Board of Directors
Nancy Scott (she/her)
President and Communications Chair
Nancy Scott began volunteering with Family Promise of Tualatin Valley in 2018, providing the startup non-profit with professional design services. In early 2019 she expanded her support and happily coordinated the final trauma-informed interior design of the Day Center. Her longtime commitment to community service includes serving on the Board of Washington County Community Action Organization, years of service on Boones Ferry Primary's PTO (including President), and many of volunteer design and event coordination projects for local non-profits. A Portland native, Nancy has a BA in Communications and has served as City Recorder and General Services Director with municipal governments. She launched Nan Scott Design in 1995 and owns and operates several small businesses. She and her husband live on a tree farm in West Linn and have seven children and thirteen grandchildren, as well as an adorable French Bulldog named Napoleon.
John Bailey (he/him)
John believes in giving back to the community through volunteering and serving on a number of boards including FPTV. After a long career in corporate finance John is currently focused on investing in multifamily housing and hopes to combine his finance and real estate experience to assist FPTV in developing housing options to support the mission of serving the homeless community and their transition to permanent housing. John is a graduate of Oregon State University and a CPA.
Rebecca Quinn (she/her)
Rebecca has been working to benefit families for over 30 years as a personal injury attorney. She has served on several boards including the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association, where she chaired the community involvement committee. She believes in Family Promise of Tualatin Valley’s mission and is committed to using her gifts and strengths to make the world a better place—one household at a time. Rebecca enjoys encaustic painting and attending art workshops and conferences. Learning ballroom dancing with her husband and travelling as much as possible keep her moving!
John Goodhouse (he/him)
John is the president of Tigard City Council and a longtime supporter of FPTV. His volunteer service to the Tigard community includes past membership on the Tigard Planning Commission, the Tigard Chamber of Commerce Government, Public Policy committee, a position on the
Tualatin Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and Government Affairs Council chair, service as past president of Men’s Auxiliary VFW Post 3452 and youth support as a Cub Scout leader, sports coach, classroom volunteer and Friends of Tigard Football. John is an independent insurance agent and local business owner who has been a resident of Tigard since 1974.
Claire Juttelstad (she/her)
Claire is a native Oregonian who is passionate about systems efficiencies and how they extend to helping those experiencing homelessness. An Oregon State University Industrial Engineering graduate, she completed her MBA at University of Portland. Most of her career has been spent as an engineer, manager, and problem solver, and more recently has extended into the fun and exciting athletic footwear industry, currently working at Under Armour. Besides being an avid hiker and Northwest outdoors lover, she enjoys spending time with her husband and children, and occasionally finds time to play her lifelong hobby of classical piano.
Veronica Williams (she/her)
Veronica had a long career of public service with the federal government, including the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Treasury and retiring here in Oregon from the Bonneville Power Administration. Following her retirement, she began a second career of volunteer service with Dress for Success Oregon, her church, candidates for elected office and with local and state political organizations. She currently serves as President of the Willamette Women Democrats. As a new Board member, Veronica looks forward to bringing her skills in organizational management, including Human Resources, coalition building, planning and fundraising to support the work of the Board: Guiding the growth and critically important work of Family Promise of Tualatin Valley – helping families and others in our community secure permanent housing and create stability and the opportunity for independence their lives.
Cameron Williams (he/him)
Cameron has been an active volunteer throughout his life, beginning as a student growing up in Portland, Oregon through his professional career after graduating from Oregon State University. His volunteer experiences have focused on non-profit organizations that help support youth, adults, and families. He believes it is important to provide support and share his time in the communities where he lives and works. He’s done so through participation on non-profit boards and direct engagement with charitable organizations and with individuals with needs. Cameron has over 30 years of experience working in the risk management and insurance fields for several Oregon based organizations. He currently works as the Director of Risk Management for Columbia Sportswear, where he is responsible for building a risk based organizational structure to include the strategic design of their risk financing and business continuity programs.
Renee Case (she/her)
Renee began volunteering with FPTV in 2019 and is excited to become more involved with this wonderful organization as a board member. She is a clinical social worker by profession who most recently worked in the Tigard-Tualatin School District and witnessed the barriers encountered by families struggling with housing instability. She is passionate and committed to family and children’s welfare which is what drew her to first volunteering for FPTV. She has worked for many nonprofits providing direct services to youth and families through the years and hopes to use that experience as a board member. The FPTV mission and community-based support is awe inspiring as the board, staff and volunteers work tirelessly to assist people in improving their lives. A stable home environment is a critical building block for success. It is a pleasure to be associated with an organization that works to bring hope to people and treats them with such dignity.
Carol Greenough (she/her)
Carol Greenough, Ph.D., is the Chair of the East Washington County Democrats. She has worked as a community/clinical psychologist primarily in towns and rural areas in Oregon and Alaska. Her work has been in mental health centers, schools, and with clients of Vocational Rehabilitation and Social Security Disability. She believes in the power of policy change and cares about centering equity and diversity in the policymaking process. Carol currently serves on the Washington County Behavioral Health Council and was a member of the Student Success Act development team for Tigard Tualatin School District.
Frank Bubenik (he/him)
Frank Bubenik is one of the founding partners of Compass Computing Group. He has over twenty years’ experience in IT. Before starting the company he worked in both public and private agencies such as the IRS, ProData Consulting, and Wacker Siltronics. Frank has a BS in Criminal Justice from Rochester Institute of Technology and a MBA with an Information Systems concentration from the University at Albany. Frank Bubenik was elected to the Tualatin City Council in November of 2010 and re-elected in November 2014. He was elected as mayor in 2018, taking office in January 2019.
Jennifer Ayers (she/her)
Strategic Planning and Board Development
Jennifer has a passion for people development and creating efficient processes. FPTV’s approach to guidance, training, transitional care and creation of a loving environment supports her belief that children should have access to basic needs while maintaining their self-esteem. Jennifer is skilled in project management, strategic planning, coaching, training development, and change management. She holds BS degrees in both Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering from Oregon State University. This background led her to discover the world of Lean/Continuous Improvement and she is currentlythe Executive Director for Northwest High Performance Enterprise Consortium (NWHPEC), helping member companies learn and embed continuous improvement practices for business excellence. In her previous experience as an Operational Excellence Manager she developed and lead the vision and strategy for a lean centered, continuous improvement culture at A-dec. She believes all children should have access to basic necessities like food and shelter. She is excited about the care, support and loving environment FPTV provides to local families. As a parent of school-aged children, she loves to find ways to use her talents to support programs that impact children and their families.
Laurel Buncak (she/her)
Laurel is a senior personal banker at the Lake Grove branch of Banner Bank. She brings her warm heart and financial expertise to FPTV's finance committee.