Welcome to our newest team member – Emily Stratman
We are very excited to welcome the newest member of the Multnomah Athletic Foundation! Emily Stratman is originally from Arcata California and moved to Portland after working in NYC for a boutique event production company. As a recent graduate from North Carolina School of the Arts with a BFA in Stage Management she is excited to be a part of the MAF Team and to dive into the nonprofit sector.
Emily is new to intramural team sports, having just started on a Dragon Boat team in March of 2019. However growing up she enjoyed playing Ultimate Frisbee and going to minor league baseball games with her father.
Welcome to the MAF Team!
Thank you! Together we raised over $204,000!
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