Governance Committee Scope
OCID’s work is guided by a Governance Committee, which is staffed and facilitated by the Center for Evidence-based Policy.
The OCID Governance Committee has three primary functions:
- Provide advice and guidance on the establishment of the Child Well-being Dashboard;
- Advise the Center on the prioritization, development and focus of policy questions for analyses; and,
- Maintain OCID as a resource for public policy making purposes, and recommend strategies to maximize the knowledge and value derived from this unique dataset for public benefit.
The OCID Governance Committee will inform and be informed by the work of the Governor’s Children’s Cabinet and the Department of Administrative Services’ Chief Data Officer Advisory Group.
Governance Committee Membership
The membership of the Governance Committee includes Oregon State Legislators, directors or deputy director state agencies contributing data to OCID, Oregon’s Chief Data Officer, and representatives from the Governor’s Children’s Cabinet, the Oregon Legislative Fiscal Office, and Oregon philanthropic organizations.
Current OCID Governing Committee Members
Governor’s Children’s Cabinet
Berri Leslie, Governor’s Office
Representative Alissa Keny-Guyer
Senator Denyc Boles
Senator Elizabeth Steiner Hayward
Oregon Philanthropic Organizations
Kasi Allen, Ford Family Foundation
Marian Blankenship, PacificSource Foundation
Byron Grant, WRG Foundation
Martha Richards, James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation
Andy Van Pelt, Oregon Hospital Research and Education Foundation
Sonia Worcel, Oregon Community Foundation
Pat Allen, Oregon Health Authority
David Mandell, Early Learning Division
Mark Greenwald, Oregon Youth Authority
Fariborz Pakseresht, Oregon Department of Human Services
Margaret Salazar, Oregon Housing and Community Services Department
Carmen Xiomara Urbina, Oregon Department of Education
Department of Administrative Services
Kathryn Helms, State Chief Data Officer
Doug Wilson, Oregon Legislative Fiscal Office