Alicia M. Cash

Training and Research Project Manager

Alicia Cash provides management, logistical, and planning support for virtually every project that CDRI conducts.   She has a wide range of skills relating to communication, project management, promotion, and publishing and is dedicated to helping our clients deliver better value to their customers and better assistance to the communities they serve.

Her professional background includes printing and publishing experience, public and media relations, and project management. Her interest in citizen involvement and community policing grew out of her experience as a concerned resident of an urban Portland neighborhood where neighbors became involved in community policing solutions to their problems. In volunteer service, she is involved in neighborhood organizations and conducts local environmental awareness events.

Her professional background prior to joining Campbell DeLong Resources in the fall of 1997 is summarized below.

 

Prior Professional Background

  • Communications Manager, Livable Oregon, 1997. Responsible for communications and media relations for nonprofit organization concerned with land-use, urban density and economic revitalization issues. Provided concept and development of promotional materials; managed media relations; and participated in producing annual conference.

  • Magazine Production Manager, Reflections Magazine & Directory, 1995 To 1997. Managed and supervised design and production of special interest publication focused on health and livability. Developed improved workflow, tracking and information systems. 

  • Print Services Representative, Minuteman Press of Gresham, Oregon, 1994 To 1995. Provided print management and sales to small business, non-profit organizations and community groups. 

  • Newspaper Advertising Production, Santa Barbara News-Press, 1993 To 1994. Management, design and production of display advertising for daily newspaper. Interdepartmental liaison maintaining schedules, materials and information.

  • Newspaper Production Supervisor, Los Angeles Daily News, 1989 To 1993. Managed production of advertisements for major metropolitan daily newspaper. Operated effectively between departments ensuring schedules on multiple editions. 

  • Graphic Design Services, 1984 To 1989. Provided print management, design and production services for agencies, small businesses and community newspapers.

 

Community Service

Volunteer: Sunnyside Neighborhood Organization & Neighborhood Watch, 1996 to present.

Volunteer: Hawthorne Blvd. Police Contact Office, 1996.

Volunteer: City of Portland Clean Rivers Project, 1997 to present.

 

Education/Background

Marylhurst College, Marylhurst, Oregon. Fine and Graphic Arts. 1983.

Portland Community College, Portland, Oregon. General Studies. 1980.

Born and raised in Portland, Oregon.