Tag: Clackamas County

#ELGL15 Sponsor: Clackamas County

We’re pumped to announce another #ELGL15 sponsor: Clackamas County! Connect: Facebook, Vimeo, YouTube, and Twitter Link: Clackamas County Job Openings Clackamas County, the third most populous county in Oregon, is home to great cities like West Linn, Lake Oswego, Oregon City, and Wilsonville. Clackamas is unique in their models of governance which includes hamlets and villages. What … Continued

Allow Myself to Introduce Myself……Brandi Leos, Clackamas County

Welcome to the new and (somewhat) improved version of our member introductions. If you are puzzled by the column name, take a minute to watch the above scene from Austin Powers. Brandi Leos Clackamas County – Class and Comp Analyst Connect: LinkedIn (Complete the sentence) Today is…… an exciting, day! Your hometown? What is it … Continued

Deep Thoughts with Marc Gonzales, Clackamas County Finance Director

Prepare for #ELGL14 by learning about who is attending. Find out if you’ll be surrounded by soft talkers, loud eaters, and finger biters or whether you’ll be surrounded by the best in local government. Marc Gonzales Clackamas County – Finance Director Connect: LinkedIn (Complete the sentence) #ELGL14 is…..changing the way people view government, especially people under 35 … Continued

Deep Thoughts with Kathleen Rastetter, Clackamas County, OR

Prepare for #ELGL14 by learning about who is attending. Find out if you’ll be surrounded by soft talkers, loud eaters, and finger biters or whether you’ll be surrounded by the best in local government. Kathleen Rastetter Clackamas County, OR – Senior County Counsel Connect: LinkedIn (Complete the sentence) #ELGL14 is…..a great resource for issues facing government and a cool way … Continued

Mark Stotik, Clackamas County Assistant Director, Employee Services

Intelligent. Astute. Snarkapotamus   Mark Stotik, ELGL advisory member and Clackamas County staffer, is the runaway winner of the Knope of the Week. We honor Mark this week as he prepares to leave Clackamas County to move to Denver, Colorado. Mark has been a core ELGL member from the beginning. He has hosted ELGL forums, … Continued

Knope of the Week: Don Krupp, Clackamas County Administrator

Thoughtful. Approachable. Inspiring. Ethical.  At yesterday’s micronetworking event, we learned Don Krupp is not your everyday county manager. He is a mix of Indiana Jones, Ben Wyatt, and Mitchell Silver. He has written two books on biking, he has a twin brother, and he spent a large part of his career in state government. We covered … Continued

Clackamas County Managers Panel

Save the date! Mark your calendars! Another ELGL lunch form has been scheduled for April 24, 2014 at noon.  ELGL has invited three Clackamas County managers to speak about their career paths in local government.  These three leaders have interesting stories to tell about advancing to a management role by moving up through organizations.  Each … Continued

Micro-networking with Don Krupp

Meet Clackamas County’s new County Administrator Mark your calendars for another event in 2014! On February 20th at noon Don Krupp, the Clackamas County Administrator will be joining us for a micro-networking event. Krupp previously worked for Thurston County in Washington for 12 years before being unanimously selected to head Clackamas County.  Micro-networking events are … Continued

Josh’s Job Search 2.0 Finds Nancy Newton, Clackamas County Deputy County Administrator

This is another installment of an ELGL original content series titled “Josh’s Job Search 2.0” by Josh Halladay. Halladay is sharing career advice that he is receiving in informational interviews.  Nancy Newton Education: George Fox University, B.A., Management & Organizational Leadership; Portland State University, Executive Master Candidate, Public Administration Connect: LinkedIn Background Check on Nancy Nancy Newton … Continued

Knope of the Week: Joe Gall, Sherwood City Manager

American City & County Magazine Highlights Knope of the Week What is the Knope of the Week? It’s ELGL’s way of recognizing an individual or group of individuals who have excelled in promoting the public sector. Recipients may come from the public or private sector and are nominated by ELGL members. Recipients receive an incredible amount … Continued

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