Tag: Mary Beth Henry

Job Posting: City of Portland Program Coordinator Position

We’re a little biased at ELGL, but we think this job looks amazing – largely because you’d have the chance to work with Mary Beth Henry and her staff at the Office of Community Technology. Program Coordinator Deadline: 07/01/13 ­­ (This recruitment will remain open until 75 Applications have been received or until the posting deadline … Continued

Knope of the Week: Dan Bauer, Deborah Scroggins, Kevin Campbell, Mary Beth Henry

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OIqkmMC1sw&w=560&h=315] After a long holiday break including a brief jump off the fiscal cliff, the Knope of the Week is rested and ready to anoint the standouts in the local government arena for 2013. This year recipients will not only the incredible fame and glory associated with the award, but they will be recognized … Continued

Updated with Speech: ELGL Member Receives Herman Kehril Award

Good job, good effort, Mary Beth. You’ve been an asset to ELGL with your commitment to strengthening local government ties in Oregon. To learn more about Mary Beth, check out when she took on the Lightning Round. Press release: Portland City Employee Receives Herman Kehrli Award Acceptance speech: Comments from Mary Beth Henry In honor of Mary Beth’s accomplishments, … Continued

Lightning Round with Mary Beth Henry, City of Portland

Mary Beth Henry, Manager Office for Community Technology/Mt Hood Cable Regulatory Commission City of Portland Favorite book of all-time: Micropolis in Transition by Dr. Edward Henry (full disclosure – yes he is my father)– Financed by the Ford Foundation and published in 1971 it is a case study of the challenges facing a small city in … Continued

David Olson Retires; ELGL Member Is Successor

What a remarkable career! David’s successor is Mary Beth Henry who is an ELGL member and fervent supporter of cultivating the next generator. David Olson’s exit closes a chapter in Portland’s crusade against cable industry By Mike Rogoway, The Oregonian  Everybody loves to hate the cable company. David Olson made a career out of it. “Cable … Continued

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