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    Tina Irvine

    After nearly a decade of owning and operating a highly success business, Tina Irvine is ready to put her experience to work for the residents of Clackamas County as its next commissioner.

    Growing up in dual residences, one being rural and the other being urban; she has an appreciation for the diversity each lived experience brings to a community.  Being primarily raised by a military & police officer father helped give Tina a strong sense of self-sufficiency, responsibility, and a deeply rooted belief in service above self.

    In high school, she was voted vice president of her class and was active in Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA), a program where students learn business concepts in preparation for college and careers. Tina put herself through college by working as a receptionist at an engineering firm before spending four years at a financial investment firm in the heart of Seattle. She worked long days and studied at night towards earning her AA degree from Bellevue College which then launched her into a long career in human resources.

    Tina advanced from being an administrative assistant, to marketing and events manager to a direct placement specialist, staffing consultant, managing partner, branch manager all the way up to being the Owner and Managing Partner of one of the nation’s top staffing franchises in the nation, Express Employment Professionals.

    Throughout her 20-year career in Clackamas County, she strived to help businesses of all sizes grow their operations by matching them with quality workers who were empowered to reach their full potential.

    Tina has also served as a volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, is a proud Rotarian, has served on the board of Children’s Center, acted as chair, secretary, and treasurer for the Clackamas Workforce Partnership, and currently serves on the board at Bob’s Red Mill.

    She’s running for Position 4 on the Board of County Commissioners with the aim of improving prosperity and the livability of Clackamas County.