Greater Oregon HERC

Established in 2012, the Greater Oregon HERC (GO HERC) is a collaborative response of member institutions to the many challenges of academic recruitment and retention, with a particular focus on diversity and dual-career partners. GO HERC currently includes members across Oregon and southern Washington.  The Greater Oregon HERC is a non-profit organization composed of a diverse group of colleges and universities as well as research, medical, and cultural institutions. Member representatives include faculty, staff, human resources professionals, institutional leaders, and faculty relations experts. Oregon Health and Science is the lead institution of the GO HERC.

Contact Greater Oregon HERC

Jenny Lee Berry
Regional Director

Membership Information 

To lean more about HERC membership, click here.

Regional Governance

GO HERC Advisory Board is a self-governing consortium, with each member institution playing a role in making decisions and shaping its collective future.

The Greater Oregon HERC Advisory Board  is comprised of 9 to 15 members selected from participant institution representatives. The Advisory Board is responsible for guiding GO HERC’s mission, making decisions to implement strategies, and providing guidance on organizational practices and objectives.

2017-19 Advisory Board Members

  • Isaac Dixon, Associate Vice President of Human Resources, Portland State University (Board  Chair)
  • Susan Capalbo, Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Oregon State University
  • Nancy Nieraeth, Director, Talent Acquisition, University of Oregon
  • Linda Flemenco, Assistant Director, Human Resources, Willamette University
  • Michele Quint, Assistant Director, Human Resources, Pacific University
  • David Robinson, Executive Vice Provost, Oregon Health & Science University

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