Advancing a vision to transform homes and communities, the Enhabit team is a group of seasoned professionals working across public, private and non-profit interests.
Tim Miller’s 28 years in management and executive roles brings broad experience to his work at Enhabit. His leadership background spans high-tech, on-line and manufacturing environments, in general management, sales, marketing, and operations. For the last 13 years, Miller has been focused 100% on sustainability, providing business consulting and interim support to over 30 clean-tech companies, non-profits, and agencies.
Shirley Cyr is an active CPA with over 30 years of professional experience in the financial institution, public accounting, and nonprofit financial management sectors. Before joining Enhabit, Shirley was the Director of Finance and Administration for Loaves & Fishes Centers, Inc., a senior manager with Moss Adams LLP, First Interstate Bank of Oregon in the areas credit review, commercial real estate and asset based lending, and operations.
With over twenty years of corporate management at his back, Scot says he 'converted to sustainabilism.' Since then, he has operated his own green products company, led Market Operations at the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance and directed the Carbon & Sustainability unit at Ecova. Today, as Vice President of Programs at Enhabit, Davidson focuses on the organizations systems, operations and program design to advance new ideas to market for Enhabit and the stakeholders of the region. An avid kiteboarder and outdoor recreationalist, Scot lives in the scenic Columbia Gorge. He holds an undergraduate degree in communications from Washington State University and an MBA from the University of Dallas.
Stephanie Swanson is Vice President of Communications, leading a team responsible for managing the Enhabit brand to enhance diverse customer experience. Enhabit's home renewal services build resilient communities with environmental, economic and equity benefits. Stephanie has worked directly in government, business, and media and collaboratively with non-profit and academic organizations focused on framing sustainable development issues for market and organizational change. She began her career at CNN as an international assignment editor, winning an Emmy for producing coverage of the 1993 US Marine invasion of Somalia.
Megan develops, implements and manages a national Strategic Market Development agenda. Her extensive experience in government gives her unique insight into identifying critical paths to common interests across disciplines of public and private entities. Megan is primarily responsible for developing the critical path to market adoption of high performance buildings and clean distributed resource initiatives by advancing durable and appropriate ecosystems of policy, regulation, and technology.
Eric helps passionate organizations imagine and design better futures. For over twenty years, he has led award-winning research and design innovation programs for clients ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies such as Nike, Patagonia, Philips Healthcare, Intel and Procter & Gamble. More recently he has turned his focus to leading branding and service innovation programs in healthcare for UnitedHealth, ODS (now Moda Health), and OHSU.
Jeremy leads Green For All’s state and local work, which focuses on the development, implementation, and replication of green economic and workforce development models. Over the past five years Jeremy has designed and led Green For All’s Communities of Practice and Business Engagement programs, as well as a number of successful initiatives to expand energy efficiency, create pathways out of poverty, promote clean water, encourage high road employment, and build green infrastructure.
Lisa K. Bates is associate professor at the Toulan School of Urban Studies & Planning of Portland State University. She does research related to housing policy and planning. Her work is particularly focused on social justice issues, including understanding how inequitable outcomes may arise from institutionalized racism in policy design and implementation. Her research also describes how people of color and low-income households make decisions about housing and neighborhoods, given their perceived choices and constraints. As a planner, Dr. Bates engages with space and place as important to the context of decision-making and policy-making, and has conducted research in diverse settings, including Chicago, post-Katrina New Orleans, and Portland.
From 2009 until 2012, Sam Adams was the Mayor of Portland, Oregon. Prior to being elected Mayor, Sam served a four-year term as City Commissioner and 11 years as Chief of Staff to Portland Mayor Vera Katz. His earlier public service includes work as the Political Director of the Oregon House Democrats and as an aide to Oregon Congressmen Peter DeFazio. Sam’s extensive non-profit service includes All Hands Raised (Co-founder) and Greater Portland, Inc. (Co-founder) among many others. He grew up in Newport, Oregon.
Aaron has been a lending officer, senior manager and executive in real estate construction, development and finance since 1994. He is a third generation lender and entrepreneur and has a deep understanding of residential and commercial finance, residential construction, and energy efficiency. Aaron holds an Executive MBA from the University of Washington and an undergraduate degree in Anthropology from Western Washington University.