Brit Redline is a Key Account Manager at C.H. Robinson Worldwide where he creates logistics and transportation management solutions to many organizations of size and scope, and has been involved in the supply chain and transportation management industry for over 7 years. Brit completed his Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, along with his Master of Science in Counseling and Masters of Business Administration from the University of Vermont. He lived in Vermont for approximately 9 years prior to moving to Oregon in 2011 and states that Oregon is essentially a larger Vermont – bigger mountains, lakes, rivers, has a coastline and Portland offers a great urban life.

Brit was the head middle school soccer coach at Portland Christian School for a season and he strives to have a positive impact on youth. He is currently on the Board of Directors for Portland New Generations Rotary Club and is part of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Ambassador Board. He enjoys spending time in the outdoors, whether it be swimming, hiking, camping, sailing, running, biking and has a passion for working on tractors.

Pat Rice is a sales and marketing professional with over 10 years experience in the travel, sports and athletic footwear/apparel industries. He is a proud native of the Northwest and his passions include travel, music, photography, playing soccer & helping grow the world’s game here in the US.

Trevor Smith is a marketing professional with expertise in digital media, account management and sports marketing. He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from California Polytechnic State University in 2008 and followed that up with a MBA from the University of Oregon with a focus in the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center, conferred in 2010.

Trevor worked in Los Angeles for the marketing agency Jack Morton Worldwide (a Unit of the Interpublic Group) from 2009 – 2013 on the General Motors account.  His role included oversight of several lifestyle partnerships, MLB and MLS sponsorships as well as digital initiatives, primarily for the Chevrolet brand.  In August of 2013, he joined the partnership department of the Portland Timbers where he currently works as a Senior Manager of Partnership Marketing.  Trevor joined the Board of AC Portland in 2016.  He lives in Portland, Oregon.

Shiloh

Shiloh Rodriguez is a marketing professional with expertise in strategy, account management and project management. He has experience working in both the clean energy space and the sports industry, delivering marketing programs and campaigns that engage, inform and drive demand.

Shiloh received a bachelor degree in arts from Portland State University, majoring in marketing and advertising. He is a soccer fanatic, cycling enthusiast and enjoys traveling whenever possible. Shiloh is passionate about sharing his enthusiasm for sports and for making the world a better place for kids through his work with Active Children Portland.

Bobby WoodBobby Wood is a tax manager with McDonald Jacobs, P.C. and an Oregon CPA with 7 years of experience.  A native Oregonian, he attended University of Oregon where he received a BS in business administration, accounting with a minor in economics.

Bobby has experience with both nonprofit and for profit organizations, and specializes in state and local tax for closely held businesses. In his free time Bobby enjoys staying active playing basketball, biking, and hiking with his dogs, Digger and Ruby.

Joel NewmanJoel Newman is a the founder Soccer Shots Portland, a fun, non-competitive, soccer skill building experience for children ages 2-8. Joel’s educational background includes a BA in Religious Studies with a focus in Japanese Buddhism and a Masters in Business with a focus in marketing, both from OSU. Joel has also taken specialized, short courses in market strategy, leadership and overseeing pension funds. Before starting Soccer Shots, Joel served as the Sr Director of US Market Development for the Australian Trade Commission at their office in Los Angeles.

There he spent 8 years advising small to medium sized Australian companies in how to reduce the time, cost and risk associated with exporting into the US marketplace. While there he did 2-3 year stints in the food and beverage, financial services and arts industries. While there, Joel also served as a Team Trainer, visiting offices in Australia, Japan, South America and North America to facilitate large organizational changes and IT roll outs.

Prior to all this, Joel has worked in a bank, managed a restaurant, waited tables, cooked, tutored, babysat and delivered papers, but his favorite job was working as a camp counselor for 9 summers.

Barbara Moynier was born and raised in Utah. Barb moved to Portland after graduating from Weber State University.

Barb started playing the beautiful game of soccer at the age of five and has always found a way to incorporate soccer into her life, from playing, coaching, and refereeing to being a supportive fan..  She’s traveled to two men’s World Cup tournaments and two women’s World Cup tournaments. During her travels, she has witnessed soccer to be the universal language that brings people of all ages and cultures together.

When Barb’s not working, she can be found giving back to the Portland community by volunteering with Hands on Greater Portland, or granting wishes for Make a Wish Foundation.  In addition to traveling and soccer, Barb also enjoys scrapbooking and spending time in the great outdoors

Paul Steigleder has spent nearly a decade as a consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers, creating innovative solutions to help his clients solve some of their most complex business problems.  A Portland native, Paul has recently shifted his focus to Fortune 150 clients in the region, after spending much of his early career engaged with clients along the east coast, specializing in the Retail & Consumer, Utilities, and Manufacturing industries.  He thrives on creating value for his clients and creating a work hard / play hard atmosphere with his team.  He attended business school at the University of Oregon, where he played for the UO Men’s Club Soccer Team.  With both of his parents being passionate for the beautiful game, Paul grew up on the pitch and played on regional teams through his High School years.  He is also passionate about art, having shown his work in galleries and art festivals throughout the Portland area.  Paul works to remain an actively engaged member of his community, taking a hyper-local focus on creating positive change in the people and places around him.  To-date, he and his wife, Odessa, have created several community organizations aimed at progressing the quality of life for those in NE Portland neighborhoods, and believes that significant change can be made by taking tiny, incremental steps each day.  Any of Paul’s remaining free time is spent rebuilding his ’68 Porsche 911L, in hopes of having it ready to drive his son to his first day of school.

Taylor Duty is an attorney at JJH Law in Portland where her practice focuses on business law with an emphasis on investment and relationship strategy, contract review and negotiation, risk mitigation, and mergers and acquisitions. A Portland native, Taylor attended University of Oregon for undergrad and Lewis and Clark for law school. In addition to being a lawyer, she’s also a barre3 instructor and full-time dog-mom to her pups Wyatt and Rooster.

Taylor considers herself a true Pacific Northwesterner; she loves all things outdoors, all things food, and all things beer and wine. She’s passionate about giving back to the community and joined the AC Portland Board as a way to make an impact for underserved populations.

Spencer Wilson is an attorney in Portland with expertise in commercial transactions, bankruptcy, and commercial litigation. In addition to his practice, Spencer co-teaches an international law moot court seminar at Lewis & Clark Law School, his alma mater. Prior to law school, Spencer attended Portland State University, where he received his B.A. As a Portland area native, Spencer loves rooting for the Thorns’ and Timbers’. Depending on the time of year, Spencer can be found skiing, fly fishing, backpacking, or playing the guitar in his free time.

Jennifer Sitton is a seventh-generation Oregonian and an account coordinator at Hubbell Communications, a Portland-based public relations and public affairs firm. Jennifer grew up in the Portland area and spent nearly all of her time outside of school playing, watching, and following basketball. After completing her bachelor’s degree in government and history at Claremont McKenna College, Jennifer moved to Washington, D.C. to work on Capitol Hill for Congressman Greg Walden.

Now that she has moved home, Jennifer is excited to get more involved in and give back to the community and state that she loves. If Jennifer is not at a Blazer or Beaver basketball game, you can probably find her at a country music concert, training for her next half marathon, or visiting Oregon’s wine country.

Tod Cordill is a sales and marketing professional that helps companies define and implement business growth processes that leverage digital marketing and sales enablement tools. He has broad business background ranging from product development, manufacturing and general management, sales and marketing across a variety of industries. Tod has an engineering degree from California Polytechnic State University, and a Masters in Business Administration degree from Portland State University. Currently he runs Moderno Strategies, a small digital marketing consulting firm.

Tod’s involvement with soccer started in the late 1960s when growing up in the Bay Area in California. He quickly learned how soccer formed a common bond with friends and, later, colleagues from around the world. He passed this passion along to his two boys while coaching youth soccer teams for over ten years in Portland, at times coaching four rosters at the same time. In his free time Tod enjoys sailing, bicycling, travel, and rooting for the Portland Timbers with his family.

Tod started his involvement with Active Children Portland on the strategic planning committee in the summer of 2016. He also serves on the board of the Human Access Project, an organization committed to increasing Willamette River access in downtown Portland.