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Chairman – Paul returned to the Village Council in 2017 after previously serving on the Village Without Walls Planning group and Village Council from Oct 2014 to Feb 2016. He spent 35+ years in Project/Program management for banks and in healthcare technology. He lives in Hillsboro and also serves on the Board of Trustees of his church.
Membership – Darolyn is co-chair of the Membership team, a Village driver and joined the Village in 2019. She was a geologist and then got a Masters Degree in Economics before deciding she would rather work for Powell's Books where she spent 20+ years. She is also on the worship team at her church and loves to learn new art forms.
Treasurer & Communications, Marketing, and Technology – Barbara heads the Communications, Markeitng and Technology team. She brings both technical and organizational skills to the Village. In her previous life, she worked in Information Technology as a business analyst, project manager, trainer and technical writer. Barbara also sings in her church choir and enjoys gardening.
Volunteers – Suzanne was part of the original VWW planning group and on the first Village Council. She is a retired realtor and elementary school teacher who has made Hillsboro her home for more than 42 years. Suzanne is currently the Volunteer Team Chair.
Member at Large – Pat started volunteering with VWW in 2019 as a scheduler. She is a native Oregonian and lives in the Hillsboro Jackson School development. She retired in 2015 after 25 years in a medical billing office. She also volunteers with the Hillsboro library and Kaiser Westside Medical.
Member at Large – Maureen started volunteering in 2015, helping Anne Dale do reference checks. In 2016 she was trained as a scheduler and does that 1-2 days a week. She lives in the Rock Creek area, is active in the ham radio community and volunteers for the Portland Opera. She retired 5 years ago from the world of libraries and higher education as an academic advisor. Maureen grew up as a military “brat” on various Army bases around the world.