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Stephanie Rose - Program Director


Stephanie Rose Stephanie Rose is a long-time education advocate and volunteer in the North Clackamas Community. Stephanie was born and raised in Milwaukie, and attended North Clackamas District schools. Her three children now enjoy attending school in the District at Alder-Creek and Putnam.
Stephanie started her work in education advocacy 11 years ago with Stand for Children, and quickly found a passion for improving the quality of education for students in her community and across the state. Since then, she has continued to work both professionally and as a volunteer to make a difference in ensuring an exemplary education for all children through lobbying, campaign work, and community outreach.

She came to the North Clackamas Education Foundation directly after completing her work as Campaign Field Manager for the Clackamas Community College Bond Campaign, and has since served as Campaign Field Manager for the North Clackamas Schools Bond Campaign, passed by voters in 2016. Stephanie also volunteers for the Parent & Community Leadership Alliance, serving on the steering committee and as Co-Chair for the Legislative & Funding Committee.
Stephanie received her Bachelor of Science in Political Science; Public Administration and a Minor in Civic Leadership from Portland State University. Stephanie continues to use her knowledge and passion to impact the North Clackamas community in beneficial ways with education advocacy continuing to be at the forefront of her work.

Jennifer Hungerford - Administrative Assistant


Jennifer HungerfordJennifer Hungerford is an active volunteer in the North Clackamas School District. Her two children will start Happy Valley Middle School in Fall 2017 after attending Happy Valley Elementary. At Happy Valley Elementary, Jennifer was active in PTO, volunteering in many school-wide events and classroom projects.

Jennifer was a valuable volunteer in the North Clackamas Schools 2016 successful capital bond campaign, helping to keep the community engaged and informed. She recently joined the steering committee of the Parent and Community Leadership Alliance, where she co-chairs the Academic Enhancement Committee.

In addition, Jennifer has been a practicing attorney for almost 20 years, working in employment law as well as representing public school districts and non-profits. Jennifer is a former Board Member of Transition Projects and currently co-organizes the Portland Neurofibromatosis Walk for the Children's Tumor Foundation.

Jennifer received her Bachelor of Arts in American Studies and Sociology at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY, and obtained her Juris Doctor Degree at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, OR. She is passionate about the Foundation's work in bridging the gap for all students in the NCSD community.