Angela FrazierBoard Chair

Founder & President, Sisters in Public Health
Project Manager, Harris Health System

Sarena MestasBoard Co-Chair & Secretary

Quality Administrator
CareOregon

Elizabeth MillerBoard Treasurer

Clinical Director
Kaiser Permanente

Honor JacksonDevelopment Committee Chair

Co-Founder, Jackson Shine Co., LLC
Project Manager, Portland Community College

Zanele Mutepfa RhoneBoard Member

Culture & Diversity Strategist, Founder
Brand Zanele

Kandice LouisBoard Member

Senior Director of Programs
District Alliance for Safe Housing

The primary role of the Bradley Angle Board is to advance & advocate for our mission to bring hope, safety, and healing to those affected by domestic violence in Multnomah County, Oregon. Board members make decisions that impact our overall strategic direction and sustainability.

 

 

Interested in making a difference? Apply to join our board!

Joining a non-profit board is not only personally rewarding—it can also be a great way to expand your professional network and heighten your involvement in our mission-driven work. Serving as a board member allows you to improve your leadership skills and fulfill the needs of your community.

 

Bradley Angle is currently recruiting board members. 

  • 3-year term
  • 3-hour monthly commitment
  • A variety of committees to become involved with!

*We ask that applicants have experience in a field related to or complimentary of Bradley Angle. 

 

If you are interested in joining the Bradley Angle Board, please fill out this application:

Apply Here

 

From our Board Chair, Angela Frazier:

Joining the Bradley Angle Board was an easy YES for me. The mission of Bradley Angle is to serve all people affected by domestic violence. This organization goes above and beyond by ensuring we provide culturally specific services to African American and LGBTQIA+ survivors of domestic violence to meet participants where they are. In our most recent impact report, we supported 66 adults and 113 children in our Healing Roots program for Black and African American survivors. By serving on this board, I have a constant reassurance that the time given to this organization is directly impacting participants in a positive way.