Andee Anderson - Andee Anderson 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.
Julia Baker joined adidas Basketball in January 2013 as an Assistant Project Manager. One of her responsibilities includes overseeing the Business Unit’s relationship with PeacePlayers International, and she’s been a strong advocate for their recent partnership with AC Portland. After graduating from the University of Oregon with departmental honors in Business Administration, the Portland native spent three years as a sponsorship consultant for MasterCard Worldwide in Purchase, New York, working primarily on their UEFA Champions League, IRB Rugby World Cup, and PGA Tour properties. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, attending Blazers games, and playing lacrosse. She also coaches at Jesuit High School.
Angela Harrison is the Director of Operations at Oregon Premier League. She is also the color analyst for the University of Portland Lady Pilots soccer team. Angela played soccer at the University of Portland where she was a two time All-American, a team captain, and participated in 3 NCAA playoffs and made 2 NCAA final four appearances.
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.
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.
Pat Rice is a Manager of Corporate Sales for the Portland Timbers & Portland Thorns FC. He has been with the Timbers Front Office since 2010 and has been a key member of the ticket sales department since their transition from USL to MLS. He has held sales roles serving both youth soccer and corporate markets throughout the Timbers current 50+ match MLS sell-out streak. 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.
Shiloh Rodriguez markets energy efficiency programs for PECI, a non-profit that helps people and businesses save energy, natural resources and money. 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 AC Portland.