HVBA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
MEET THE TEAM
Tree City Real Estate, Principal Broker
LizBETH is a widely recognized leader in business coaching and the principal broker of Tree City Real Estate. Known for her ability to implement winning strategies for her clients, she’s a luxury home sales specialist who manages a team of four real estate professionals. As a former mortgage broker with more than 27 years of experience in real estate and financing, she has been featured on HGTV’s “Good Buy, Bad Buy” and bases her approach to life on philotimo – an ancient Greek concept that enables her to serve her community and her clients.
As a marathon runner, Anthony Robbins Firewalker, public speaker and former television actress, LizBETH is able to visualize complex concepts and bring them to life. She has developed countless innovative solutions for clients using her deep awareness of the psychology of marketing, leadership, sales and even recruiting. Her unparalleled work ethic, willingness to roll up her sleeves and dive into problems, and access to cutting-edge continuing education help her excel in client service and problem solving.
LizBETH has an extensive background as a mortgage broker and real estate broker that has enabled her to objectively look at issues and formulate solutions that get her clients the best possible outcomes. Her real estate company is a minority-owned, woman-owned, Small Business Certified company. LizBETH is also the President for the Rotary Club of Clackamas.
Sr. Mortgages Advisor, Sunrise Mortgage
Ana Sarish began her career in the banking industry in 2002 as a mortgage advisor. The dynamic nature of this mortgage industry taught her to pivot and evolve with the changes that were happening at a furious pace. She has learned from the highs and lows of the finance industry and she continues to tune her business to weather the storm. She has worked at her current location in Happy Valley for almost a decade serving Happy Valley and the surrounding community.
Ana Sarish is a past President of the Happy Valley Business Alliance, a member of the North Clackamas County Chamber of Commerce, member of the Happy Valley Traffic and Public Safety Committee and Happy Valley Budget Committee. She is heavily involved in the schools serving on the Parent Community Leadership Alliance (PCLA), which is a Superintendents Committee that represents the voice of parents in our schools. One of her favorite volunteer activities is starting the Chess Club at her local elementary school.
Ana holds a bachelor’s degree from University of Washington with emphasis on Finance and Information Systems and a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from George Fox University. She currently holds her Mortgage license in Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho and Hawaii.
“As previous president of the Happy Valley Business Alliance, my goal is to be the catalyst for economic growth for our members, while maintaining healthy balance for our community.” -Ana Sarish
Owner- My Gym Happy Valley, My Gym Happy Valley
Jen Anderson-Vue opened the Happy Valley location of My Gym Children’s Fitness Center in February 2018 after falling in love with the franchise’s mission and award-winning curriculum. It is consistently ranked as the #1 children’s program worldwide. My Gym’s goal is to create an environment where children feel loved and supported so their self-esteem and confidence can flourish.
Prior to My Gym, Jen spent her career in the nonprofit sector supporting large fundraising departments with donor stewardship and donor database and prospect management and reporting for OHSU & Doernbecher Foundations, Medical Teams International and Legacy Health Foundations.
Jen has a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (a degree combining Communications, Ethnic Studies and Women’s Studies) with a minor in Business. She has also taken many classes from the Institute of Nonprofit Management and accounting courses through Portland State University.
Jen hopes to use her unique background to help grow the Happy Valley Business Alliance and to support local businesses while bettering the community for all families. Jen, her husband Kao, and three kids Kai, Nolan and Maya live in Happy Valley and are active members of the community.
Senior Media Strategist, Salem Media Group – PDX
Senior Media Strategist, Salem Radio & Digital Group
Marco Arboleda has worked in radio and digital direct response advertising for over 21 years. He works hard to drive significant revenue for his advertisers by providing trackable solutions (targeted radio, search engine marketing, email marketing, online display advertising, social media, mobile, landing pages, contesting and much more) to improve their traffic and sales.
Every solution Marco provides has one goal, the best return on advertising investment. He has hundreds of success stories of what advertisers did and quantifiable results they received. Marco is actively involved in his church and believes in doing the right thing for people based on-seeing things from their point of view.
“I feel honored and privileged to serve on the board for HVBA members and our community!”
Better Homes and Gardens Real estate
Patrick has been selling executive properties since 2006, and joined Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate in 2013. He has earned the prestigious Platinum award in 2017 and 2018, reflecting more than $18 million in sales in that time.
Patrick was singled-out among more than 12,000 agents company-wide to win the Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Marketing Excellence Award in 2018. The award recognizes the innovative and effective marketing methodology Patrick uses to market listings.
In September of 2018, he was a panelist at the APEX real estate conference in Honolulu, an invitation-only conference for high-producers nationwide. In December of 2018 he was featured in a Tokyo MX television segment touring properties with Japanese buyers throughout Portland.
A well-known local philanthropist, Sheehan serves on the Portland Metro Advisory Board for the Salvation Army and is active in the Shriners. He is also on the board for the Happy Valley Business Alliance and The Dorchester Conference, and is vice-chair of the North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee.
He served in the Oregon State Legislature during the 2011-12 session where he represented roughly 70,000 Oregonians in Happy Valley, Clackamas, Damascus, Oregon City and Estacada.
“The HVBA has become the epicenter of activity for business and civic relationships in our city. I look forward to more joining our ranks to help make Oregon’s fastest growing city a hub for high wage jobs and excellent livability.” – Patrick Sheehan
Executive Director, MorningStar of Happy Valley
Tiana Jackson is an Executive Director for MorningStar of Happy Assisted Living and Memory Care in Happy Valley. MorningStar is a true home distinguished by comfort, wellness and love, made possible by a team that understands how to provide residents with care that promotes a thriving quality of life. Tiana has an extensive background in senior living industry. Prior to her Executive Director position at MorningStar of Happy Valley, she held other positions in senior living companies such as Vice President of Human Resources, Vice President of Support Services, and Executive Directors. With her innovative servant-leadership, MorningStar of Happy Valley earned membership in the President’s Club at the company’s 2021 Annual Conference in May, a gathering of executive directors and the home office. Tiana humbly accepted on behalf of her team a trophy recognizing all-round stellar performance.
Tiana holds a bachelor’s degree from Southeastern Oklahoma State University with emphasis on Business Management and Marketing. She was certified as Professional Human Resources through Human Resources Certification Institute and Society of Human Resources Management. Tiana currently holds her Residential Care Facility Administrator license in Oregon.
Business Development Officer, Stewart Title Company
As a fifth generation Native Oregonian, I am so excited to be a part of the Happy Valley Business Alliance. I am also an active member of the Women’s Council of Realtors Portland Chapter, East Metropolitan Association of Realtors and the North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce.
I graduated from Portland State University with a BA Degree in Business Admin/Liberal Arts and was active in passing the law Measure 58 in the early ‘90’s opening the birth records for adoptees to allow them to be able to obtain their original birth certificate in the State of Oregon. This allowed me to meet my Birth Mother, my half sister and brother.
I started my career in Title and Escrow right after I graduated from Portland State with STEWART TITLE in 1989. I specialize in helping people buy, sell and refinance properties as a neutral third party and as a Business Development Officer, I call on Realtors, Lenders, Builder/ Developers and For Sale By Owners to offer our valuable services to partner with them and our communities in the Tri County and Vancouver/Longview, WA market places. I was instrumental in changing the landscape of Rural Sunnyside Road in 1991 to the present Happy Valley and worked with all the key builder and developers in Clackamas County along with all of the Lenders and Realtors who represented the subdivisions our builders represented. Good times and memories with long lasting relationships kept up today. I feel blessed to have found an industry that I can make a difference in and grow myself and company.
I am married to Doug Steinke since 1995 with our Son Tanner Steinke. Tanner is with his new family now in Montana with four young children. Doug and I live out past Sandy, OR on a 10 acre parcel of old growth timber that we developed in 1992 and it is our Garden of Eden.
Member at Large
Lee Jones is the owner of Bishops Cuts / Color in the Happy Valley Town Center, where they’ve been doing great hair since 2018. Lee has been thrilled with the business environment in Happy Valley and looks forward with great anticipation to the HVBA being able to meet in person once again!
Away from business, Lee is a very average gardener and golfer and a doting grandfather.
Member at Large
Chief Browne began as Clackamas Fire’s Fire Chief on May 1, 2021. Chief Browne began his fire service career as a volunteer Firefighter with Asotin County Fire District #1 in Washington in 2002 before becoming a career firefighter with the City of Lewiston Fire Department in Idaho in 2003. Browne was hired with Clackamas Fire as a Firefighter in 2008 and rose through the ranks, serving as a Lieutenant, Captain and Battalion Chief. Just prior to becoming the Fire Chief, he served as the Operations Division Chief, supervising the daily delivery of emergency services. Chief Browne holds a number of professional certifications, along with a Bachelor of Science in Fire Science Technology and a Master of Business and Leadership. Nick lives in Pleasant Valley with his wife Amanda and four children; Madison, Wyatt, Gracen and Colton.
Clackamas Fire District #1 is the second largest fire district in Oregon, serving over 210,000 people and covering 225 square miles within Clackamas County. Clackamas Fire District #1 is made up of over 300 firefighters, paramedics, staff, and volunteers who deliver emergency response services from 21 strategically located fire stations.
Director of Community Services and Public Safety, City of Happy Valley
Steve Campbell, an Oregon native, began his public service career in 1994 and joined Happy Valley in 2003. He began as the Director of Community Services and Public Safety. Prior to that, Campbell worked for government agencies at the federal, state, county and municipal level. In his role as Director of Public Safety, he manages the Police Services Contract, Code Enforcement/Animal Control, Municipal Court and Emergency Management. In addition to his public safety role, Campbell also serves as the Director of Community Services and the City’s Public Information Officer. He is responsible for the management of public relations, marketing, communications, community events, government awareness education programs, youth council, passport program, and various permit services. He has a longstanding commitment to public service and a passion for good government and the community he serves.
Steve Campbell is the Director of Community Services and Public Safety for the City of Happy Valley. As part of his position he serves as the liaison to the Happy Valley Business Alliance. Steve has worked for the city for 15 years and is dedicated to our community. He is married to his wife Kristin and has two children Savanah and Max.
“I would love to see every business in Happy Valley become a HVBA member. Connecting with other business owners, city staff, and local elected officials has many benefits that will help business owners gain a better understanding of our community and help your business grow.” -Steve Campbell