Meet Our Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors is comprised of a talented and diverse group of volunteer members who oversee the organization’s financial stability and strategic direction to ensure the growing vitality of Willowbrook.
Board Vice President
Having served businesses in the greater Portland metro area for more than 25 years, sitting on the Board of Directors for four organizations, and a small business owner for 23 years, Donna has an extensive background. She has worked with multi-million-dollar companies with 2,500+ employees to start-ups across a variety of industries and settings, including union environments and non-profit organizations. Donna offers practical insight and expertise to her clients, guiding them to find the right solutions that are translated into implementable tactics based on their purpose, values, goals and aspirations.
Peter McKay started as a Willowbrook camper when he was just 8 years old. Since that time, he's worn many hats at Willowbrook including teacher, playwright, and most recently parent of two campers. Peter is thrilled to serve on the board and continue his dedication to the place that was such an important part of his formative years. Outside of Willowbrook, Peter is an educator working in the College Admissions market. On weekends, he can be found traveling the world or building Lego worlds with his kids Darcy and Sebastian, and his husband Chris.
Molly Burns is a Manager, Development and Strategic Partnerships at Women's World Banking, a nonprofit focused on promoting women's economic empowerment through financial inclusion. Prior to this, Molly lived and worked in Central America supporting various nonprofits in fundraising and communications roles, most recently as Director, Development at Mercado Global, a nonprofit that empowers women artisans through market access, community-based education, and microloans.
Max is a software engineer who has spent the last 13 years developing consumer apps including Reddit, Keybase, Patreon, and Discord, as well as open source software. In his personal time, Max is a digital artist and makes interactive comics with the webcomic xkcd. Max was a Willowbrook camper from ages 9-18, and taught for 4 years in the basketry tent.
Gabe Taylor has over 10 years of experience in the field of communications at both startups and established multinational companies. In his current role, he is helping drive the industry analyst relations program as a Communications Manager at Equinix, a global data center company. Willowbrook has been ingrained in Gabe’s life since an early age, having attended as a camper and counselor for over 10 years.
Emeritus Board Member
Larry McClure served as an active member of the Willowbrook Board from 2007-2021. He continues to be an active member of the Tualatin Historical Society where he has volunteered since 2001. Larry volunteers for the Winona Grange, and other organizations in Tualatin. As a longtime resident of Tualatin Larry is always willing to help the community. Larry worked as a teacher and for an education research firm before he retired in 2001.