The Street Trust ® is a non-profit membership organization working to promote and improve public transit, walking and bicycling conditions in Oregon. Since 1990, The Street Trust has worked in partnership with citizens, businesses, community groups, government agencies, and elected officials to create communities where people can meet their daily transportation needs through active transportation.

Our Mission

We advocate for healthy and thriving communities where it is safe and easy for people to bike, walk and ride public transit.

Our Vision

We envision a region where all those who call our community home embrace walking, biking and riding transit.

Our Racial Equity Policy Statement

We envision a community where everyone from all racial backgrounds has access to safe, healthy, and affordable transportation options in the neighborhoods where they live, work, learn, pray, and play. We want all residents to equally share in the prosperity created by investments in active transportation regardless of race, income, and socioeconomic status.

Read our full racial equity policy statement here.

The Team

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Jillian DetweilerExecutive Director
(503) 226-0676 x15 | [email protected]
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Romain BonillaCommunications Director
(503) 226-0676 x20 | [email protected]
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Elizabeth CabralCommunity Relations Director
(503) 226-0676 x25 |
[email protected]
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Rachel CameronBike Moves Maintenance Coordinator
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Mike ClarkBicycle Safety Instructor
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Emily EstradaPrograms Assistant
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William FrancisBicycle Safety Instructor
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Brittani GarnerPrograms and Events Director
(503) 226-0676 x27 | [email protected]
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Jay GilbertWashington County Advocate, Encore Fellow
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Sheilagh GriffinEducation Director
(503) 226-0676 x13 | [email protected]
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Tracie HoulihanBilingual Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety Instructor
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Lindsay HuberEducation Program Manager
(503) 226-0676 x29 | [email protected]
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Alexa JakusovszkyMembership and Communications Manager
(503) 226-0676 x14 | [email protected]
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Gerik KranskyPolicy Director
(503) 226-0676 x11 | [email protected]
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Harrison LayerBike Safety Instructor
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Tia SherryDevelopment Director
(503) 226-0676 x12 | [email protected]
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Greg SutliffDirector of Finance & Operations
(503) 226-0676 x10 | [email protected]
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Kye WeberDevelopment Assistant
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Justin Yuen (Board Chair), Leslie Carlson, Anthony Carlton, David Forman, Jude Gerace, Diane Goodwin, Hau Hagedorn, Dwayne King, Peter Koonce, Ben McKinley, Randy Miller, Jocelyn Orr, Phil Richman, Dave Roth, Kimberlee Stafford, Drusilla van Hengel, Dr. A.J. Zelada


Annual Reports

990’s are available upon request. Please email us at [email protected].

  • 2017 Annual Report
  • 2016 Audit
  • 2015 Audit
  • 2014 Audit
  • 2013 Audit
  • 2012 Audit
  • 2011 Audit
  • 2010 Audit
  • Bylaws
  • Strategic Plan


    Media Kit


    Press Releases


    We’d love to hear from you! Please select from the options below:

    For individual membership inquiries, please email [email protected]

    For business membership inquiries, please email [email protected]

    For volunteer inquiries, please email [email protected]

    For media inquiries, please email [email protected]

    For all other inquiries, please email [email protected]

    The Street Trust is a 501(c)3 non-profit (tax ID #93-1057956).

    Financial statements are available upon request.