Dina Khoury

CHAP Board President

Dina is an Oregon native who moved back home after many years building her marketing career in New York. She recently retired from her final position as Vice President of marketing and sales enablement at The Standard. Working with and for children has been an integral part of Dina’s life and has included, amongst other…

Sumi Kim

CHAP Board Vice President

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…

Jen Frink

CHAP Treasurer

Jen has been a friend and fan of CHAP through many connection points, dating back to a chance encounter with Frank Etxaniz in 2008. Jen is a Finance Manager for Nike, managing the budgeting, forecasting and reporting process for Nike’s Global Sourcing & Manufacturing team.  Prior to joining Nike, she worked in investment management in…

Rae Bauman

CHAP Board Secretary

“I am motivated by the challenges in healthcare access,” says Rae. She is currently the Executive Director of Kepro in the Oregon Metropolitan area, serving vulnerable populations across the state. Rae has also served as the Vice President of Medical Management at Trillium Community Health Plan & Health Net of OR, and as the Director of Care Management with Qualis Health, to…

Nisha Hall

CHAP Board Member

Nisha is a Portland, Oregon native who began hand-sewing clothes for her dolls at age 5. Her love of the arts grew throughout her childhood after taking art classes at a local community center. Nisha holds a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts from the University of Oregon and a Masters degree in Educational Psychology…

Lori Long

CHAP Board Member

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…