Kate L. Moore

CHAP Board Member

Kate Moore is an attorney who works with clients as they navigate natural resource and environmental legal challenges. Her natural resource practice is primarily focused on water law, in both transactional matters and litigation. Communicating effectively with state and federal agencies and coordinating with environmental and natural resource consultants are important parts of Kate’s success…

Sumi Kim

CHAP Board Member

Originally from the East Coast, Sumi started out as a studio art major at NYU, but ended with a B.S. in applied psychology. She moved to Los Angeles and attended Pepperdine University where she eventually received her M.A. in clinical psychology. During this time she interned as a group facilitator at a center for grieving children called Our…

Honor Hehn

Hospital-Based Teaching Artist

Honor is a Portland native currently earning her BA in Art Practices at Portland State University. Her focus is illustration but she recently started exploring painting and printmaking. She has always loved kids so she was thrilled to learn about CHAP while applying to be a volunteer at OHSU. Honor was immediately impressed by CHAP’s…

David Hicks

CHAP Board Treasurer

David has been in the beverage industry for the last 24 years helping to build premium products into national brands. His exposure to CHAP through friends, family and great “Chappy” events created a desire to work with the program in a larger capacity.

Lori Long

CHAP Board Member

Dina Khoury

CHAP Board Member

Dina is an Oregon native who moved back home after many years building her marketing career in New York, which included co-founding a digital marketing and technology company, Velocidi. She is currently assistant vice president of marketing strategy at The Standard. Working with and for children has been an integral part of Dina’s life, including…

Dayna Cakebread

CHAP Board Member

Dayna Cakebread joined CHAP in February 2015. Her daughter Stella was introduced to CHAP during her 7 months at Doernbechers Children Hospital in 2010, while battling for her life. Stella is now cancer free and has been since 2011. The family fell in love with CHAP teachers and art club during their stay. Dayna is…

Faye Pendergrass

Program Manager

Faye lives in a world where there is no separation between art and life, believing everyone is creative and it’s just a matter of finding one’s “voice.” Graduating from the University of Oregon’s Arts Administration program, Faye has created and developed award-winning art programs, festivals, art auctions and activities reaching “kids of all ages.” Working…

Grace Littig

Operations & Outpatient Program Coordinator

Born and raised in the coastal town of Ventura, California, Grace relocated to Portland in 2009 to pursue a BA in Child and Family Studies at Portland State University. Grace first came to CHAP as an intern and immediately fell in love with the approach to art CHAP embodies. Grace thoroughly enjoys working with children,…

Mary Miller Doyle

Hospital-Based Teaching Artist

Born and raised in Portland, Mary graduated with an arts degree from University of Oregon and then studied illustration at The Art Institute of Boston. Living in the charming seaside town of Nahant, Massachusetts, she encountered an incredible group of artists who encouraged her to exhibit her paintings in Boston. She continued showing her work…