The Cabinet

Cabinet members serve as ambassadors for the Oregon Historical Society and promote the case for its support within their communities, businesses, and personal networks. They are young leaders of varied backgrounds who share a passion for history. The goal of The Cabinet is to increase awareness of the Oregon Historical Society with younger, more diverse audiences. By engaging with the Oregon Historical Society through social media, and introducing new patrons to our exhibits, library, publications, and public programs, Cabinet members play a vital role in helping OHS continue to preserve Oregon’s history for future generations.

Executive Team

Emily Rogers, President
Program Specialist, Cambia Health Foundation

Jennifer Sitton, Vice President
Communications & Public Affairs Director, Legislative Advocates Government Affairs

Ben Furr, Secretary
Stakeholder Communications Manager, Cambia Health Solutions

Cabinet Members

April Clark
Event Assistant, Swaim Strategies

Grant Engrav
Attorney, Engrav Law Office LLP

Scott Fish
Founder, Off Road

Darren Harold-Golden
Consultant, Golden Solutions LLC

Molly Harpel
Assistant Director of Development, Corporate and Foundations Relations, PSU Foundation

Elizabeth Hartman
Senior Financial Analyst, Intel

Brian Kernan
Senior Assistant County Counsel, Marion County

Sommer Martin
Director of Downtown Marketing, Portland Business Alliance

Rebekah Phillips
Director of Marketing & Communications, National University of Natural Medicine

Chris Rogers
ITS Systems Engineer, TriMet

Carmen Sarjeant
Supervising Archaeologist / Assistant Lab Director, Archaeological Investigation Northwest

Sidney Villanueva
Associate Attorney, Troutman Sanders

Vera Warren
Judicial Law Clerk, Oregon Court of Appeals

Marianne West
HR Benefits and Compliance Manager, Precoa LLC

What is The Cabinet?

The Cabinet is the ambassador board for the Oregon Historical Society. Established in 2014, The Cabinet is consists of dynamic young professionals from varied backgrounds who share a passion for history. By supporting the Society through fundraising and outreach, and by introducing new patrons to OHS exhibits, the research library, publications, and public programs, Cabinet members play a vital role in helping OHS continue to preserve and share Oregon history for future generations.


As stewards of the Oregon Historical Society, The Cabinet educates, informs, and engages all ages by interacting with the community in ways that inspire curiosity in our shared past, with the goal of making Oregon history fun for all ages.

Why Join?

  • Volunteerism & Community Service
  • Valuable Networking & Professional Development Opportunities
  • Fundraising & Event Management Experience
  • The Opportunity to Help Share & Preserve Oregon History!

What is Required?

  • Maintain current membership status with the Oregon Historical Society at the Individual level ($60).
  • Support fundraising, production, and attendance of The Cabinet's annual signature event.
  • Assist OHS cultivation and friend-raising by hosting friends at two OHS programs per year.
  • Attend the majority of Cabinet meetings each year, with no more than one unexcused absence each year.
  • Support & promote OHS through peer to peer or social media outreach and marketing.

Interested in learning more about The Cabinet? Contact Rachel Randles, Director of Marketing & Communications, at or download an application.