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P.O Box 692, McMinnville, OR 97128

SCOG is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) public charity (tax ID# 37-1836550).

Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors is made up of individuals committed to helping Swedemom Center of Giving make a difference in the financial stability of charitable organizations.

Cami Nyquist, President

Cami Nyquist is the founder of Swedemom LLC. and co-founder of Swedemom Center of Giving. She attended school in Chicago at North Park University and eventually graduated in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications and Film from the University of Oregon. While Swedemom Center of Giving is still brand new as of September 2016, Swedemom LLC. has been around for over 18 years now. She often jokes that Swedemom LLC is like her fifth child. Just like her own children, she wants to see it succeed for a greater purpose. She has used the Swedemom LLC. platform to help other nonprofits help themselves as well as their community. Cami has stuck with this and believes that there is so much to be achieved with Swedemom Center of Giving. She cannot wait to see what the future holds for Swedemom Center of Giving. She is all about relationships and connections. When she isn't running Swedemom Center of Giving, Cami likes to spend lots of time with husband and the rest of her family when she can. She loves traveling and generally making the world a better place.

Greg Smith

Greg has recently retired as the Chief Information Officer for Western Washington University and had served as the CIO for Missouri University of Science and Technology, George Fox University and the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI. Prior to the IT career in Academia, Greg was a Systems Consultant with Hewlett-Packard. Other early jobs included IT activity in the oil shale and coal mining industries along with owning a computer store in Steamboat Springs, Colo.

Greg was the Vice President and Board Member for Love INC of Newberg, OR and served as Chairman of the Board for GeoAid an NGO serving humanitarian needs of communities affected by the mining industry in Cameroon, Africa. He served on the Board for Great Circle serving the needs of at-risk children and families in Missouri, including Boys & Girls Town near St. James, MO.

Currently, Greg has been helping with the development of the McMinnville Habitat ReStore causal hub when he is not backpacking in the West. Greg's Blog: Adventure Continues

 

Nick Peloquin

Nick is currently the Executive Director at Yamhill Carlton Together Cares. Nick was MacHub's first Executive Director, instrumental in the initial business design.

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