Mia Reiko Braverman is part of the development team at The Right Brain Initiative (a program of the Regional Arts & Culture Council) as well as an installation and paper arts artist.
Pepe Moscoso is a Portland-based visual artist, creative consultant, arts producer and lawyer. He coordinates Lente Movil, a multimedia art projects that brings together education, inclusion, personal narrative, the exploration of identity, diversity and storytelling in a variety of forms.
Brenda Mallory is a visual artist and 2015 GLEAN artist. She has received grants from the Oregon Arts Commission, Ford Family Foundation, and the Regional Arts & Culture Council. She is a recipient the Eiteljorg Contemporary Native Art Fellowship and the Native Arts and Culture Foundation Fellowship in Visual Art. She lives in Portland Oregon but grew up in Oklahoma and is a member of the Cherokee Nation.
Christine Clark is a Metals Professor at the Oregon College of Art and Craft. She holds a MFA in Metals, Rochester Institute of Technology; BFA in Metals/Jewelry, University of Washington. Her work examines subjects such as human habit and predisposition. She is active in creating public art and has projects in Washington State and in Oregon.
Owen Premore serves as the directing curator of Oregon State University’s Art About Agriculture Program, an advisor on the Clackamas County Arts Alliance Advisory Council, and a member of the Clackamas County Public Art Steering Committee. His nonprofit, Art in Oregon, supports and empowers creative makers of all skill levels and backgrounds. He was a 2013 GLEAN artist-in-residence.
Deborah Munk is the manager of the Artist in Residence Program at Recology. She was instrumental in bringing the GLEAN program to Portland in 2010.
Christine Lewis is a Metro Councilor, representing District 2.
Elise Guidoux serves on the board of environmental arts nonprofit crackedpots, a GLEAN partner. She has a degree in fine arts and is passionate about reuse, recycling and scavenging.
Leslie Vigeant is the GLEAN Program Manager, and was in the inaugural round of GLEAN artists in 2011.