under-privileged neighborhood. Every child that goes through that school receives a dictionary. Matt has a long history of giving back to the communities he lives in. He understands the connection between an organized team sport like soccer and leadership later in life. He is especially passionate about the MLS team Timbers. Matt played soccer from age 5 to age 15 and has been a life long fan.