Named President in 2012, Kristina brings more than 25 years of legislative experience to OFIC. During her career, she’s advocated for water, agricultural and timber issues before the Oregon state legislature, and continues to advocate on behalf of OFIC’s members to promote stewardship and sustainable management on all of Oregon’s forestlands. Kristina graduated from the University of Oregon with a B.S. in Economics and was the principal of a small contract lobby firm prior to coming to OFIC.
Amy represents OFIC and its member companies to state agencies, boards and commissions, and state legislators on public policy and legislation affecting all manner of forest health and protection issues. She has a solid working knowledge of Oregon’s “complete and coordinated” fire program as she has spent numerous years working with local fire agencies in capacities ranging from wildland engine boss, volunteer structural firefighter, and fire industry trade show manager. Amy graduated from Blue Mountain Community College with an A.S. in Agriculture & Animal Science and has also worked extensively within the agricultural and Christmas tree industries.
Sara is OFIC’s communications strategist and resident journalist. She has over ten years of experience in media relations and natural resource communications. Sara graduated with a B.S. in journalism and a minor in biology from the University of Missouri-Columbia and has worked both in agriculture communications and as a professional photographer.