Board of Trustees
Ultimate responsibility for the financial health and ongoing success of Lewis & Clark lies with the Board of Trustees, which is legally empowered to appoint Lewis & Clark’s president and make major financial and planning decisions. The board formally approves the academic programs of Lewis & Clark, the annual budget, and the granting of earned and honorary degrees.
Chair Stephanie Fowler MA ’97
First Vice Chair Paula Hayes BS ’92
Second Vice Chair Jon Jaqua BS ’70
Ahmed Al Badi BA ’81, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Chair and CEO, Belbadi Enterprises.
Stephen Dover BA ’83, San Mateo, California. Managing director and international chief investment officer, Franklin Templeton Investments.
Scott Dubchansky (parent BA ’12), Los Angeles, California. Partner, Rimrock Capital Management.
Gerald Fischer BS ’68, Bethesda, Maryland. Civic affairs.
Stephanie Fowler MA ’97, Portland, Oregon. Civic affairs.
Jennifer Pomeroy Fronk BA ’81, Greenwood Village, Colorado. Civic affairs.
Paula Hayes BS ’92, Beaverton, Oregon. President and CEO, Hue Noir.
Heidi Hu BS ’85, Los Angeles, California. Civic affairs.
Brent Hutchings BA ’84, Portland, Oregon. Owner and CEO of North River Boats.
Jon Jaqua BS ’70, Eugene, Oregon. Owner and manager, McKenzie Oaks Ranch; owner and partner, Metal Products Company.
Christopher Jay BS ’72, Anchorage, Alaska. Senior vice president—wealth management, senior financial advisor in the financial services industry.
Jouni Korhonen BA ’82 (parent BA ’11, BA ’17), San Francisco, California. Head of Enterprise Risk Management, Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco.
Romayne Levee (parent BA ’16, BA ’20), Manhattan Beach, California. President, Doing Good Marketing.
Craig MacLeod (parent BA ’11), Minneapolis, Minnesota. Civic affairs.
Patrick Mahaffy BA ’85, Boulder, Colorado. President and CEO, Clovis Oncology.
Libby McCaslin JD ’87, Portland, Oregon. Vice president, Millennium Ventures.
Amy Miller BA ’80, Tenafly, New Jersey. Global head of loan syndications, Scotia Capital.
Patrick Nielson BA ’71, Santa Barbara, California. Law Office of Patrick A. Nielson, P.C.
Jin Park, Portland, Oregon. Founding owner, Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club.
Thomas Rasmussen BS ’79 (parent BA ’14), New York, New York. Managing director of municipal securities division, Citigroup Global Markets.
James Spencer BA ’85, Portland, Oregon. Owner, Vin De Garde Wines Ltd.
Kent Swanson (parent BA ’95), Phoenix, Maryland. Consultant, home care and long-term care industry.
Mark Tratos JD ’79 (parent BA ’13), Las Vegas, Nevada. Managing shareholder, Greenberg Traurig.
Jay Waldron, Portland, Oregon. Attorney, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt.
Ex Officio Members
Hillary Dixon BA ’99, Portland, Oregon. President, College of Arts and Sciences Board of Alumni.
Ajit Phadke JD ’98, Portland, Oregon. President, Law Alumni Board.
Wim Wiewel, Portland, Oregon. President, Lewis & Clark.
Lloyd Babler BS ’57, Portland, Oregon. President and CEO, Babler Brothers.
John E. Bates, Portland, Oregon. CEO, Oswego Partners.
Hyla Bertea, Corona del Mar, California. Civic affairs.
Mary V. Bishop, Portland, Oregon. Civic affairs.
William K. Blount, Portland, Oregon. Senior vice president, UBS Financial Services.
Bruce Burns, Lake Oswego, Oregon. Chair, president, and CEO, Burns Brothers.
Tom M. Castlen, Commack, New York. Executive presbyter (retired), Presbytery of Long Island.
Peter Chang BA ’74, Redmond, Washington. Principal, Peter Chang & Associates.
Mark Dorman BS ’83 , Denver, Colorado. Managing director, Endeavour Capital.
James R. Ellis, Seattle, Washington. Partner, Preston, Gates & Ellis.
John R. Faust Jr., Portland, Oregon. Senior partner, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt.
M. Carr Ferguson, New York, New York. Senior counsel, Davis, Polk & Wardwell.
James Forman BA ’81, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Owner, Oberman Thompson.
Gersham Goldstein, Portland, Oregon. Partner, Stoel Rives.
Ronna H. Hoffman, Portland, Oregon. Civic affairs.
Frederick Jubitz, Portland, Oregon. President and chair, Jubitz Corporation.
Richard B. Keller, Vancouver, Washington. President, Keller Enterprises.
Mary Maletis, Portland, Oregon. Civic affairs.
Robert H. McCall, Portland, Oregon. President and CEO, McCall Oil & Chemical Corporation.
Beth Miller BS ’73, Hoboken, New Jersey. Civic affairs.
Samuel T. Naito, Portland, Oregon. CEO, Naito Corporation.
H. Gerald Nordberg Jr., New York, New York. Chair, Nordberg Capital.
Kenneth M. Novack, Portland, Oregon. Chair, Schnitzer Steel Industries.
Robert B. Pamplin Jr. BS ’64, BS ’65, BS ’66, Portland, Oregon. President, R.B. Pamplin Corporation.
Owen M. Panner, Medford, Oregon. Senior U.S. District Court Judge.
Edward J. Perkins, Norman, Oklahoma. U.S. ambassador (retired), executive director of International Programs Center, University of Oklahoma.
Ronald Ragen, Portland, Oregon. Attorney, Davis, Wright, Tremaine.
Walden C. Rhines, Wilsonville, Oregon. Chair and CEO, Mentor Graphics.
James Richardson BA ’70, JD ’76, Portland, Oregon. Board member and strategic consultant, Riverlake Partners.
Robert L. Ridgley, Portland, Oregon. Chair (retired), Northwest Natural.
John Rogers, Hughson, California. President, Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation and United Samaritans Foundation.
Emanuel Rose, Portland, Oregon. Rabbi, Congregation Beth Israel (retired).
Joan Smith, Portland, Oregon. Oregon Public Utility Commission (retired).
A. William Sweet, North Bend, Oregon. Chair (retired), Western Bank.
Charles J. Swindells BS ’66, Portland, Oregon. U.S. ambassador (retired), senior consultant, Evercore Wealth Management.
Bruce G. Willison, Los Angeles, California. Dean emeritus, School of Business, University of California at Los Angeles.