TEAM

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Harold Goldstein

Founded OPAD in 1981

  • Former senior executive positions in Human Resources at Johnson and Johnson, Lam Research, and Levi Strauss.
  • Former Professor of Organization Psychology in the USF evening Masters’
    program for 14 years.
  • Degrees in Business Administration, Finance, Industrial Psychology.

Board Seats: Structural Integrity Associates, Bullen Semi-conductor, Childrens’ Trust Fund of Oregon, Artists Repertory Theatre, Portland Playhouse, Oregon Ballet Theatre, Prevent Child Abuse – Oregon, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Children’s Trust Fund of Oregon, and Oregon College of Arts and Crafts.

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Peg Videtta

Peg Videtta has coached executives in the US, Asia and Europe. Among her clients have been Lam Research, Silfex, Watlow, Nanometrics, DCG, TrueTech and CoorsTek. She provides coaching in the following areas:

• executive presentations
• internal and external presentation skills
• interpersonal skills
• communication
• meeting conduct

Peg has been teaching and coaching for over 10 years. She has a BS in Physics and worked in the aerospace and semiconductor equipment industries for over 20 years. She has work experience in Engineering, Technical Marketing, Management and Training.

Recommendation from a VP: “…you have an incredible ability to give constructive criticism in a way that people can absorb it and use it. The results that you have gotten with many, many of the employees that you have coached are proof.”

Quinn Fitzgerald

Quinn Fitzgerald has been working on organizational planning and development, with a focus on change management, since graduating from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a degree in Communication. Her clients range from multi-national high tech firms in the software and semi-conductor fields to service companies and not for profit organizations. Most recently, her work has revolved around organizations’ succession planning and leadership changes.

She enjoys volunteering her time working with not-for-profit Children Support and Arts Organizations, and is an established musical and theatre performer in Portland, the city she is delighted to call home.

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Jenny Logan

B.A., University of California, Davis
M.A., New York University
J.D., cum laude, Lewis and Clark Law School.

After completing law school, Jenny clerked for the Hon. Ann Aiken, Chief Judge for the US District Court of Oregon, and her current legal practice focuses on business and nonprofit law. She is the founding board president of the radio station KXRY in Portland (“XRAY.fm”), and in her spare time performs in the rock n roll band Summer Cannibals.

Jenny’s organizational consulting clients have included the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Boom Arts, the Portland Playhouse, and the Rock N Roll Camp For Girls.

Jenny began working with the OPAD consulting firm in 2015 and has conducted strategic planning sessions for a number of organizations in Oregon, has done coaching of executives and has been able to apply her background in counseling, law and leadership with highly impactful and effective results.

We greatly appreciated Jenny’s generous approach to facilitating our Board of Directors’ first-ever Strategic Planning meeting. Jenny offered excellent suggestions for how to structure the meeting, helped our group to stay focused and productive, and brought a courteous, respectful, and thoughtful demeanor to the proceedings that set a very positive tone for the session. Thanks so much, Jenny!”
– Ruth Wikler-Luker, Curator and Producer, Boom Arts, Inc.

Lilo Alfaro

Lorina “Lilo” Alfaro has been providing strategic planning and operations management for arts organizations, not for profit organizations, and nationally for various businesses. She has an MBA from PSU and undergraduate degrees in business Management and technical Design and Production from California State University, Fullerton. As part of her work over the past few years, she has organized numerous events in large organizations as well as with start ups and small not for profits.

When she’s not working on organizational issues she is often helping theatre companies in planning their programs, stage management, and performing as a dancer and singer.