Leadership and Governance

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Board of Directors

Jonathan Radmacher

CCC Board Chair
McEwen Gisvold

Elisabeth Zeller

CCC Board Vice Chair
Samsung Federal

Rilla Delorier

Secretary/Treasurer
Finance

Isaac Dixon

Vista HR Consulting

Rico Bocala

USI Northwest

Matt Harrington

PNC Real Estate

Katrina McPherson, MD, MPH

Oregon Health and Science University

Carrie Smith

Health Care Executive and Consultant

Dave Swartley

U.S. Bank

Eric Friedenwald-Fishman

Metropolitan Group

Mamie Gathard

Consumer Advocate

Fernando Peña

NW Instituto Latino

Caresse Sakagawa

Providence Health Plan

Dean Gisvold

Board Member Emeritus

Larry Naito

Board Member Emeritus

Linda Girard

Board Member Emeritus

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Executive Leadership Team

 

Andy Mendenhall, M.D., D.A.B.P.M., D.A.B.F.M., F.A.S.A.M.
President and CEO

As President and CEO, Dr. Andy Mendenhall oversees all aspects of CCC.

Andy joined CCC in 2017 as Senior Medical Director for Substance Use Disorder Services (SUDS) and became Chief Medical Officer (CMO) in 2018. During his tenure, Andy has elevated and diversified CCC’s service level to offer a broad array of evidence-based practices to match client needs. As CMO, Andy brought oversight and responsibility for the agency’s medical and clinical services, provided leadership to staff, helped set the agency’s strategic direction, promoted ethical and quality care and led CCC through the COVID-19 pandemic. He became President and CEO in July 2022.

Andy is Board Certified in Addiction Medicine and Family Medicine. He graduated from the University of Portland and trained as a medical student and resident family physician at OHSU. He worked at Providence Health Systems and CleanSlate Centers, and co-founded an outpatient integrated treatment program called HealthWorks NW, which was acquired by Hazelden Betty Ford in 2012. Andy’s heart has always been anchored in service work to the most vulnerable and simultaneously resilient members of the Portland metropolitan region.

Andy’s favorite part of his role at CCC is supporting leaders to center, evolve and scale our services to best support the needs of the clients.

 

Sean Hubert
Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer

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Sean Hubert joined CCC in 2007 after a decade managing affordable housing communities in Oregon and Washington. Sean has overseen over $340 million in real estate development at CCC including 1,650 units of housing created or preserved and over 150,000 square feet of clinic and service space. As Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer, he is responsible for collaboratively developing, communicating, executing and sustaining CCC’s strategic initiatives. He also supports CCC’s communication, policy and advocacy work to improve overall systems alignment for comprehensive and effective housing, health, recovery and employment approaches.

CCC’s real estate portfolio consists of approximately 2,115 units of affordable housing and several clinical, commercial, and administrative facilities. CCC’s housing and services team serves about 3,500 people each year who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and provides a diverse range of supportive housing programs including those helping people in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction, homeless veterans, re-entry programs for people exiting the criminal justice system and housing integrated with health care programming.

Sean is active in a number of community and industry efforts. He has served as a board member of Housing Oregon (formerly Oregon Opportunity Network) and the Oregon Facility Authority, and has been an advisory member to several local and statewide initiatives. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Communications from Shippensburg University and is a licensed property manager in Oregon.

 

Peter Beyer, M.B.A., C.P.A.
Chief Financial Officer

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Peter joined CCC in 2021 and brings extensive business experience including government and nonprofit management. Since 2013, Peter served as the CFO for Home Forward, the largest provider of affordable housing in Oregon. In 2020, Peter was recognized as a CFO of the Year Honoree by the Portland Business Journal. Though he has wide experience in a range of strategic and financial functions for multiple industries, the bulk of his career has been in the service sector. Prior to working at Home Forward, Peter was Controller for Thresholds, Illinois’ largest non-profit mental health provider. 

Peter is the Board President of Janus Youth Programs and Treasurer of Housing with Services LLC. He holds an Master of Business Administration from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy from DePaul University and passed the Illinois CPA exam. He is also an adjunct professor at Portland State University’s School of Business and a member of the Oregon CPA society. 

Peter is a big believer in combining employment, healthcare, and housing resources to improve lives. He is motivated to help CCC maintain a strong financial position in support of that cause. 

 

Oscar Cardona
Chief People Officer

Oscar CardonaOscar Cardona joined CCC in 2019 as Chief People Officer. He heads CCC’s human resources department.

Before joining CCC, Oscar was the chief human resources officer at Holiday Retirement, the largest independent living company in the country for older adults.

Oscar has held executive-level positions at Nike as head of human resources for its US, European, Middle Eastern and African businesses. Oscar’s Puerto Rican heritage, his family upbringing, and his professional experience and volunteer work have given him a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing people in diverse organizations.

Oscar has been involved with several nonprofits, including Aspira, United Way, Lines for Life, Junior Achievement, Tualatin Valley Youth Football and Beloit College. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Government from Beloit College, and his Juris Doctor from McGeorge College of Law.

 

David Chen, J.D.
General Counsel

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David Chen joined CCC as General Counsel in 2021. 

David began his legal career in civil litigation representing employees and citizens in employment discrimination and police misconduct claims. After moving into a role as corporate counsel for an international not-for-profit organization, David designed and implemented the organization’s compliance and ethics program, which covered more than 2,000 employees across 27 countries. 

David’s work has spanned health care, education, technology and data analytics. He also teaches in the Masters of Legal Studies program at Seattle University School of Law, specializing in courses related to compliance, risk management, and organizational investigations. He is passionate about social justice and serves on several nonprofit boards. He volunteers his time with several free and low-barrier legal clinics and serves as pro-bono counsel to several nonprofits. He received his Juris Doctor from Seattle University School of Law. 

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