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After serving for 11 years as the Executive Director of Our House of Portland, Wayne Miya retired in the Spring of 2016. He has been involved in many Portland non-profits including serving as Board Chair for Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, Our House of Portland, and Unity, Inc. and a former Board member of Mental Health Partner, among others.
Wayne is a former Commissioner of Portland Housing Advisory Commission and in his previous life worked at Pacificorp, retiring after 30 years of service.
Founded more than 40 years ago, Genentech is a leading biotechnology company that discovers, develops, manufactures and commercializes medicines to treat patients with serious or life-threatening medical conditions. The company, a member of the Roche Group, has headquarters in South San Francisco, California and has a manufacturing facility in Hillsboro, Oregon.
The company has consistently been recognized as a top employer by such publications as FORTUNE, Science and Working Mother. In January 2013, FORTUNE named Genentech to its list of the "100 Best Companies to Work For" in the United States for the 15th consecutive year.Genentech is a proud partner with CAP to help eliminate the stigma surrounding HIV and AIDS in our local community.
Morel Ink • Bill Dickey
Bill Dickey, owner of Morel Ink, continuously shows a strong commitment to CAP and is CAP’s primary printing company. Having managed and owned several local businesses, Bill retired from the restaurant business and began to work in the printing industry in 1995. After learning the business from the ground up, Bill founded Morel Ink in 1998 and quickly became the “go to” printer for democratic politics and many non-profits, including Basic Rights Oregon, Q Center, City Club of Portland, CAP and many, many more. Morel Ink is an environmentally conscious printer with over 40 employees and Bill has a firm belief that supporting your community is good for everybody and good for business. Bill Dickey is one of the leading philanthropists in our community and recently gave the first major gift to CAP’s new venture, the LGBTQ health center.