Board of Directors

The Board of Directors reflects a diverse network of business leaders representing education, community advocacy, business, health care, law, finance and technology throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington.


Eric Olmsted

Board President

Eric Olmsted

Eric has a wealth of technology, service and business expertise garnered from more than 30 years in the technology/telecom industry. Starting as a Computer Programmer/Analyst for the US Army, Eric moved on to work in the robotics industry and then onto management and executive roles within both the technology and telecom industries. Always an entrepreneur at heart, Eric recognized small and medium sized businesses needed access to cost-effective, quality technology expertise and in 1998 founded On Line Support a technology consulting firm headquartered in Vancouver, Washington. Eric is the kind of guy who’s always out to learn more, experience more, and give more. When he’s not at work (which isn’t often) you’ll find him racing Corvettes around the track, serving on a board of multiple non-profits, wine tasting or brew pub hopping with friends, reading the latest business book, or wrangling his three active grandchildren.


Chuck Michael

Board Vice President

Chuck  Michael

Chuck Michael has a banking career that spans over a 50-year career in the Portland/Vancouver area.   He has held positions in Bank Operations, Human Resources Director, Commercial Lending Division Manager (heading the bank’s commercial lending operations in Portland, Vancouver and Bellevue) and currently as Senior Business Relations Officer. Active in the community, he currently serves on the board the Humane Society of Southwest Washington; Partners in Careers in Vancouver; and The Leukemia-Lymphoma Society (Board Chair) and remains involved as part of their Executive Committee for the Light the Night Walk.  He sits on the President’s Council of the Portland Business Alliance. He is also a former board member of the Classroom Law Project and remains involved as a volunteer in their youth and high school programs, including conducting court tours of the Justice Center and Multnomah County Courthouse for local middle and high school students, and volunteering at their “We the People” high school constitutional law competition (state finals).  He has judged a number of local pageants in the Miss America program (judging the Miss Coos County twice, Miss Roseburg twice, Miss Klamath Falls, and Miss Marion County pageants). He is a graduate of Central Washington University and the Pacific Coast Banking School.  He loves golf and his family consists of 3 rescue dogs – a Yorkie, a Chihuahua/Terrier mix and a Miniature Poodle… all with special needs!


June Vining

Board Secretary

June Vining

We love June because she helps us find our zen. She’s the CEO and Executive Director of Trauma Intervention Programs of Portland/Vancouver, where she’s spent almost 30 years training volunteers, first responders and healthcare professionals to provide emotional first aid to people in crisis. She has seven different certifications from the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation. She’s even a yoga and Tai Chi master. If you’re in trouble, June is the one you want around to help.

It’s a good thing June is so centered, because she has two newborn grandsons to wrangle—both of her daughters were pregnant at the same time! In her free time, she likes to hang out with her husband, walk her dog Hyacinth, and visit her hometown of Stillwater, MN (of course June’s from Minnesota—why do you think she’s so nice?)


Michelle Bart

Board Member and Facebook Page Admin

Michelle Bart

Michelle is the bleeding heart of the group, and we mean that with the utmost respect. She’s the president and founder of the National Women’s Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation, a Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for Clark County, and she helps families with missing children get visibility for their cases through national outlets like “American’s Most Wanted” and People Magazine. She’s even an animal-loving vegan and rescue dog mom! Really, she puts the rest of us to shame.

Don’t let her compassionate nature fool you: Michelle is a tenacious, award-winning media consultant and publicist with more than 25 years of experience getting results for nonprofits and human rights groups. A native Floridian, Michelle inspires us not only with her advocacy work, but with her healthy eating habits—you should have seen the stir fry she made last week.


Lisa Campos

Board Member

Lisa Campos

Lisa Campos was born in Oregon, where she still  resides.   She currently works as a New Patient Coordinator for a medical clinic and has been in this position for over 10 years.  She has also spent most of her life volunteering for various organizations, and is a firm believer in giving back to your community whenever you can.


Michou Jardini

Board Member


Claude Laviano

Emeritus Member

Claude Laviano

Okay, we admit it. Claude is kinda the creative one. You might find the photographer wandering the streets of Portland in search of the perfect portrait (he’s even been known to crash the occasional party to get it,) or playing guitar at Starbucks just because. If it’s a Saturday night there’s a good chance that somewhere Claude is performing an electrifying tango dance.

He’s worked as a wedding photographer for 20+ years (he hopes to never hear The Macarena again) and has extensive auto accident investigation experience including vehicle safety research, crash testing, and injury analysis. Claude’s been on the FBICAAA since 2013 and also served on the UNICO board, a charitable Italian non-profit. In addition to his artistic ventures Claude enjoys running half marathons, fixing up his ’75 Porsche and taking long cruises in it with the volume up and windows down. We suspect Claude may be having more fun than the rest of us.