Click below to view webinar descriptions, speakers, and presentation materials. With a mounting body of science that shows which interventions work; decision makers are increasingly focused on how to best integrate this knowledge into program interventions, management strategies and funding decisions. This webinar looks closely at the Evidence-based Policymaking: Speakers from New Mexico and Massachusetts discuss how their states have used evidence to inform funding and practice decisions; ultimately changing how justice and human service interventions are administered across their respective states.
He brings a unique combination of development talent and experience in land planning, entitlement processing, market and feasibility analysis, design and construction, and the essential operational components of real estate investment.
Robert negotiates and manages acquisitions, property analysis, development profitability forecasts, acquisition feasibility, market conditions, property due diligence, and overall project and real estate product concepts.
His career has spanned over 25 years, creating large scale projects along with the formation of real estate development, sales, and management companies. Robert volunteers as a reserve police officer for the Portland Police Bureau and holds the rank of Commander.
He has served on Portland's Charter Commission, several nonprofit boards, and has been active in civic, neighborhood and community projects.
He won the NW Examiner Award for Public Safety and was listed on the Business Journal's prestigious 40 Under 40 list for outstanding leadership in business and civic affairs.
He has been a member of the Oregon Bar since His areas of specialty included child abuse and domestic violence prosecution. Sebastian is admitted to practice in Federal District Court, and in his current job with Lane County Counsel, as primary litigation attorney for the Corrections Division of the Lane County Sheriff's Office, he successfully defends the Sheriff's Office and its deputies in civil lawsuits filed in Federal District Court.
Following service as a U. Marine in the Iraq War, he completed law school and prosecuted criminal cases as a Deputy District Attorney. He then served in the Oregon House of Representatives for two terms.
He is the author of many of Oregon's drug laws, including those relating to meth lab control. Bovett created numerous state and local initiatives that provide science-based solutions to problems caused by substance abuse, such as HOPE and other diversionary programs.
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She began her practice as a criminal defense attorney at Metropolitan Public Defender in Washington County and Multnomah County from until Kampfe joined the Public Defender of Marion County.
As a trial attorney she represented hundreds of clients charged with misdemeanor and felony offenses. In her advocacy Ms.
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