Greg Gulliford – Board Chair
Past Experience – Business Development Representative – Columbia Credit Union, Business Credit Analyst – Columbia Credit Union, Educator – Vancouver School District
Greg is happily married to Carol and the father of three great kids
I am on the Board of Aware because I care deeply about the youth of our community and country. I believe that children today are not prepared for the ramifications of behaviors that are prevalent within their culture. AWARE educates and encourages teens to make choices for today that will positively influence their future life and family. AWARE provides training that encourages healthy behaviors and empowers teens to make personal decisions that protect their lives in numerous ways.
Bryan Kelly – Board Member since 2010 – Married to Traci Kelly and living in Vancouver Washington with our two children Justin and Jennifer. Our family has attended Summit View Church for over 14 years. I have been a member of the Vancouver community for over 20 years. I was head coach of the VUSA United 94’s for 6 years and was on the board at Cascade Little League. Business specialties include operations, inventory management, purchasing and production control. I am currently the Operations Manager for the Portland Branch of Patterson Dental. I joined the AWARE board because I believe that young people today need to hear that there are healthy alternatives for their relationships.
Tim Reddington – Board Member since 2010 – brings over twenty years of business management, administration and finance experience for organizations both large and small.
Tim has experience in business and management consulting, financial and management auditing and project feasibility studies & project management both domestically and abroad. Tim has been privileged to travel and visit over 55 countries. He has lived in seven different countries on four continents. Consequently, Tim has a wide range of experience and a diverse background.
As president of Quality Associations Inc., Tim has done business consulting, business coaching, and project management since 1993. He has specialized in business plan development, budget & finance projects, & turnaround management. Tim owns and manages seven properties in three states. Tim served as Business Manager for an international school in Taiwan and was led the day to day operations to start-up a new international school in Hong Kong. Tim was the finance and administrative lead in a rural Oregon County (Klamath County – Fiscal Services Manager). His budget team won an international award for Distinguished Budget Presentation. He champions projects that add revenue or decrease expenses and have a short payback period. He proved the Venture Capital project concept effective in local governments and schools — as well as in business. Tim’s venture capital projects have netted over $2.5 million. He has led seminars for other finance officers on Benchmarking, Performance Measures & Venture Capital programs. He has led strategic planning focus groups in the USA, Taiwan, Hong Kong, & most recently in Uganda, Africa. Currently, Tim is Chief Financial Officer for Bell Foods International. He chaired the initial major donors committee efforts.
Dan Moynihan, MD is a Board Certified Family Medicine doctor who has lived and worked in Clark County since 1992.
He graduated from the University of California cum laude with a double major in Chemistry and Biology. He worked as a research chemist and high school math/ science teacher before getting his MD degree from the California College of Medicine, U.C.Irvine. After Family Medicine residency training in Ventura, he was recruited to the Northwest where he worked 2 years with Mount Hood Medical Center in Sandy, OR before coming to Vancouver.
He and his wife, Priscilla, have been married 23 years and have 2 delightful children, Patrick and Lydia. The whole family volunteers in various capacities with AWARE.
I see the pain that people experience from poor sexual choices and want to do what I can to help spread AWARE’s message of hope and health to next generation.