Board Bios

Guillermo Sandoval
Board Chair
Banner Bank
Community Development Officer/ Vice President

Guillermo SandovalMr. Sandoval has many years working as Community Development Officer/Vice President for Banner Bank responsible for the HMDA/CRA repository and regulatory compliance for a $2.7 billion portfolio. He has managed the Federal Home Loan Bank down payment assistance and affordable housing programs; monitored changes to CRA regulations that impact Lending, Service and Investment tests; assisted the Internal Training department to develop HMDA and CRA training modules for general bank training. He has served on the Kennewick Housing Authority Commissioner (Jan. 02-Sept. 02); Homestead Community Financing Board Member (Jan. 02 to Present); and the Washington Community Reinvestment Association (WCRA)-(Jan. 05-Present). He is a native of Walla-Walla and has recently relocated to Portland with his family.

Megdy Khoury
Board Treasurer
Wells Fargo Bank
Relationship Manager, Community Lending and Investments

Megdy Megdy works to develop and maintain profitable credit relationships with a portfolio of leading affordable housing developers in the Northwest Region for Wells Fargo. Prior to joining Community Lending & Investments, Megdy was a Business Relationship Manager with Wells Fargo’s Business Banking Group in the Oregon Region.

Megdy currently serves on the board of Hacienda of Oregon, is a member of Wells Fargo’s Diversity Council, and is a volunteer mentor with Minds Matter. He has also served on the boards of Willamette Academy and Sky-Ball.

He is a graduate of Willamette University located in Salem, Oregon and an MBA Candidate at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.

Angela Martin
Board Secretary
Economic Fairness Oregon
Executive Director

AngelaMartinAngela Martin is the director of the Economic Fairness Coalition of Our Oregon. Our Oregon is a statewide progressive nonprofit working for tax and economic fairness. In 2007, Our Oregon and the Economic Fairness Coalition led the successful effort to end 500 percent interest payday loans. In 2009, legislative victories included passage of a pre-foreclosure loan modification law, and new protections to guard against debt settlement and debt collection abuses.  Prior to working with Our Oregon, Angela was part of Oregon Food Bank’s public policy team, providing research and analysis on state and federal policy issues affecting low-income Oregonians. Angela’s professional career in policy research and legislative advocacy is supplemented with years of political organizing experience gained on state and local electoral campaigns in Arizona, Texas, Ohio and Oregon.  Angela currently serves on the board of Oregon Center for Public Policy. Prior board experience includes 2 years as a board member of SAFES, an organization for crime survivors advocating for progressive criminal justice reform.  After moving to Portland in 1994, Angela settled in NE Portland where she has lived since 1999. Her free time is spent training for the next marathon, 6 completed thus far, or backpacking; the Wallowa Mountains and Hells Canyon top the list of most beautiful and remote backcountry trips in Oregon.

Joseph Portillo
Umpqua Bank
Loan Officer

josephportillo Joe has been an active member of the banking community for several years, as well as held several positions working closely with Latino populations. In 2004, he served as an interpreter for Passport to Languages (Portland, OR) interpreting for Hispanic patients and doctors, as well as helping patients fill out medical paperwork and schedule future appointments. In 2005, Joe was the Latin American Representative for Shindaiwa Inc. (Portland, OR) responsible for training, sales and technical support for distributors in the Latin American territories. In 2006, Joe entered the banking community as a Loan Officer for Pacific NW Mortgage where he counseled clients through the process of homeownership and improving their credit history. Joe currently serves as a Loan Officer for Umpqua Bank where he works with non-profits to educate first time homebuyers about home buying programs and help them to achieve their financial goals.

Ana Alvarado
Alvarado's Event Planning

AnaAlvarado_crop Ana is a former Hacienda CDC resident, and a former employee of Hacienda CDC, who possesses a deep commitment to the resident community, an understanding of the day-to-day needs of the organization and its staff. She has participated in or led many activities, including the Villa de Clara Vista Folklorico Dancers and the Back to School Fair, and is a current employee of El Hispanic News.

José Ibarra
Multnomah County, Developmental Disabilities Services Division

J_IbarraJosé, an experienced civic-relations professional with strong community relations and business management expertise, spent six years as a bank executive in Woodburn and Salem. As a civic leader, he has always worked to engage communities in public decision making processes, particularly in projects with potential to affect its citizens. At the pleasure of the Governor, he has served on the Oregon Commission on Hispanic Affairs since 2002, and was elected Chair last year. José provides leadership for the Commission and oversees its efforts in community relations and civic engagement opportunities. His selfless efforts, integrity and commitment to help people of every background and persuasion win him praise from community and business groups throughout Oregon. Currently José serves as Chair of the United States Council on Latino Affairs. Most recently he founded Ibarra Consulting, a community and public engagement firm.