Marcus C. Mundy, Executive Director
Prior to joining the CCC, Mr. Mundy was Principal at Mundy Consulting LLC, an Oregon state certified minority small business. His practice assisted clients in various disciplines including but not limited to: achieving equity, diversity and inclusion in personnel, contracting, supplier diversity, development and administrative areas; and achieving compliance with respect to applicable laws, regulations and accreditation standards for healthcare businesses and others.
Prior to his role at Mundy Consulting, Mr. Mundy served as the President and CEO of the Urban League of Portland, was the Vice President and Regional Compliance Officer for Kaiser Permanente Northwest, and has held a host of other leadership positions.
Mr. Mundy attended Howard University in Washington, DC, receiving his Bachelor (BBA) in Business Administration, and attended Howard University's Graduate School of Business. He received his Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University of Oregon’s Executive MBA program.
Mr. Mundy has served the community through his participation on numerous boards and community advisory positions, including the OHSU Foundation Board, the State Labor Commissioner’s Oregon Council on Civil Rights, the Oregon Community Foundation’s Regional Advisory Initiative, the Coalition for a Livable Future, EcoDistricts (formerly Portland Sustainability Institute) and, currently, Upstream Public Health.
He is also a Senior Fellow in Oregon’s chapter of the American Leadership Forum, our state’s premier leadership training group for over two decades. His proudest achievement, however, and forever, is as a father to his four children. You can reach Marcus at: email@example.com.
Jenny Lee, Advocacy Director
As Advocacy Director, Jenny facilitates CCC’s legislative, electoral, and community advocacy on a range of racial justice issues prioritized by coalition members. Prior to her role at CCC, she was the Housing Policy Director at Neighborhood Partnerships, where she helped convene the Oregon Housing Alliance. She also worked as the public policy director for Hawai‘i Appleseed in Honolulu, Hawai‘i, where she engaged in coalition-building, legislative advocacy, and policy research on a range of issues, including economic justice, housing, public assistance, education, and immigrant rights. Her background includes work in disability rights, domestic violence, racial justice, and mediation, as well as a year serving as an AmeriCorps member at a SUN School in Southeast Portland. Jenny grew up in Beaverton, Oregon and holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a B.A. in philosophy from the University of Oregon. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shweta Moorthy, Researcher
Shweta joined the CCC in March 2016 after a stint as faculty at Northern Illinois University where she conducted research on forced migration. Being an immigrant woman of color, Shweta uses a transnational lens to understand and participate in ‘local’ social justice spaces, and brings her expertise in empirical research to those conversations.
Shweta earned her Masters from Jawaharlal Nehru University, India, and her doctorate from University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Shweta can be contacted at email@example.com.
Joliana Scipio, Office Manager
Joliana joined CCC after working the past 12 years in corporate manufacturing at Intel as a program and commodity manager where she managed a variety of technical and non-technical programs. Additionally, Joliana was an active member and volunteer of several employees resource groups that supported the local community including WIN (Women of Intel), NIA (Network Of Intel African Americans), AVI (American Veterans of Intel). She’s also an active member of Thinkers and Tinkerers, a Hillsboro School District (HSD) program which expose middle school students to STEM and STEAM activities. Joliana has continued focused in many organizations providing knowledge and support to accelerate young minds.
Joliana is a retired military officer with multiple deployments to combat zones including Bosnia and Iraq. Over her career, she successfully coached and mentored numerous young men and women to achieve their full potentials.
Among her accolades are Bachelors of Arts in Psychology (BA), Saint Martins University Lacey Washington. Masters of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MA), Chapman University and Masters of Business Administration (MBA), George Fox University Graduate School of Business. Joliana can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.