Celia has been practicing law since 1991 and specializes in estate planning and administration, corporate law, business law, mergers & acquisitions, commercial litigation, non-traditional planning, and business succession planning. She has also developed a specialty practice in special education law while working as an Educational Advocate and Educational Guardian ad litem in the Allegheny County Juvenile Court System in Pittsburgh, PA. Celia has also obtained her certification as a mediator in the State of Oregon.
Celia believes that any job worth doing is worth doing well and that everyone should have access to professional, intelligent, competent representation. Whether drawing up a simple will or planning a business purchase or sale, Celia will advise her clients of all liabilities, create a workable plan for their future and ensure her clients are comfortable with both their representation and their realistic outcomes.
BUSINESS: Throughout the life of your business, you have opportunities and changes. Doors will open and close for you. Having a trusted advisor personally explain the journey is necessary. Be wise and be prepared.
ESTATE PLANNING AND ADMINISTRATION: You've worked so hard., but how do you protect what you have and your loved ones? How do you ensure your wishes are honored when you cannot speak for yourself? Don't assume, take the time to speak with a professional who has more than 20 years of estate planning experience.
A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP: There is value in knowing your attorney -- being able to see her face when you explain your problem or express your wishes. Seeing that she understands and wants to help you. You are entitled to a helping hand and intelligent, honest, and compassionate advice.
Celia A. Barlow | Law Office of Celia A. Barlow | 503-974-4948
CherryWood Village Retirement Community
From the excitement of city life to the unity of a closeknit community, CherryWood Village offers senior living with the best of both worlds.
This delightful 12‐acre campus is nestled in a secure and convenient area near the Adventist Medical Center and the Mall 205 shopping center. Residents are just minutes away from all the activities, adventures and destinations offered by the beautiful Portland area.
The heart of our campus is the Village Square. Here, residents can enjoy delicious meals at the Village Grill, share stories over coffee at the Cherry Delight Café, stay fit with classes and programs at our wellness center, and make new friends every day through activities, events, worship services and more.
Living at CherryWood Village: CherryWood Village is a non‐buy‐in retirement community that offers residents many housing choices, including apartments, penthouses and cottage homes, as well as assisted living.
Lynda Scott: I find great pleasure in helping seniors and their families find the best place to live when researching retirement options. I truly want to make sure they live where they are respected and cherished. Matching their lifestyle and needs with a perfect community is very rewarding to me. I began working with seniors at a Home Care Agency after caring for my mother during a difficult medical situation. I discovered a passion in myself in caring for seniors and making their lives better.
The Belmont Bureau started as a bookkeeping service in 2013. The business has evolved to meet the demand for forensic accounting and fraud examination services.
Analyst Christopher Bacher, CFE, aids clients and their legal counsel to find facts, help explain what has happened, and isolate what has not. Mr. Bacher brings 30+ years of experience gathered from a variety of industries, all of which is brought to bear in the analysis. Mr. Bacher’s specialty education is in financial analysis, with a particular focus on fraud and crime. The Belmont Bureau provides the following services:
Financial Fraud Examination: Streams of fraud stories tweet around the globe, a never-ending, growing morass of loss. Under numerous false assumptions, many sit and do nothing, believing nothing could happen to them. Now think about this:
To find out what is really going on, send a message to the Belmont Bureau and set up a review.
Litigation Support: The Belmont Bureau arranges interviews, processes witness statements, and performs activities that support the legal process. Whether the problem is a commercial dispute, personal injury, an insurance matter, domestic relations, bankruptcy or dissolution, or more general business questions, we investigate and report.
Many situations require a written report, which can be provided at various levels of detail. With financial cases, we’ll help counsel piece together when, how much, who, where did it go, and how much is left.
Management Consulting: Experience in a host of industries.
Christopher joined the ACFE in 2008 as an associate. In January of 2010, Mr. Bacher was declared a Certified Fraud Examiner, having completed rigorous study and testing, and swearing to adhere to the ACFE code of ethics. As an Analyst at The Belmont Bureau, Mr. Bacher brings 30 years of public and private sector experience to each case, offering insight, guidance, and skill toward finding facts, and reporting them impartially. He serves on the board of three non-profits, including the local chapter of Fraud Examiners (oacfe.org).
Christopher Bacher | The Belmont Bureau | 503-367-5573
Nikola Tesla helped catapult mankind into the 20th century with his inventions in the electrical field. Like X-rays, Radio, Remote Control, The Electric Motor, Lasers, Wireless Communications. To carry on his legacy and tradition, Elon Musk has made quantum leaps in renewable energy and space travel. Tesla the company is known for its luxury electric cars home batteries and solar energy. I am very excited and grateful to be a part of this company. I have lived in Oregon most of my life and we definitely like keeping things green. This is a global movement and we want every person and every home to be a part of it. Please make a commitment to get your energy from renewable resources. And ask me how you can become a Tesla ambassador.
Andrew Ladu Shaidaee | Tesla Solar | 503-504-4365
My service is easy to use. You let me know what you want…Make, Model, Color and Equipment. Be as specific as possible. Just tell me what you want, and I’ll take it from there!
Remember…It’s any New or Used Vehicle of your choice. I am your agent…I do not work for the dealer.
It’s a Fast, Fun, Money Saving experience! I find your vehicle at an existing dealership. Then I negotiate the lowest price that dealer will take. I call you and review all the information and pricing before we go. Any New Car Rebates, Financing and Trade-in allowances are calculated for you too.
If you like what you hear, then I make an appointment and we both go in to…Eye it, Try it and if you Love it You Buy it! It’s that easy.
I charge a fee for our brokerage services, a fee which, under normal circumstances will range from $300-$1000. This fee will be included in the final price of the vehicle I quote to you. It will usually be paid to us by the seller of the vehicle.
I may, on occasion, need to collect that fee from you. In those rare instances, no additional compensation will be received by us from the seller. We accept no deposits, nor will we be responsible for warranty service work.
Our goal is to SAVE you TIME, MONEY and HASSLE…in the car buying cycle. We do this EVERYDAY and it works!
Bob Bonnell | Vehicle Buyer's Service | 503-643-4585
ALSO – Advocates for Life Skills & Opportunity
ALSO – Advocates for Life Skills & Opportunity’s mission is to strive to promote the full inclusion of people with developmental and intellectual disabilities in the life of their community. Founded in 1988, ALSO, a not for profit organization, provides individual and customized residential care, employment services, supported living, and art workshops. We offer a variety of programs that promote independence in a safe environment. We want those that we serve to be an integral part of the community with opportunities for job development, job placement and an art studio where everyone has a chance to be creative.
Many of our Chamber Members have taken the time out of their busy schedules to come and take a one hour tour of the services we provide. Many members have told Josie that they have enjoyed the heartfelt and educational session. Please feel free to contact Josie to schedule your tour!
ALSO has earned a spot in the Oregon Business 100 Best Non-Profit companies to work for in 2016 for the second time. We are proud to say that this is an employee survey vote. That in itself tells you what dedication and the kind of work culture that ALSO fosters. This attitude reflects the caring atmosphere that our employees provide.
Josie enjoys meeting people and potential employers by doing community outreach and networking. Making connections between people to help solve employers staffing needs as well as empowering our clients to gain self-confidence and a sense of accomplishment portrays ALSO’s mission.
Josie San Diego-Bowman | Business Relations Manager | ALSO – Advocates for Life Skills & Opportunity | 10541 SE Cherry Blossom Drive, Portland, OR 97216-2826 | (503) 489-6569 | email@example.com
About Melaney: Melaney has always dreamed of being in Real Estate. As a person with an outgoing personality and a love of all types of homes with history, it always seemed like the perfect fit. Before becoming a Realtor, Melaney spent many years in sales positions where she could focus on providing impeccable customer service while teaching and guiding her customers to make the best decisions for them. With a strong focus on her customer’s needs and dreams for the future, Melaney always operates with integrity and honesty, and with a strong work ethic.
At home, Melaney loves working in her flower garden and fixing up her 1898 home in SE Portland. She enjoys hiking and camping with her family and friends, and when it cools down, watching NFL (Go Seahawks!). She also enjoys yoga classes and volunteering for several organizations whenever she can. Melaney supports several wildlife charities and is focused on helping our planet’s sustainability in many ways. Melaney recently married the love of her life in 2014 and has a son who graduated from Cleveland High School and is continuing his schooling at PSU.
Melaney has lived in Portland for over 20 years and grew up in Vancouver, WA. She loves the Portland culture, and the diversity of neighborhoods throughout the Metro area. Every area and house in Portland has a charm and feel that will match every buyer’s personality. Whether you are buying your 1st home, or your forever home, Melaney will help you find the perfect space for you that will fit into your budget. And if you are looking to sell your property, she will negotiate the best price to help you transition into the next home or chapter in your life.
About Windermere: Since 1972, Windermere has grown from a one office operation to more than 300 offices in 10 states and 7000+ agents. Windermere agents are committed to the highest possible standards, therefore you can be assured of exceptional service, integrity, and a strict code of ethics. While the market has grown enormously in complexity in the last few years, one thing remains...Windermere's commitment to focusing on your individual needs and dreams, while providing exceptional real estate experiences.
Every time you buy or sell a home with a Windermere agent, a donation is given to the Windermere Foundation which directly supports the communities we live in. Since 1989, the foundation has donated over $28 million to more than 430 nonprofit and community organizations. Windermere also organizes a Community Service Day each year where agents throughout the organization in every community take part in a hands-on project in various places such as non profits, parks, community centers, etc. This year, on June 3, 2016, we helped out The Pantry, a food bank in WA County who needed help with painting, cleaning, and organizing their facility. In addition to our labor, we also donated $1000 to support their cause. It is always a great feeling to give back to our communities that we work, live, and play in.
Melaney Dittler | www.melaneydittler.withwre.com | 971-570-2821
Identity Theft is the fastest growing crime in history. The statistics are increasing so rapidly it is nearly impossible to keep up. However, one recent report stated that there was an event every 3-5 seconds.
Many of these victims are under the age of 18. Most programs don't cover issues relating to minors, but our plan does at no additional cost. One expert estimated that there is currently an Identity Theft victim in every classroom in America right now.
Most ID Theft plans are only concerned with "locking down" or monitoring your credit. They don't pay attention to the non-financial issues of ID Theft like, DMV records, Criminal records, Medical records, or SSI and IRS records.
We provide access to a team of private investigators that work to restore your Identity to it's pre-loss condition.
Sustainably Organized was founded in 2013 by Casey Hazlett, a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and theInstitute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD). Casey has been trained by the Institute for Professional Organizers™ as a professional organizer. Casey adheres to the National Association of Professional Organizers Code of Ethics.
In 2015, Casey received her Level II Certificate in Chronic Disorganization as well as the Certificate of Study in Time Management and Productivity from ICD.
Casey received her Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University in Industrial Engineering with a focus in project management. She has over nine years of experience working in corporate and non-profits settings as a project manager.
Casey's favorite part of organizing is when her clients embrace new organization strategies and are able to create and sustain new habits. She loves teaching others creative organizing skills and works to serve her clients with compassion, partnership and positivity. Working with Casey is a valuable investment in your life and productivity.
East Portland Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization | PO Box 90186 | Portland, OR 97290 | 503-788-8589